Weighing in at 8,100 pounds, Komatsu’s new Dash-6 compact wheel loader, WA50-6, is powered by a 38.6-horsepower engine and has a dump height of 8 feet 1 inch.
Weighing in at 8,100 pounds, Komatsu's new Dash-6 compact wheel loader, WA50-6, is powered by a 38.6-horsepower engine and has a dump height of 8 feet 1 inch. The compact wheel loader is equipped with standard auxiliary hydraulics, which simplifies attachment installation and enhances the capability and versatility of the machine, according to Komatsu. The company has also included KOMTRAX technology, able to wirelessly send location and machine operating data from the WA50-6 to a secure Web site for monitoring.
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