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Case E Series Compact Wheel Loaders

January 24th, 2008

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Case-E-series-compactUntitled-1Case Construction Equipment offers its E Series compact wheel loaders with a 3.2-liter Tier III-certified Case engine.Ideally suited for a variety of landscaping, industrial material handling and residential construction applications, the Case 21E, 121E, 221E and 321E feature Versa-Boom linkage for excellent reach, visibility and precise parallel lift, increased bucket roll back for greater material retention, a comfortable cab and easy access to service points. The Case E Series compact wheel loaders deliver between 54 and 82 net hp (40.3 and 61.1 kW). Operating weights range from 10,168 to 12,676 pounds (4,612 to 5,750 kg), while bucket capacities range from 1.05 to 1.44 cubic yards (0.8 to 1.1 m3). The Versa-Boom design offers enhanced visibility to the coupler and attachments throughout the lift cycle for precise positioning of the compact wheel loader.

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

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Takeuchi

John Deere

Volvo Construction Equipment North America Inc

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