The original Struck Crawler. Sold as a kit and plans in 1967. This is the model that was on the cover of Popular Science in May of 1967.

Assembly manual available. Replacement tracks available. No technical support.

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After the overwhelming success of the MD34 design improvements were quickly made resulting in the MD40 and subsequent MD45.

Assembly manual available. Replacement tracks available. No technical support.

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Continued design improvements on the MD40 & MD45.

Assembly manual available. Replacement tracks available. No technical support.

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Produced as a KIT only. Several variations of each were produced from 1972 - 1986.

Kit assembly manual available. Limited wearing parts such as: replacement tracks, etc. No technical support available.  

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The MT1800 was produced from 1975 to 1981. The MT2000 was produced from 1976 to 1983. The first of the Struck Crawlers to utilize the Peerless 2338 transaxle. The MT1800 had a Tecumseh engine with a track width of 6 in. wide. The MT2000 was the first Struck crawler to utilize a double chain design. It also had a Tecumseh engine, 12hp, 16hp, or 18 hp, however, it had a track width of 9 1/2 in.

Assembly manual available. Limited wearing parts such as: replacement tracks available. Limited technical support.

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Produced from the mid 80's to 1993. Briggs and Stratton 18 HP engine. The second Struck Crawler to utilize the double chain track design. Track width: 9 1/2 in. 

Large binder assembly manual available. Limited wearing parts and technical support.

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The MH5000 was produced from 1991 through 2004. Early 20 hp. Kohler & later 25 hp Kohler gasoline engines powered these units. The first hydro Struck Crawler tractor to utilize hydraulic motors instead of a shifting transmission. Dual pump hydraulics offered power, with an overdrive option meant this machine was able to give power with added speed.  

Technical support available and wearing parts still available as well as a complete manual. 

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Produced as an assembled unit from September 1995 to 2000, with the attachments in small kits. The MD567 or affectionately called "MAGNATRAC JUNIOR" used a 14 hp. or 15 hp. Kohler gas engine to power it's belt clutch transmission and dual track chain, kept the price down and gave customers an affordable option with limited attachments.

Large assembly manual available. Limited wearing parts such as: replacement tracks, etc.   

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The MH6000 was produced from August 2000 through 2003. The first and only hydro Struck Crawler tractor to utilize a diesel engine and hydraulic motors instead of a shifting transmission. Though only offered for a short time, this model was popular due to the diesel engine. The MH6000 used a stout Lombardini 28 hp. engine to get it's power. Dual pump hydraulics offered power, with an overdrive option meant this machine was able to give power with added speed. Engines were fairly loud in residential areas.  

Technical support available and wearing parts still available as well as a complete manual. Kohler diesel now services Lombardini diesel engines. 

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The MH4800 was produced from November 2001 through April 2013. 25hp Kohler Command engine. Its no frills, power design was popular with customers looking for power on a budget. The MH4800 used hydraulic motors to drive the track system. Single pump hydraulics offered power, however no overdrive option meant this machine was a true "crawler" tractor. Max speed around 1.8 mph.

Technical support available and wearing parts still available as well as a complete manual. 

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The C.F. Struck Corporation is a Wisconsin based, midwest USA manufacturing company. Since 1959, we've built hard-working equipment for do-it-yourselfers. Our flagship is the MAGNATRAC® Compact Crawler - true dozer power sized and priced for homeowners.

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