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Century 4024T & 4024/T2


Medium-Duty Towing
Recovery Equipment 


Developed to handle a wide range of tough jobs, the Century 4024T combines field-proven components into a modular, weight-saving, high-tech design that creates an unbeatable value package.  These units feature an integrated boom and underlift, with power tilt for versatility. . . along with many of the same features and options which were pioneered in the successful Century 5030.  There's no doubt about it . . . whether you're pulling a motorhome, delivery van or road tractor, the 4024T should meet your towing and recovery needs.


4024T & 4024T2
. . . Choose The One That Fits!"

  Note:  Some optional equipment may be shown.   
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138" CA steel modular body Switch panel
7 Sets of lift forks 1 Set of hook adapters
1 Set of pivoting spring lift adapters Air free-spool
4 forward tool compartments Chain racks and tool holders
Diagonal rear jacks with multi-position feet Federal standard 108 lighting
Hydraulic pressure gauges Safety chains
Mud flaps Recessed trailer air and 7-way connectors
Rubber Fenderettes Variable height light pylon
8-function remote lanyard control Double-walled compartment doors with checks
Cable tensioners 2 side body work lights (per side)
All functions manually operated from driver's side -
recovery boom only from passenger side
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Significant weight forward for better stability Proven Century 3-stage stinger and crossbar
Simple to operate - no tricky mechanisms to learn Efficiency, power, reach and reliability standards among industry's highest
Two winches and lift cylinders, built for maximum stability and efficiency Rear tailgate and jack legs closer to rear axle so load can be pulled in closer for better stability
Rear bumper and jack legs closer to rear axle so load can be pulled in closer for better stability Top of sheave closer to the ground for clearance under aerial lifts
Main and auxiliary boom fabricated in high-strength steel, with rugged self-aligning head pieces Stinger tilt for the flexibility to lay flat, yet control clearances by tilting during lift
Boom lift power is continuous from bottom to top and power remains stable with any added height; seal reliability is great with single stage lift cylinders, and there is power down for all-weather flexibility  

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Air shift PTO Wrecker special light bar
Upper and lower work lights Stainless steel handrails
Aluminum package 156" CA modular body
Body available in steel or aluminum Installation
Tunnel tool compartment (138" or 156" CA only) In-cab 6 function control
Heavy-duty wheel lift attachment Pintle hook attachments
5th wheel plate attachment Aluminum modular boxes
Planetary gear winches (4024T2) Many other popular Century options
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Recovery Boom 4024T
Lift cylinders
Power Retracted rating at 30 (SAE)
           Extended rating at 30 (SAE)
Maximum extension
Maximum angle
Maximum hook height, spades up
Reach past Wheel Lift at max. angle
                     5" bore
                     40,000 lbs.
                     15,000 lbs.
Winch Specifications 4024T
Dual Winches

                     20,000 lbs. Worm Gear
                     9/16" x 175' 
Winch Specifications 4024/T2
Dual Winches

                     20,000 lbs. Planetary
                     9/16" x 175' 
4024T Underlift 
Fully retracted to C.L. of Fork Holder
Fully extended to C.L. of Fork Holder
Standard power tilt arc
Estimated shipping weight

                     38" / 24,000 lbs.
                     102.5" / 12,000 lbs.
                     8,875 lbs.

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The minimum RBM for each frame rail is 1,200,000 in./lb., the minimum GVW is 31,000 lbs., the minimum CA dimension is 138", and the minimum frame length behind the center line of the rear axle is 42 inches.
The outside frame rails of chassis extending behind cab must be free of fuel tanks, air tanks, battery boxes, exhaust stacks, etc.
All specifications are minimums.  Heavier specifications may be required depending on chassis and equipment.
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Note: Specifications subject to change without notice.  All ratings specified are based on structural factors only, not vehicle capacities or capabilities.