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Aardvark still manufacture precision components for DDT, Moxy & M.T. Agricultural articulated trucks. Above: Moxy 3212B artic. hinge pin & bearing housing assy.


Aardvark M.T. style 10 tonne gravel cart sold to Mr. Graham Lee of Congleton Cheshire in Summer 2010. Design based on original M.T. Engineering units which were even shipped to Pakistan in some quantities in the 1980's & 1990's for use on Hymalayan river flood defence work.

Aardvark R.W.T. 125 with auto backfill system

Aardvark R.W.T. 125 P.T.O. driven, tractor mounted wheel trencher c/w recycling backfill conveyor system & screening arrangement. Suitable for use with Claas Xerion 3300/3800 & Fendt 924 & upwards.


Aardvark R.W.T. 100 S 1.0m deep x 135mm wide tractor mounted , P.T.O. driven rock wheel trencher & Deutz TTV 620 184h.p. tractor dispatched to Nigeria in Summer 2010 for fibre optic cable installation work.

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Aardvark Equipment Ltd. R.W.T. 75 S - A Tractor Mounted, P.T.O. Driven Rock Wheel Trencher

Aardvark Equipment Ltd. was founded in 1999 by Paul Beal. The Company is based in Sudbury Sulfolk in England.

In 2010 the company shipped its' first rock wheel trencher to Africa for fibre optic cable installation work. Gravel carts of the old M.T. Agricultural design continue to be manufactured mainly for the U.K. land drainage market.

The range of Aardvark rock wheel trenchers is as follows:

R.W.T. 75 S: 0.15m - 0.75m deep x 0.600m - 0.135m wide.

R.W.T. 75 W: 0.15m - 0.75m deep x 0125m - 0.225m wide.

R.W.T. 100 S: 0.15m - 1.00m deep x 0.600m - 0.135m wide.

R.W.T. 100 W: 0.15m - 1.00m deep x 0.125m - 0.255m wide.

R.W.T. 125 S: 0.15m - 1.25m deep x 0.600m - 0.135m wide.

R.W.T. 125 W: 0 .15m - 1.25m deep x 0.125m - 0.225m wide.

The range of Aardvark tractor trailed gravel carts is as follows:

M.T. 6 G.C. 6 tonnes capacity

M.T. 10 G.C. 10 tonne capacity

M.T. 14 G.C. 14 tonne capacity.


Paul Beal had previously worked for M.T. Agricultural Engineering of Braintree, Essex. U.K.

M.T. Agricultural Engineering were mainly involved in building gravel carts for the land drainage industry in the 1970s & 1980s & were most renowned for their self propelled gravel carts that used 4 & 6 cylinder Ford tractors as donor skid units.

M.T. Agricultural Engineering were taken over by D.D.T. Engineering Ltd. in 1997 with D.D.T. Engineering Ltd. then selling out to F.N.H. Global in 2000.


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