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Gradall Crawler Excavators
February 10th, 2009
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- Gradall Crawler Excavators feature: a long track creates minimal bearing pressure Gradall Crawler Excavators feature: a long track creates minimal bearing pressure while providing a stable work platform as the boom works in every direction; the simplified Gradall drivetrain includes planetary final drive, individual track control and counter rotating tracks for exceptional maneuverability; routine maintenance and adjustments are simplified. For example, track tension is easily controlled with an adjustment cylinder; a recoil spring on each Gradall crawler idler keeps rocks and debris from breaking or jamming the track rail; fleet management is more efficient because all crawler models share over 90% of replacement parts; sealed rollers feature lifetime lubrication; Gradall’s wide flange forged rim ad special heat-treating support the weight of the excavator and help withstand shocks; a rugged one-piece undercarriage weldment provides excellent strength to the carrier.
- All Gradall excavator manufacturing locations are inside the USA. But sales and service locations are maintained on six continents.
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