Literature describes Crown RC 3000 Series

Jan. 1, 2002
Product literature and specification sheets featuring the RC 3000 Series stand-up counterbalanced riders are available from Crown Equipment Corp. A 10-page

Product literature and specification sheets featuring the RC 3000 Series stand-up counterbalanced riders are available from Crown Equipment Corp.

A 10-page color brochure details the truck's traditional features like the multi-function control handle and the side-stance operator position. The literature also shows the truck's contoured operator compartment, complete with arm and backrest padding for additional operator comfort. The literature details the truck's suspended floorboard and brake pedal designs. Dual front-wheel-drive units, which function independently for extra traction and power, are also shown in the literature.

With lifting heights of more than 22 feet, the RC 3000 Series has lifting capacities to 4,000 pounds. To obtain information, contact Crown, New Bremen OH 45869.

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