Loaders, skid steer

The new Case 400 Series 3 skid steers feature radial- and vertical-lift configurations, redesigned cabs offering more room and better visibility, and superior serviceability for increased uptime.

Bobcat Co. has announced that it is discontinuing production at the company's Bismarck, N.D., plant by the end of 2009. All North American machinery production will be transferred to Bobcat's original manufacturing facility in Gwinner, N.D.

Since inventing the skid steer loader more than 50 years ago, Bobcat has constantly improved loader design to make operators more productive and comfortable.

Though Bobcat Company officials are well aware the economy is struggling to recover from a world-wide recession, they recognized the need for continued product improvement.

The Worksite Pro line for skid steers and compact track loaders include two “dozer” blades, five vibratory rollers, four cold planers, two tillers, and two hydraulic breakers (also works with compact excavators).

The M-4500 series hydraulic boring attachments are available in three distinct configurations: M-4500, M-4500SS and M4500MS.

Caterpillar Backhoes are ideal for demolishing concrete when paired with Caterpillar H45/H50/H63 hammers.

Models MC60B, MC70B, MC80B, MC90B, MC110B have operating capacities from 1,400 to 2,400 pounds and engine power from 45 to 80.5 net hp.

Four Caterpillar C-Series skid steer loaders B 246C, 256C, 262C, 272C B feature electro-hydraulic joystick control of the hydrostatic drive system and electronic torque management for smooth operation and high productivity.

In celebration of its 40th year manufacturing skid steer loaders, Case Construction Equipment is launching the Case Rockin’ Block Party campaign.

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