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Designed for trenching and excavating in space-restrictive applications, Terex introduced the TC50 compact crawler excavator. Offering a zero-tail swing platform, the TC50’s offset boom allows for working in close proximity next to buildings and foundations. Ideal for landscape, plumbing, septic, electrical and utility installations, the TC50 is designed with an 39.4-horsepower Yanmar 4TNV88 engine and load-sensing and load-independent flow division hydraulics system that are matched to the machine’s size. It weighs in at 11,067 pounds, and it offers a maximum dig depth of 12 feet 1 inch and a maximum reach of 20 feet 4 inches. It handles 2.5 13.2 feet3 bucket capacities, and it is ideal for using a hydraulic hammer. The 78-inch wide dozer blade is independently controlled from the track drive for uninterrupted operation.