American manufacturer of heavy construction equipment founded by R. California as a contractor of earthmoving . LeTourneau founded his company R. The Inventions and Machines of R. All have remained faithful to R. Each Log Stacker uses electric-traction-wheel motor systems and rack-and- pinion gear drive for the rack mechanism that also controls the angle of the main front fork .
Riding on the rear of the machine , the operator controls all scraper movements through hand levers. Power for the scraper motions is taken from the wheels via a chain drive. He then went on to design and build his own machines. Before WWII, they supplied attachments for Caterpillar machines , but then started to compete building their own designs. They were a pioneer of Diesel-electric drive chains for large machinery.
It was used for land clearing job in Dare Country, North Carolina. With its 205-hp (898-kW) engine and a standard 25-cubic-yard (1-cubic-metre) bucket, this machine is the first of a new platform . One man who is often overshadowed by the giant American earthmoving machinery manufacturers is R.
In this this post we take a brief look into the man and his machinery. Has anyone ever overfilled a washing machine with soap to the point where it bubbled over into the room like in the movies? I always grew up thinking a little too much soap was gonna bubble bath my whole basement.
The immense tires were able to move over large boulders without straining the engine or damaging the equipment. Operating Lift Capacity. Lift Height (Highest of any comparable machines ). Optional equipment may be shown in photo.
Photo is for illustration only. Sun Machinery Company sells Remanufactured and Rebuilt Letourneau machines and parts. The pictured rebuilt Letourneau is currently for sale.
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