Operators can now adjust the responsiveness of the lift and tilt bucket functions on these loaders thanks to new electro-hydraulic controls. Lift and tilt settings can be adjusted with two new three-way rocker switches mounted on the side console.
The switches allow for toggling between high, medium and low responsiveness of the loader lift arms independently of the attachment tilt functions.
Case says the new controls also offer automated bucket metering functionality, delivering more precise and more consistent movement of the bucket edge while metering or sifting material into a truck or feed wagon.
The loaders also feature a new E-inching pedal for improved response and more control in applications where the operator requires the machine to move more precisely at slow speeds.
A breakdown of the key specs for all four models is below. Available options on Case’s F-Series compact loaders include a deluxe cab, air-ride seat, Bluetooth radio and LED lighting.
- 21F: Operating weight: 11,272 pounds; Lift Capacity: 5,287 pounds
- 121F: Operating weight: 11,618 pounds; Lift Capacity: 5,265 pounds
- 221F: Operating weight: 12,547 pounds; Lift Capacity: 8,317 pounds
- 321F: Operating weight: 13,303 pounds; Lift Capacity: 8,354 pounds