Equipment Roundup: Link-Belt 350 X4 excavator; Ram unveils 2019 Laramie Longhorn; Dozer sales trends; Hyundai redesigns quick coupler; International unveils mid-range trucks

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Updated Feb 8, 2018

INFOGRAPHIC: Dozer sales and buyer trends

A snapshot of new and used sales trends from Randall-Reilly’s Equipment Data Associates and TopBid auction price service.


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Hyundai intros redesigned quick coupler for HL900-series loaders

During the World of Concrete show in Las Vegas, Hyundai announced that it is bringing a redesigned quick coupler option to the Z-bar models of its HL900-series wheel loaders.

The quick coupler is ISO 23727 compliant and accommodates multiple attachment types used in construction, agricultural and industrial applications.


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International unveils HV507, HV607 mid-range diesel trucks with a config aimed at concrete

Unveiled at the recent World of Concrete show in Las Vegas, International announced a new Mid-Range Diesel (MRD) HV Series, which includes a bridge formula truck for the concrete industry.

The HV507 and HV607 models are powered by either a Cummins B6.7 or L9 engines and have a 107-inch BBC dimension, making them shorter than the HV513 and HV613, and complete the transition from previous International WorkStar models.


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Ram unveils 2019 1500 Laramie Longhorn with “craftsman-like” western details

Wood surfaces, leather seats, a ton of technology and Southwestern styling. These are the touches that Ram says make the all-new 2019 1500 Laramie Longhorn a “no compromise luxury pickup.”

Though the truck carries the same great exterior styling redesign unveiled a couple of weeks ago across the 2019 Ram 1500 lineup, the interior of the Laramie Longhorn is what sets it apart, Ram says.


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New Link-Belt 350 X4 long-front excavator designed for speed, power and efficiency

The new Link-Belt 350 X4 LF long-front excavator from LBX boasts increased fuel efficiency and longer arm, boom and auxiliary spools than previous models.

LBX added an Isuzu Tier 4 Final engine to the excavator, which requires no diesel particulate filter. It also features a 3 percent consumption rate of diesel exhaust fluid and a large tank to allow long work hours without DEF refill.


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