Tag Archives: Compact Track Loaders

Eight Tips for Lowering Owning and Operating Costs for Skid Steers, CTLs from CASE

When it comes to owning and operating costs, keeping machines properly maintained at peak operating efficiency means more money in the bank. Proactive maintenance reduces total cost of ownership and prolongs the life of the machine, saving owners and operators time and money. Here are eight tips for lowering owning and operating costs for skid […]

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CASE Introduces New Large-Frame TR340 and TV380: The Industry’s First Tier 4 Final Compact Track Loaders with SCR Technology

CASE Construction Equipment introduces the new TR340 and TV380 compact track loaders (CTLs): the first Tier 4 Final CTLs outfitted with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology. The TR340 rounds out the CASE lineup of large-frame CTLs, now providing customers with both a radial-lift (TR340) and vertical-lift (TV380) design to choose from in the larger footprint. […]

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The New Terex Generation 2 Loaders Boast More Than 100 Upgrades, Builds on Popular Features

Terex introduces its new line of skid steer loaders and compact track loaders specifically designed for rental stores and contractors working in site preparation, construction, landscaping, infrastructure development and demolition applications. Based on proven designs and engineering, the new Terex® Generation 2 (GEN2) loaders feature more than 100 enhancements from the previous models and are […]

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Measuring Up: Factors for Sizing Equipment from Backhoes to Bulldozers from CASE Construction Equipment

What size machine does it take to get the job done? It’s a question with varied answers dependent on the type of equipment, the application, methods of transportation and the environment you work in. And it’s an important question: too small of a machine could leave you short of your production needs, and too large […]

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Terex Introduces Its New Compact & Manueverable PT-35 Compact Track Loader

The smallest compact track loader in the Terex lineup, with a 4-ft wide profile, the new Terex® PT-35 compact track loader is the right tool for productive work in tight situations where access is limited. Featuring a powerful 3-cylinder, turbocharged Perkins 403F-15Tdiesel engine, the 36.2-hp PT-35 compact track loader is the newest member of the […]

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New Cat D Series Compact Track Loaders & Multi Terrain Loaders Feature New Cab with Enhanced Operator Environment and Controls

Caterpillar is introducing three new Cat® D Series Compact Track Loaders and three new Cat D Series Multi Terrain Loaders as well as two updated D Series Compact Track Loaders. The new and updated machines feature a completely new cab with first-in-class designs that enhance operator comfort and control, new lift arm design for improved […]

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Case Adds Larger Engines, Tier 4 Upgrades

Case Construction Equipment upgraded its four largest Alpha Series skid steers and compact track loaders to meet emission requirements for Tier 4 Interim certification The Case SR250 and SV300 skid steers and TR320 and TV380 compact track loaders now feature 90-horsepower (67-kW), 3.4-liter Case diesel engines with the full high-pressure common rail (HPCR) design typically […]

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