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The Wirtgen WR 2000 is a 395 hp-class stabilizer/reclaimer which gives roadbuilders a high-performance alternative to the larger, industry-standard, 670-hp WR 2500 S from Wirtgen. This versatile machine cuts grades or asphalt roadways up to 20 in. deep at a 79-in. cutting width. It has an shippinging weight of 46,958 lb. It stabilizes with both emulsion and foamed asphalt, and can be equpped with a high capacity water pump for dry soil conditions, or cement or lime stabilization projects. These proven systems have been used on the WR 2500/WR 2500 S for years, and the WR 2000 incorporates 40 percent parts in common with its “big brother”. Its new 6-cylinder OM 457 LA Mercedes engine meets EPA Tier II regulations, with 400 continuous horsepower. Its cutter features a V-belt drive with an automatic belt tensioner with four speeds, from 112 to 181 rpm.