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Hyundai Construction R210LC-9 Crawler Excavator
July 24th, 2012
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Hyundai Construction Equipment’s R210LC-9 is a mid-size crawler excavator, powered by a Cummins QSB6.7 water-cooled, 4-cycle, low emission diesel engine with 145 HP (107 KW) @ 1900 rpm. At 49,390 lbs., the excavator has a dig depth of 18’7” (5,680 mm) and bucket digging force of 24,900 lbf (11,290 kgf) making it ideal for mid-size excavating projects, road and utility work and demolition. New steel tube construction on the cab has increased its safety, protection and durability. Once inside the cab, the operator will enjoy many new benefits, including more room due to an increased cab size, better visibility, reduced sound, improved storage and better climate control. Operators of the R210LC-9 will also benefit from a reconfiguration and consolidation of controls and easier access to critical switches. AM/FM Radio/MP3 player all come standard. The R210LC-9 also comes standard with Hyundai’s 7 inch wide color LCD screen Cluster with toggle switch. www.hceamericas.com or call 877-509-2254.
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