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Allen Engineering expands wheel buggy product line

The new AW16 & AW21 buggies both feature electric start and gasoline engines

The new AW16
The new AW16

Allen Engineering has released the AW16, a wheel buggy that comes with electric start or recoil start options and allows the operator to place materials with precision.

New to the Allen lineup, the AW16 is equipped with a large 16 cubic foot bucket that allows the operator to transport a payload of 2,500 pounds.

AW16 standard features include:
• 14hp Kohler CH440 gasoline engine
• Travels speeds up to 7 mph for greater job site efficiency
• Foam filled tires
• Solid 2" thick steel frame

The AW21

Similarly, the newly introduced AW21 wheel buggy also features an electric start and is equipped with a large 21 cubic foot bucket that allows the operator to transport a payload of 3,200 pounds.

AW21 standard features include:
• 20.5hp Kohler CH640 gasoline engine
• Travels speeds up to 5.9 mph for greater job site efficiency
• Foam filled tires
• Solid 2" thick steel frame
• Forklift pockets for easy transportation

Company info

819 South Fifth St.
Paragould, AR
US, 72450

Website:
alleneng.com

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