Mechanics truck and crane

Garner, Iowa, April 6, 2011—Iowa Mold Tooling Co. Inc. (IMT), an Oshkosh Corporation company (NYSE:OSK), introduced the new Dominator III mechanics truck and 12000 crane at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2011, March 22 – 26 in Las Vegas.

The Dominator III model fills a niche in the Dominator family of mechanics trucks. Featuring a 13-foot body with various side-pack configurations and a crane capacity of 12,000 pounds, the Dominator III mechanics truck is designed for customers who need more capacity than the Dominator II vehicle’s 10,000-pound maximum but do not require the 14,000-pound capacity of the Dominator IV truck.

“We listened intently to the needs of our customers and responded by developing the Dominator III mechanics truck,” said Steve Fairbanks, IMT president. “The new truck delivers traditional Dominator performance and durability — in a vehicle package with size, capacity and cost that are better suited for those intermediate applications.”

The Dominator III body has been specifically designed to support the IMT 12000, one of six new IMT telescopic cranes. Like all of the new IMT cranes, the 12000 features up to 30 feet of reach and a patent-pending Penta Boom design. With a flat top that eliminates stress concentrations inherent with certain boom designs and a half hex that controls tracking at long reaches, the innovative five-sided boom offers premium strength and durability.

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