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Built on the same frame as the MB TX 2500 tracked mud buggy, the new swivel mud buggy features a redesigned tub that enables it to swivel 180 degrees, allowing users to dump materials anywhere between the 180-degree angle.
For enhanced durability, the buggy also offers a thicker 3/8-inch polyethylene tub material. With the increased thickness of the tub, users can tackle jobs regardless of the material being transported, including sand, rock, mulch or even cement. The swivel switch travels with the right-hand control handle, allowing operators to safely and efficiently operate the machine while simultaneously swiveling the tub.
The swivel mud buggy can carry up to 2,500 lbs. (16 cu. ft.) of material, and can reach transport speeds of up to 6 mph in forward and 3 mph in reverse to efficiently transport material around the jobsite. In terms of durability, the rugged Endless Kevlar reinforced tracks are built for high performance and offer traction for a wide range of terrain, including hillsides, culverts and ditches. The unit also performs well in various challenging conditions such as mud, gravel and snow.
The unit also features an auto-return dump feature that eliminates the need for the operator to wait for the tub to return to the traveling position, increasing overall productivity. The model weighs approximately 1,575 lbs. and features a 16 ft3 tub volume. The swivel mud buggy will be available in Fall 2020 through.
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