Case intends to adapt its hydrostatic 650L crawler dozer to residential and confined commercial work sites by retaining its 74 horsepower in a scaled-down package.
Case intends to adapt its hydrostatic 650L crawler dozer to residential and confined commercial work sites by retaining the power in a scaled-down package. At 74 horsepower, its Tier-3-certified Case engine is within one horse of the K Model, but the 17,550-pound LGP weighs nearly 2,000 pounds less. Overall height and length are both about 5 inches less than the K, and the standard blade is slightly smaller (4 inches narrower, and nearly 3 inches shorter). About 4 inches less track length on the ground makes turns easier.
The PR 776 is powered by a Liebherr 12-cylinder diesel engine developing 759 horsepower.
The Liebherr PR 716 Litronic crawler dozer joins the company’s line of “generation 6” crawlers, which is comprised of six models with operating weights from 14.3 to more than 80 tons.
Models 621F and 721F wheel loaders meet Tier 4-Final emissions standards with a 6.7-liter engine using SCR technology
Case is now offering a 12,000-watt generator and 3-in-1 compressor/generator/welder online and through its dealer network.