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Sandcrawler
Navigational Stats:
Max Speed: 10 km/h
Manoeuvrability: 1

Sensors: 1
ECM: 0

Terrain Restrictions:
Cave Glacier Jungle Mountain Ocean River Rock Swamp Volcanic
Cargo Stats:
Weight: 870 T
Volume: 9,850 m³
Weight Cap: 400 T
Volume Cap: 7,500 m³

Max Passengers: 500
Hull Stats:
Length: 45 m
Hull: 750
Ionic Capacity: 500
Value:

294,934 Credits



Hangar Bay

Details:
None
Required Raw Materials:
Quantum (Armour): 214
Meleenium (Durasteel): 537
Ardanium (Fuel Canisters): 43
Rudic (Electronics): 65
Lommite (Transparisteel): 373
Affiliation:
- Akheton Vehicle Corporation
- Ubrikkian Industries
 
The Sandcrawler is a large, heavy, slow-moving machine. It runs on eight tracks, each powered by a separate steam-powered, nuclear fission engine. Since half the vehicle's volume is devoted to cargo storage, the Sandcrawler is perfect for transporting large amounts of goods across difficult terrain.

Originally designed to transport mining ores on Corellia, the Sandcrawler was later brought to Tatooine when the planet was first settled as a mining colony. However, the ore mined seemed to have unwanted metallurgic properties, so the mines were shut down and the Sandcrawlers discarded. The native Jawas reclaimed the vehicles and used them for scavenging purposes.

The front side of the transport consisted of a large ramp that opened to allow access to the large cargo hold. Many small hatches, located between the treads, also provided access to the behemoth's interior. An extendable magnetic suction tube was available for drawing ore, but was later used by the Jawas to suck droids and other scavenged equipment into the cargo bay.



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