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Dejana Hub Drive Cable Trailer

Featuring a drive system capable of delivering up to 400,000 in./lbs. of pulling power, the Hub Drive Cable Trailer is now available from Dejana Truck and Utility Equipment. With a reel that can be used for pulling and placing of cable for underground and overhead applications, main features of the new unit include directly connected hydraulic cylinders without toggle linkages, a reel unit with 34 inches of lateral movement and an over-wound winch with built-in slack tension rollers. Trailer specifications include a 34,000-pound GVWR on a tubular frame assembly, a heavy-duty steel platform and a walk-up step. Other features include a self-propelled hydraulically driven and steerable nose wheel, automatic braking in self-propel mode with air brakes and full ABS, and a hydraulically raised and lowered trailer tongue. The Hub Drive on the new Dejana unit has a lift arm capacity of 16,000 pounds and an all-hydraulic driving motor producing 200,000 in./lbs. of torque at 10 rpm. An optional second drive motor will produce 400,000 in./lbs. of torque. The Hub Drive Cable Trailer’s pulling unit is powered by a 100-HP John Deere diesel engine. Two full-function radio remote controls are provided with each unit.

Kate Wade

Kate Wade is the managing editor of Utility Fleet Professional and Incident Prevention magazines. She has been employed by Utility Business Media Inc. since 2008.