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Hyundai R800LC-7A

March 19th, 2008

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Hyundai’s R800LC-7A is designed to be rugged and productive. This 181,880 pound machine is the largest member of Hyundai’s family of precision excavators. Inside the cab, the operator will encounter an environmentally friendly design, riddled with creature comforts. Features including a fully adjustable seat, adjustable arm rests, large foot pedals, ergonomic joysticks prewired for auxiliary hydraulic funtions and 360 degree visibility all add to the R800LC-7A’s operator friendly cab. The cab is equipped with a left console that raises to an upright position for easy access and exit from the cab. A large capacity air conditioner, improved ventilation system, CD player / radio and water and dust-proofing seals further add to the overall comfort of the cab.

 

 

 

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