Straight Frame

Crawler Carriers

Our straight frame crawler carriers are anything but standard.

Rubber tracks create low ground pressure that allows you to access areas where wheeled equipment simply can’t go – all while having a minimal impact on the environment. Choose from multiple bed options and enjoy the ultimate in customizability thanks to a chassis design that makes adding attachments easy.



12,000 lbs. carrying capacity
155 hp @ 2200 rpm
Ground pressure (loaded) 5.3 psi

Explore the RT6


18,000 lbs. carrying capacity
225 hp @ 2200 rpm
Ground pressure (loaded) 6.4 psi

Explore the RT9


28,000 lbs. carrying capacity
310 hp @ 2200 rpm
Ground pressure (loaded) 7.4 psi

Explore the RT14

RT14 with dump bed

Rubber Track Advantage

Terramac rubber track technology disperses the machine’s weight over a wide area, providing the low ground pressure necessary to travel across terrain that would be difficult for traditional wheeled vehicles.

Versatile Bed Options

Choose the conversion dump bed to move everyday materials like dirt and sand. Use the flat bed for oversized materials such as mats and poles. Or, opt for the heavy-duty rock bed to haul rugged materials.

High-Quality Components

We take care when crafting our machines, using only the highest quality parts. This helps extend the life of the machine and ensure critical areas like the undercarriage stand up to the harshest conditions. 

The RT6 works terrifically when carrying material up the steep, loose sand hills on our worksite. A standard tire vehicle wouldn’t be able to operate in this situation"

Dan Gee, President
Crystal Cove Management Company

Terramac RT6 crawler carrier hauls sand and rock for infrastructure improvements along the shorelines of California’s Crystal Cove State Park.

Dealer Locations Map

Wherever You Work, There we are.

From Alaska and the Yukon to the tip of Florida, our vast dealer network has you covered anywhere in the U.S. and Canada.

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