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The heaviest and most powerful model Titan was designed specifically to work as road train, and for heavy loads transportation. Gross combination weight of the Titan could reach 200 tons. Customer could choose Cummins Signature engine with power of 520, 580 or 620 hp or Caterpillar C15 with power of 515 hp, 550 hp or 600 hp. There are few types of cabs could be mounted on the chassis - from the daycab to 64"sleeper cab. This model is very popular in Australia, especially in backcountry districts where it is used together with 3 or 4 trailers.

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