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Terex Roadbuilding’s front-discharge mixer truck line is powered by EPA 2010-compliant diesel engines. The mixer line consists of three-, four-, five-, six- and seven-axle designs in both standard and bridge formula configurations. Currently, ready-mix producers can choose between 350-, 380- and 425-hp ratings of the Cummins ISX11.9 diesel engine for the 2010 EPA-compliant mixers. Terex will soon offer an MTU/Detroit Diesel DD13 2010 EPA engine option with power ratings of 350-, 380- and 450-hp. The emissions solution for Terex front-discharge mixer trucks relies on Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology to treat post-diesel particulate filter (DPF) exhaust.