miller industries century lcg 21.5

Miller Industries Century LCG 21.5

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Vulcan 812

Miller Industries Century LCG 21.5 vs. Vulcan 812

Car Carrier

Body Type

19,500 to 26,000 pounds


14,500 pounds
10,000 pounds

Tow Rating

7,500 pounds

Planetary Winch

Four Options

Bed Lengths

3/8 of an inch x 50 ft


3/8 of an inch x 100 ft

Are you shopping for a new tow truck? Miller Industries, one of the USA’s top truck manufacturers, offers two excellent models: Century LCG and Vulcan 812. Which is the right choice for your daily operations? Compare the Miller Industries Century LCG 21.5 vs. Vulcan 812 below to learn more about their intended uses, features, and specs. Then, explore our lineup of tow trucks at Rechtien International Trucks to find your match!

What is the Century LCG?

The Century LCG (Low Center of Gravity) 21.5 from Miller Industries is a car carrier with a patented design that lowers the deck-height 5 to 6 inches more than your average carrier. This gives the Century LCG the ability to accommodate larger and taller vehicles, including man-lifts and forklifts. It has a capacity of 12,000 pounds and is available with the following deck lengths: 20.5, 21, 21.5, and 22 feet. Learn more about the Miller Industries Century LCG features and specs below:


  • Aluminum or steel platform
  • Hollow structural side rails
  • Backup lights and alarm
  • 8,000-pound hydraulic winch with 50-ft cable
  • Adjustable rear stabilizer
  • Optional rumber flooring
  • Optional galvanized subframe
  • Optional 8,000-pound planetary winch
  • Optional combination dock stabilizer/wheel lift


  • Load Rating: 12,000 pounds
  • Tow Rating: 10,000 pounds
  • Cable: 3/8 of an inch x 50 ft
  • GVWR: 19,500 to 26,000 pounds

What is the Vulcan 812?

The Miller Industries Vulcan 812 is self-loading wheel-lift unit, making it the better choice for repossessions. Its newly redesigned pivot system and high lift angle allow it to tow vehicles of varying sizes without being too large for Miami roads. Not to mention, the Vulcan 812 was updated and improved based on survey data from operators. The newest model includes greater visibility between the boom and tailboard, an upgraded hose tracking system, and a variety of handheld controllers from which to choose.


  • 60-inch C.A. steel modular body
  • Auto load wheel lift system
  • 180-degree pivoting crossbar
  • Self-centering crossbar
  • 8,000-pound planetary winch with 100 ft of 3/8-inch cable
  • Wheel lift ratchets and straps
  • Optional aluminum, composite, or polybody modular body
  • Optional steel light pylon
  • Optional dollies
  • Optional trailer hitch attachment


  • Recovery Boom: 8,000 pounds
  • Maximum Lift Angle: 21 degrees
  • Planetary Winch: 8,000 pounds
  • Cable: 3/8 of an inch x 100 ft
  • Tow Rating: 7,500 pounds
  • Suggested GVWR: 14,500 pounds

Century LCG 21.5 vs. Vulcan 812: Which is Right for Me?

The right model for you depends on your application. Do you need a heavy-duty car carrier with the strength to haul a forklift? If so, the Century LCG is likely the better choice. Or, do you need a more compact wheel-lift tow truck with modern conveniences? Choose the Vulcan 812. No matter the model you choose, Rechtien International Trucks can help you find the configuration you need at a price that works for you.

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