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Mustang 2012 Skid Steer Loader

June 1st, 2009

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3314-2012_Glamour-(2)Mustang’s 2012 Skid Steer Loader measures only 3-feet wide and 6.25-feet tall, making it ideal for maneuvering through narrow alleys, doorways, aisles and corridors. Other features include: super-compact 36-inch width with 5.70 x 12 tire option, or 42-inch width with 8.50 x 12 heavy-duty flotation tire option; powerful 24-hp Yanmar diesel engine; rated operating capacity of 850 pounds, and lift height of 96 inches; auxiliary hydraulic couplers provide easy access for powering a variety of compact attachments; operator-friendly ROPS/FOPS Level II provides safety and accessibility; universal-style, quick-attach attachment bracket speeds attachment changes; SAHR (spring-applied, hydraulic release) brake system responds quickly, holding the loader whenever the operator leaves the seat; easily transportable, with an overall machine weight less than 2,900-pounds.

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