TM4110/9000 Large OTR Tire Service Truck

The Stellar® TM4110/9000 OTR Tire Service Truck features a rugged, heavy-duty 15′ steel OTR service body with over 60 cubic feet of storage. On the rack side model, the standard driver-side rail folds down and includes sign boards for identification.

The TM4110/9000 is equipped with a hydraulic knuckle boom carrier operated by a standard, fully proportional radio remote control. The hexagon-shaped secondary and extension boom greatly increase boom strength over competitive square-shaped booms, ensuring solid performance.

The tire sizes that the TM4110/9000 can lift include the 27.00-49 mounted narrow-base and 37.5-39 wide-base tires (carrier and TM).


The TM4110/9000 Tire Manipulator allows versatility while providing a safe method to handle a variety of OTR tires up to 110″ diameter, or 4,600 lbs. It also offers 140° of articulation and 240° of body rotation, giving it the ability to service fleets with small- to medium-sized OTR tires.

Service Body Features:

  • Heavy-duty steel construction
  • Flat body has 8 D-ring tiedowns
  • Stainless-steel rotary slam latches
  • Slide-top doors on all tool compartments
  • Recessed, skirt-mounted halogen floodlights
  • Rubber-mounted running lights
  • Entire body is undercoated

Carrier Features:

  • Rotation is accomplished through a turntable bearing
  • Standard fully proportional radio remote control and manual controls on TM4110/9000 with the ability to do multiple functions at once
  • Fully enclosed extension boom cylinder
  • Hexagon-shaped secondary and extension boom
  • Integral-mounted pump and PTO on chassis
  • Load-holding counterbalance valves
TM4110/9000 Tire Manipulator and Carrier
Capacity: 4,600 lbs @ 19 ft' (2,086 kg @ 5.79m)
Clamping span:
• Fixed pads 48" to 110" (122 cm to 279 cm)
• 90º rotating pads 47" to 109" (119 cm to 277 cm)
Optional pad extension: 20" (51 cm) w/ arms closed
Clamp cylinders: 2.5" (6.35 cm) w/ pilot-operated check valve
Tilt cylinder: Provided by carrier extension boom
Body rotation: 285° power
Rotation system: Rotation bearing & worm-driven gear box
Clamping pad rotation: Fixed or 90 degree
Tilt: +85° to –37°
Hydraulic controls: Incorporated with the carrier controls
Shipping weight of tire manipulator only: 1,550 lbs (703 kg) w/ fixed pads
  1,825 lbs (827 kg) w/ 90º rotating pads
TM4110/9000 Carrier Only
Rating: 90,000 ft-lbs (12.45 t-m)
Standard boom length: 13' 1" (3.99 m) from CL of crane
Boom extension: Hydraulic 41" (104 cm)
Max. horizontal reach: 16' 7" (5.05 m)
Vertical lift: 22' 3" (6.78 m) (from truck frame)
Rotation: 290° power (worm gear drive)
Lifting capacities: 9,000 lbs @ 10' (4,080 kg @ 3.03 m)
6,880 lbs @ 13' 1" (3,120 kg @ 3.99 m)
5,425 lbs @ 16' 7" (2,460 kg @ 5.05 m)
Power supply required: PTO & pump (fully proportional VB)
12 gpm @ 3,000 psi (45.4 l pm @ 206 bars)
Controls: Fully proportional radio remote standard, with manual controls on valve bank
Stowed height: 84" (213 cm)
Mounting space required: 42" (107 cm)
Shipping weight: 4,800 lbs (2,175 kg)
46P direct-driven, mounted above deck for maintenance ease
4-cylinder, 2-stage, capable of 46 cfm @ 175 psi

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