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Kobelco Crawler Excavators
June 21st, 2013
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Kobelco offers a full range of 16 crawler excavators in the 3,000 lb. to 180,000 lb. classes for the rental, landscape, construction, aggregate, roadbuilding, material handling, site preparation, recycling and ancillary markets, including zero tail swing, standard, long-reach and compact models. 5 of these models fall in the under 8 metric ton range. The smallest of Kobelco’s excavators is the SK17SR model. Perfect for working in tight spaces, this 3,640 lb. mini has a compact footprint with zero tail overhang and tracks that retract to an overall width of 39”, allowing it to fit through narrow openings. The SK27SR and SK35SR models provide a bit more muscle for heavier-duty digging and lifting, while boasting a zero tail swing radius for jobs where space is limited. Kobelco’s 55SRx, 12,295 lb., 39 hp compact excavator is a versatile, short radius excavator that provides full-size performance. Then come Kobelco’s Midi excavators such as the SK75R, a 17,100 lb. workhorse and the boom swing version, the SK85MS. These 55 hp, short rear swing machines incorporate all of Kobelco’s fuel-saving technologies.
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