Truck line expanded for light duty maintenance applications

Iowa Mold Tooling’s Dominator CS midsize trucks offers strength and durability.

Garner, Iowa, November 15, 2010—Iowa Mold Tooling Co. Inc. (IMT), an Oshkosh Corp. company (NYSE:OSK), introduces the new Dominator CS, a lighter, midsize addition to the Dominator family of mechanics trucks. The Dominator CS offers the strength and durability of the IMT Dominator mechanics truck in a non-crane mechanics body.

“We have added the new Dominator CS to our lineup of mechanics trucks to provide our customers with greater operational flexibility to meet their diverse service needs,” said Steve Fairbanks, IMT president. “Now customers have a service truck engineered especially for equipment maintenance applications that don’t require lift and reach capabilities.”

The Dominator CS has an 11-foot non-crane body and is available with standard 52-inch right- and left-hand side packs or an optional 60-inch right front raised side pack. The unit features a combined right front side pack compartment that provides greater flexibility to store oxy acetylene tanks and divider shelves or configure lube system reels. These new service trucks fill a need for customers who don’t require a full-sized mechanics truck with a crane.

Another feature of the Dominator CS is an optional, fully integrated hydraulic loadgate that makes handling and loading heavy payloads easier. The hydraulic loadgate can be outfitted with a basic platform or a tire stop and side gate for convenient handling of tires. Additional options available on the new Dominator CS include:
• Drawers and drawer sets
• Retractable mount for workbench vises and vise plates
• Manual outriggers
• Work lights
• Air systems

Ideal for small to midsize equipment maintenance applications, the Dominator CS mechanics truck can be outfitted with an optional telescopic crane rated for a maximum of 10,000 ft-lb (1.4 tm). The truck can utilize IMT telescopic cranes up to the 1015 model, as well as other cranes from the IMT line of electric telescopic cranes with lifting capacities from 2,000 pounds to 4,000 pounds. Operators can use the cranes to perform equipment maintenance tasks in the field such as replacing or repairing hydraulic cylinders, track components, scraper blades, hydraulic pumps, engines and transmissions, just to name a few.

These mechanics trucks also offer such customer benefits as improved tools and parts access, a patented inverted A-frame floor structure that reduces vehicle weight, three-point door latches that require less force to operate, drip edges over compartment doors, an integrated shelf hanger bracket system, side packs with greater storage and improved visibility of rear LED taillights.

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