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Cat 416F, 420F, 430F Backhoe Loaders

Three new Cat F series backhoe loaders have new Tier 4-Interim engines. Models 416F and 420F retain their horsepower ratings (87 and 93, respectively), but the 430F increases to 109 horsepower.

January 24, 2012

Three new Cat F series backhoe loaders have new Tier 4-Interim engines. Models 416F and 420F retain their horsepower ratings (87 and 93, respectively), but the 430F increases to 109 horsepower. New lift arms increase maximum hinge-pin height by 5 percent, maximum dump height by 7 percent, bucket breakout force by up to 9 percent, and lift capacity at maximum height up to 13 percent. Comparisons are to the previous E Series models. Caterpillar placed the DPF under the step into the cab, and the exhaust stack aligns with the cab pillar to provide visibility to the loader. E Series features that have been retained include: load-sensing, closed-center hydraulic system; the Cat four-speed Power Shuttle transmission; excavator-style boom; and ergonomic, automotive-style operator's station.

Cat F Series backhoe loader specifications

416F

  • Operating weight: 14,881 lb.
  • Dig depth: 14’3”
  • Net power: 87 hp

420F

  • Operating weight: 15,201 lb.
  • Dig depth: 14’3”
  • Net power: 93 hp

430F

  • Operating weight: 15,708 lb.
  • Dig depth: 15’4”
  • Net power: 109 hp

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