Beast Of Burden. (Emphasis On The "Beast")
What does the "HD" in "HD Track Inspector" stand for? Heavy Duty. Brown engineers build the body of each HD Track Inspector over a larger chassis to stand up to the most difficult conditions.
Throw in optional Oxygen/Acetylene equipment and hose reels, custom-built side tool boxes, and Brown’s over 70 years of building hardworking, custom vehicles, and you’ve got the most reliable truck on wheels, rubber, steel or otherwise.
Quality Comes Standard.
The tools you need to complete the job shouldn’t be optional; they should come standard, at no additional cost, and they should be engineered to withstand whatever you can throw at them. That’s why Brown includes the following features standard on every HD Track Inspector:
- Wig wag flashers
- Work lights
- Cab protectors
- Track lubricators
- Distance measuring systems
- Hydraulic tool circuits and hose reels
Durable materials, innovative design and an attention to detail: not only does Brown build it, Brown builds it better.