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Cut depth, power, and maneuverability set the new generation Roadtec SX-7 soil stabilizer apart. What’s more, the machine offers a range of features from anti-slip, three-piece rims to a fully enclosed cab and the latest in machine controls to make it a unique and powerful product for the growing stabilization market. The 700 hp (522 kW) SX-7 features a true 21 (53 cm) cut depth, the deepest in the industry by far. With its right-hand flush cut, the machine pulverizes or stabilizes all the way to the curb line. The cut is 8′-5 (257 cm) wide, perfect for three passes on a 24′ (7.3 m) wide road. Up to 500,000 lbs.in (5,650,000 N.cm) of torque to the cutter makes it possible. The SX-7 features a high cutter torque rating. The cutter position in the housing can be adjusted on the fly to provide optimum graduation and throughput for shallow cuts as well as for deep stabilization. Weight distribution of the SX-7 design across all four tires is equal. The front half of the machine is nearly identical in weight to the back. Equal weight distribution increases maneuverability and decreases the likelihood of getting stuck. The entire machine is steered with one steering wheel. No joysticks are used.