Tracked swivel dump buggy allows precise material placement

The AT14S from Allen is a swivel dump buggy that allows operator to place materials with precision.

The AT14S is the newest buggy in the Allen lineup. It comes equipped with a rugged track drive that will allow it to operate in conditions that wheel barrows and wheel buggies simply cannot. It is also equipped with a swivel buggy that allows the operator to turn the bucket 90º in either direction from center to provide maximum precision while placing materials.

AT14S standard features include:
  • 20 hp Honda GX630 Gasoline Engine
  • Travels speeds up to 6 mph for greater job site efficiency
  • Steel bucket for maximum durability
  • 33” Width allows the buggy to fit through tight areas
  • Engine cover folds back to provide convenient acces to engine, gas tank, battery and filters

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