Aimed at rental businesses, stockyards and warehouses, Case has introduced a new canopy option for its F-Series compact wheel loaders.
The four-post canopy brings great visibility to all sides of Case’s four compact wheel loaders and is ROPS/FOPS-compliant.
The canopy option follows an October update of these machines which added new electro-hydraulic (E/H) controls. You can read more about the new E/H controls by clicking here.
Case says these F-Series machines are designed to offer more reach, lift capacity, visibility and comfort compared to competing compact loaders. They feature Case’s “maintenance-free” Tier 4 Final emissions solution that requires no regeneration or related downtime.
The F-Series loaders feature a compact frame and an articulating rear axle. Multiple couplers and auxiliary hydraulic options are available and enable increased attachment compatibility. A Z-bar linkage is standard and provides greater breakout force. An XT linkage allows select models with parallel lift or bi-directional self-leveling using forks and other lifting attachments.
Some models also feature high-speed axles for travel speeds up to 20.6 mph. More specs are below.
- 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