Engineered for Strength and Durability

Light Duty Independent
Wreckers

The HPL-35 and HPL-60 offer from 8 to 12-ton independent wrecker booms are built to deliver. Both are engineered with a modular aluminum body.

Models

Features

Features

Boom
Free Spool
L-Arms
Toolbox
Tow Sling
Underlift

Dimensions

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HPL-35
HPL-60
Key Features
Key Features
Multiple Boom Rating Options
Multiple Boom Rating Options
Modular Aluminum Body
Modular Aluminum Body
Dual Side Controls
Dual Side Controls
8 Ton Recovery Boom
8 Ton Recovery Boom
Retracted at 30 degrees
Retracted at 30 degrees
18,500 lbs.
18,500 lbs.
Extended at 30 degrees
Extended at 30 degrees
7,000 lbs.
7,000 lbs.
12 Ton Recovery Boom
12 Ton Recovery Boom
Retracted at 30 degrees
Retracted at 30 degrees
24,000 lbs.
24,000 lbs.
Extended at 30 degrees
Extended at 30 degrees
8,000 lbs.
8,000 lbs.
Reach Past Tailboard
Reach Past Tailboard
Extended at 0 Degrees
Extended at 0 Degrees
82 in.
82 in.
Extended at 30 degrees
Extended at 30 degrees
60 in.
60 in.
Operating Range
Operating Range
Minimum Boom Angle
Minimum Boom Angle
0 degrees
0 degrees
Maximum Boom Angle
Maximum Boom Angle
60 degrees
60 degrees
Maximum Boom Angle
Maximum Boom Angle
176 in.
176 in.
Underlift
Underlift
Capacity at Crossbar with L-Arms
Capacity at Crossbar with L-Arms
3,500 lbs.
5,000 lbs.
Capacity at Crossbar with Frame Forks
Capacity at Crossbar with Frame Forks
4,000 lbs.
6,000 lbs.
Capacity at Crossbar with T-37 Swivel Grids
Capacity at Crossbar with T-37 Swivel Grids
3,500 lbs.
4,000 lbs.
Capacity at Crossbar: Positive Tilt
Capacity at Crossbar: Positive Tilt
12 degrees
12 degrees
Capacity at Crossbar: Negative Tilt
Capacity at Crossbar: Negative Tilt
9 degrees
9 degrees
Reach Past Tailboard Retracted W/Forks
Reach Past Tailboard Retracted W/Forks
40 in.
40 in.
Reach Past Tailboard Extended W/Forks
Reach Past Tailboard Extended W/Forks
68 in.
68 in.
Reach Past Tailboard Retracted W/L-Arms
Reach Past Tailboard Retracted W/L-Arms
48 in.
48 in.
Reach Past Tailboard Extended W/L-Arms
Reach Past Tailboard Extended W/L-Arms
76 in.
76 in.
Winches & Wire Rope
Winches & Wire Rope
Deck Mounted Recovery Winch
Deck Mounted Recovery Winch
8,000 lbs.
8,000 lbs.
8 Ton Boom: Winch Rating
8 Ton Boom: Winch Rating
8,000 lbs.
8,000 lbs.
12 Ton Boom: Winch Rating
12 Ton Boom: Winch Rating
10,000 lbs.
10,000 lbs.
West Coast Winch Package
West Coast Winch Package
12,000 lbs.
12,000 lbs.
8,000 lb. Winch Capacity
8,000 lb. Winch Capacity
Wire Rope: 3/8" x 100' EIPS
Wire Rope: 3/8" x 100' EIPS
10,000 lb. Winch Capacity
10,000 lb. Winch Capacity
Wire Rope: 7/16" x 100' EIPS
Wire Rope: 7/16" x 100' EIPS
12,000 lb. Winch Capacity
12,000 lb. Winch Capacity
Wire Rope: 7/16" x 150' EIPS
Wire Rope: 7/16" x 150' EIPS
Chassis Requirements
Chassis Requirements
Minimum GVW Rating
Minimum GVW Rating
10,500 lbs.
15,500 lbs.
Minimum Cab-to-Axle (CA)
Minimum Cab-to-Axle (CA)
60 in.
60 in.
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Removable Steel Rails 19’-20’ Kit

Removable Steel Rails 19’-20’ Kit

Models:
  • Light Duty Carrier
  • Medium Duty Carriers
Requires:

Steel Deck

Removable Steel Rails 19’-20’ Kit

Removable Steel Rails 19’-20’ Kit

Models:
  • Light Duty Carrier
Requires:

Steel Deck

Accessories

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Accessories Catalog (PDF)

Calculate & Compare Tow Performance

Is your vehicle optimized for the unique demands of your towing operation?

Calculating tow ratings requires considering wheelbase, front and rear axle weights along with retracted and extended overhang, The math can be complex, use this calculator to truly understand how much you can tow, either with one of our trucks or your current truck, and compare ratings to make sure you’re getting the right equipment for your towing needs.

Terms & Conditions

Calculation 1

1. Wheelbase in
2. Steer Axle Weight lbs
3. Drive Axle Weight lbs
4. Drive Axle Weight Rating lbs
5. Steer Axle Remaining Weight
%
6. Overhang
in

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Calculation 2

Axle Type
1. Wheelbase in
2. Steer Axle Weight lbs
3. Drive Axle Weight lbs
4. Drive Axle Weight Rating lbs
5. Steer Axle Remaining Weight
%
6. Overhang
in

Wheelbase

Distance from centerline of the front axle to the centerline of the rear axle

Steer Axle Weight

Amount of weight applied to the front axle including the driver, fuel, and all equipment.

Drive Axle Weight

Amount of weight applied to the rear axle including all equipment.

Drive Axle Weight Rating

Weight capacity of the drive axle per the axle manufacturer.

Steer Axle Remaining Weight

Desired weight remaining on the towing vehicle’s steer axle when the load is lifted.

Overhang

Distance from centerline of the drive axle to the lift point.

Results
Tow Performance:
 May exceed drive axle rating
Rear Axle Rating:
Rear Drive Axle(s) Weight:

Calculation 1

1. Wheelbase in
2. Steer Axle Weight lbs
3. Drive Axle Weight lbs
4. Drive Axle Weight Rating lbs
5. Steer Axle Remaining Weight
%
6. Overhang
in

Add to Compare

Calculation 2

Axle Type
1. Wheelbase in
2. Steer Axle Weight lbs
3. Drive Axle Weight lbs
4. Drive Axle Weight Rating lbs
5. Steer Axle Remaining Weight
%
6. Overhang
in

Wheelbase

Wheelbase definition

Steer Axle Weight

Steer Axle Weight definition

Drive Axle Weight

Drive Axle Weight definition

Tooltip 4

Drive Axle Weight Rating definition

Steer Axle Remaining Weight

Steer Axle Remaining Weight definition

Overhang

Overhang definition

Results
Tow Performance:
 May exceed drive axle rating
Rear Axle Rating:
Rear Drive Axle(s) Weight:

Calculation 1

1. Wheelbase in
2. Steer Axle Weight lbs
3. Drive Axle Weight lbs
4. Drive Axle Weight Rating lbs
5. Steer Axle Remaining Weight
%
6. Overhang
in

Add to Compare

Calculation 2

Axle Type
1. Wheelbase in
2. Steer Axle Weight lbs
3. Drive Axle Weight lbs
4. Drive Axle Weight Rating lbs
5. Steer Axle Remaining Weight
%
6. Overhang
in

Wheelbase

Wheelbase definition

Steer Axle Weight

Steer Axle Weight definition

Drive Axle Weight

Drive Axle Weight definition

Tooltip 4

Drive Axle Weight Rating definition

Steer Axle Remaining Weight

Steer Axle Remaining Weight definition

Overhang

Overhang definition

Results
Tow Performance:
 May exceed drive axle rating
Rear Axle Rating:
Rear Drive Axle(s) Weight:
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