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Top 100: Straight Fuel, Less Noise

A line of three Mikasa rammers from Multiquip are powered by four-stroke-cycle engines—the MT-55F and MT-74F by Robin engines, and the MT-65H by the Honda GX-100. These engines eliminate the oil-and-gas mixing required for two-cycle models, says Multiquip, plus they provide lower exhaust emissions, improved fuel efficiency, lower sound levels and easier transport.

December 01, 2002

Multiquip Mikasa rammerA line of three Mikasa rammers from Multiquip are powered by four-stroke-cycle engines—the MT-55F and MT-74F by Robin engines, and the MT-65H by the Honda GX-100. These engines eliminate the oil-and-gas mixing required for two-cycle models, says Multiquip, plus they provide lower exhaust emissions, improved fuel efficiency, lower sound levels and easier transport. Maximum impact force for the new models is 2,250, 2,900 and 3,100 pounds, respectively. Estimated price (for the MT-65H, the largest seller): $3,750.

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