Stock 8570
Type Used Medium Duty
Year/Make 1994 Ford
Mileage 548146
Engine Cat 3176
Transmission 10 speed

1994 Ford 9LL, cat 3176 diesel(rebuilt in 2007), 9 speed Road Ranger transmission (rebuilt at 425,000 miles), 33,000# GVWR, 12,000 fron axle, 21,000 rear axle. Rockwell full locking differentialreplaced at 520,000 miles) 152"ca

air ride driver seat, jake brake, A/C(works), chrome exhaust stacks, chrome bumper, 95 gallon fuel tank,

front tires=315/80R22.5 16/32, rear tires 275/80R22.5+= 16/32s.


Challenger 1624,

Body serial#:  1624-0101-C94

20,000# boom,

new tilt cylinder in 2016

16,000# Ramsey winch,

wired and wireless controls

light bar,

upper and lower work lights,

6 sets of forks


Century 1624

Wrecker Specifications






Lift Cylinders

5″ bore

Power Retracted 30″ (S.A.E.)

40,000 lbs.

Maximum Angle




Single Winch

16,000 lbs.


175' x ½″



Fully retracted to C.L. of Fork Holder

38″/24,000 lbs.

Fully retracted to C.L. of Fork Holder

102.5″/12,000 lbs.

Standard power tilt arc

Estimated shipping weight

6,500 lbs.


Ratings are based on structural features only – not chassis capacity.




When used with the cross bar sheave attachment, the 1624 can be transformed into a hydraulic boom.




The minimum RBM for each frame rail is 1,200,000 in./lb.; the minimum GVW is 28,000 lbs.; the minimum C.A.  dimension is 138″, and the minimum frame length behind the centerline 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, etc.  All chassis specifications are minimums, heavier specifications may be required depending on chassis and equipment weights.








  • 138″ C.A. Aluminum modular body with 3 compartments per side
  • 96″ wide with fenderetts
  • Single 16,000 lb. winch
  • 175' x ½″ cable assembly
  • Air clutch release
  • Cable tensioner
  • 360° boom end swivel
  • Spring loaded cable storage tie back
  • Crossbar sheave attachment
  • Hydraulic pump
  • Manual controls – driver and passenger side
  • 8 function remote hand held lanyard
  • Mud flaps
  • 7 sets of frame forks
  • 1 set of ½″ hook adapters
  • 1 set of safety chains
  • Spring door checks
  • Light pylon
  • One pair of spring lift adapters



  • Air shift PTO
  • Switch panel
  • Air & electrical hookups
  • 6,000 lb. L-Arms & receivers
  • In-cab controls
  • Wrecker special light bar
  • Upper and lower work lights
  • Additional lifting attachments
  • Other popular options




  • Significant weight forward for better stability
  • Efficiency, power, reach and reliability standards among industry's highest
  • One winch and twin lift cylinders, built for maximum stability and efficiency
  • Simple to operate – no tricky mechanisms to learn
  • Automatic hydraulic lock on fold cylinder – no complicated latch
  • Top of sheave closer to the ground for clearance under aerial lifts • Boom lift power is continuous from bottom to top; power remains

   constant with any added height, seal reliability is great with single    stage lift cylinders, and there is power down for all-weather    flexibility

  • Stinger tilt for the flexibility to lay flat, yet control clearances by tilting during lift
  • Rear bumper closer to rear axle so load can be pulled in closer for better stability
  • Proven Century 3-stage stinger and crossbar


 NOTE:  Specifications subject to change without notice.  All ratings specified are based on structural factors only, not vehicle capacities, or capabilities.



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