Forward-weight design in wreckers is not a new concept, but it is one that really matters in a wrecker, especially when towing.  In order to maximize a wrecker’s towing ability, the wrecker must maintain as much front axle weight as possible to counter the added weight of the casualty on the underlift at the rear. …

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Winching power during a tough recovery makes all the difference.   Whether looking at the Century® 3212, Vulcan® V-30, or Chevron™ 1016 medium-duty integrated wreckers, one performance factor that makes them all stand out is their superior winching ability.  Each unit comes equipped from the factory with dual 15,000 lb.-rated planetary-gear recovery winches. These twin recovery winches are custom…

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One aspect of versatility found in the Miller Industries line of medium-duty integrated wreckers is a superior amount of usable hook height on the recovery boom. When the recovery boom is fully elevated and extended, the boom end extends well past the tailboard of the truck.  This translates to effective recovery ability when dealing with…

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