IVECO`s quarry and construction vehicle redefines the meaning of impossible and enables you to work on impenetrable, broken terrain and tackle constant challenges with extraordinary performance.
The structure of Trakker is designed for extreme conditions: it consists of double-bottleneck, U-section rails in special steel, and frames available in 2 thicknesses.
The New Trakker offers various types of suspension, including mechanical suspension with parabolic or semi-elliptical leaf springs. For enhanced comfort and optimum stability, there are also models with air suspension with four bellows and ECAS (Electronically Controlled Air Suspension). ECAS is a system which ensures the utmost driver comfort and constant chassis geometry regardless of speed, load and road type. It also acts on the braking pressure, which is delivered in proportion to the load on the axles.
The manual gearboxes on the New Trakker are 16-speed ZF units.
They are perfectly tailored to the mission of the vehicle, and offer high levels of reliability, low maintenance costs and increased efficiency and productivity. They are also exceptionally easy to use, thanks to the double H layout.
The 16-speed mechanical gearbox is equipped with a servo-shift system for increased driver comfort and quick, precise gear changes. The pneumatic servo system reduces driver effort during gear changes by 50%, and gear lever travel has been reduced by 40%.
As well as conventional manual gearboxes, the New Trakker offers all the technological excellence of the EuroTronic automated gearbox with steering-wheel-mounted gear lever.
This offers a host of benefits, including a 60kg weight reduction compared with the manual gearbox, more compact dimensions and a smaller number of pneumatic and electrical connections.
The absence of synchronisers makes gear changes quicker and more secure: the system prevents incorrect gear selection.