The “one-car carrier” based on a 2-ton class truck such as Toyota Dyna / Isuzu Elf / Mitsubishi Canter is probably the most popular vehicle carrier around.
Although these trucks all look similar, there are significant performance differences.
KyoKuto’s tilt-tray flatop single-vehicle carrier "ZERO2" leads this truck class with the development of special features and functions that provide flexible functionality, irrespective of the type of vehicle loaded and site environment.
For example, a gentler loading incline angle is achieved within the same available space. Even low-floor vehicles like sports cars are safe. In addition, if the roller at the rear of the loading platform is in contact with the ground, it can be loaded at any angle ranging from 0.9 to 12 degrees. Other convenient functions are available as options including the radio control operated “auto tail gate mechanism” and a “left-right interlock device” that can be easily released with one hand.
In addition, the front arch design provides clean appearance and good visibility from the driver's seat while the tailgate structure is pressed and powder coated with a (open & close) side skirt that enhances the appearance.
Observe tilt-tray trucks closely the next time you see them and note which brand provides the best functionality and style.
Automotive Expert Shinya Yamamoto
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