* Q2 EPS $0.41 vs. $0.26 analysts' estimate * Profit down 45 pct in quarter * Revenue up 19 pct, higher than expected * Shares rise 2.3 percent (Adds CEO quotes, details) April 26 (Reuters) - U.S. heavy truck maker Oshkosh Corp reported a 45 percent drop in quarterly profit that was far less severe than analysts had expected, helped by strong sales of aerial lifts and work platforms. The earnings decline, which came despite an 18.9 percent rise in sales, reflected a shift in military ...
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