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Terex Fuchs MHL 350
November 19, 2007

Debuted in 2006, the redesigned Terex Fuchs MHL 350 material handler included design enhancements that included improved lifting capabilities, an updated cab with on-screen display and compliance with Tier 3. This machine was redesigned to meet the specific needs of the scrap-handling market. The increased weight and lift capacities of the redesigned MHL 350 enable the use of larger grapples and magnets and the fitting of longer reach packages. In addition, a new boom design with optimized kinematics enables higher lifting capacities across the full-operating range. The force of the MHL 350’s swinging torque increased by nearly 20 percent. The MHL 350 offers a 198-horsepower Deutz turbo-charged, diesel engine. Also new on the MHL 350 is a dual-circuit hydraulic system, which employs a dual-hydraulic pump design.