2001 Hain 450K Drill Head


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Production Date: 2001 Manufacturer: Hain Product Model: 450K Serial Numbers: 4001221 Total Weight of Product: Main and Sub: 39,750lbs / Ground Assembly: 6,500lbs Performance Specifications: Cummins M11 300HP Engine, 6 Speed Electronic Transmission w/ 16in Torque Convertor Additional Components/Attachments: Forced Lube Hypoid Gear Set •6.63:1 Ratio Spun Dear Drive •985ft - lbs of Torque at 1050rpm •7 square inch Inner Bar, 18 square inch Outer Bar Condition This unit is in good and running condition. The unit mounts to a Min 140 Ton Crane. Buyers interested in inspecting the item should contact us. The Seller will load the unit at no additional charge for either loading onto a truck or top loading into a container. A large forklift is also available on site for load-out. Buyer is responsible for all labor, equipment, logistics and associated fees to remove the unit. Location requires at least a 24-hour notice prior to removal. This listing is sold AS IS WHERE IS with all faults and no warranties expressed or implied.

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