Mechanic Trucks

With top-quality engineering, materials and construction, the Stellar lineup of mechanic trucks is built for productivity and long-term reliability.

Maximize Mechanic Truck Quality With TMAX™

The Stellar TMAX lineup of mechanic trucks has a well-earned reputation for quality, and both steel and lighter-weight aluminum models are available.

Whether you choose steel or aluminum, every TMAX Mechanic Truck is built for years of heavy-duty work with corrosion protection, engineering that keeps stress off compartment doors, and a two-part polyurethane enamel finish to protect against weather and debris.

Durability and Performance:

  • Stellar’s torq-isolator crane support design isolates the crane compartment from the rest of the side pack. Lifting stresses are transferred to the stabilizers and box-type subframe, not the compartment doors. All doors are made of 5000 series aluminum for reduced truck weight and corrosion resistance, plus they feature a two-panel design with a mechanically and chemically bonded internal hat channel.
  • 3-point compression latches keep weather-stripping tight while allowing easy access.
  • Stainless-steel billet-style hinges have hidden fasteners and a rugged 5/16″ stainless-steel
    rod for years of heavy use.
  • Complete undercoating, with minimum of 6.5 mils of petroleum base material, provides extra protection from corrosion and road debris.


  • Stellar TMAX aluminum bodies feature the exclusive extruded aluminum top with two drill-free mounting rails for quick accessory installation.
  • Bodies feature either a step bumper or a workbench bumper with an integrated full-width longbar storage compartment and vise mounts.
  • Heavy-duty aluminum or steel drawer system with 500-lb capacity per drawer, full lifetime warranty on drawer slides and handle.
  • Adjustable shelving made of spangled galvanized steel with 250-lb capacity per shelf.
  • Easily add a wide range of mechanic service truck accessories.

Lighter Weight. Higher Payload.

All TMAX Mechanic Trucks are designed to be as lightweight as possible while still delivering
the strength you need. The streamlined engineering helps you increase payload and reduce fuel costs. Both steel and aluminum versions are available, with aluminum ideal if maximizing payload is important or your mechanic truck will be used in a corrosive environment.

The rear view of a white TMAX 16K


Crane Max Capacity: 4,000 lbs (16,000 ft-lbs)

A white TMAX 30K with a crane extended overhead


Crane Max Capacity: 6,000 lbs (35,000 ft-lbs)

Steel Aluminum
Two TMAX 1 vehicles parked facing each other


Crane Max Capacity: 8,600 lbs (53,100 ft-lbs)

Steel Aluminum
A blue TMAX 2 mechanic truck with a crane lifted overhead against a cloudy sky


Crane Max Capacity: 12,000 lbs (77,800 ft-lbs)

Steel Aluminum
A gray TMAX 3 mechanic truck facing to the right


Crane Max Capacity: 14,000 lbs (82,600 ft-lbs)

Steel Aluminum

Optimize your Service vehicle

Because different people use service vehicles in different ways, Stellar makes it easy to outfit yours with a wide range of accessories.

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