Equipment Roundup: Terramac intros RT7R crawler carrier; BOMAG gives glimpse of future equipment; Peterbilt brings back Pride & Class to Model 389; Paladin intros first brush cutter for compact excavators; More equipment deals arrive

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Equipment makers bring out more new machine deals amid coronavirus downturn

Manufacturers and their dealers continue to ramp up their offers on new equipment buys in an effort to entice buyers in a down market. And one dealer is offering financing deals on all brands of used equipment and rental contract discounts.

Check out an overview of the latest offers we’ve come across at the link below.

 

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Paladin intros its first brush cutter for compact excavators (VIDEO)

A year after being acquired by Stanley Black & Decker, Paladin has launched its first brush cutter for compact excavators.

The new MX Series brings similar performance of the company’s GroundShark for skid steers and compact track loaders to excavators from 3 to 8 metric tons.

 

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Peterbilt’s Pride & Class package is back on the Model 389

Peterbilt has announced the return of a popular trim package for its Model 389.

The Pride & Class package was introduced with a limited production run in 2014 and 2017 featuring a highly polished hood crown surrounding a classic style louvered grille sheet, a brightly polished hood spine, chrome hood side accents and polished hood fenders. The side of the truck is accentuated with polished rocker panels, bright cowl skirts, battery box, fuel tanks, and trimmed mud flaps. The exterior look is finished off with a polished exterior sun visor, bumper, exhaust stacks and an exclusive Pride & Class emblem on the sleeper.

 

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BOMAG concepts envision electric, LPG BW 120 rollers; fully autonomous ROBOMAG compactor (VIDEO)

At ConExpo 2020, BOMAG gave a glimpse of the company’s vision for the future of asphalt compaction, with concept rollers that run on battery, liquified petroleum gas or with no operator on the machine.

The company displayed its concept alternative-drive BW 120 AD-5 tandem rollers, one with an electric engine and another that runs on LPG, for working in areas with strict environmental requirements. The booth was also occupied by the ROBOMAG fully autonomous tandem vibratory roller, which the company unveiled at last year’s Bauma show in Germany.

 

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Terramac debuts compact RT7R crawler carrier with 360-degree rotation

Terramac’s new RT7R crawler carrier is designed for tight spaces when the payload of a larger carrier isn’t needed.

It’s also small and light enough at 24,080 pounds to be hauled on a tag trailer behind a line truck, the company says.

 

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