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Link-Belt 250 X3, 300 X3, and 350 X3 excavators

Link-Belt 250 X3, 300 X3, and 350 X3 excavators are Tier-4 compliant and feature an upgraded, luxury cab environment.

March 01, 2011

Link-Belt 250 X3, 300 X3, and 350 X3 excavators are Tier-4 compliant and feature an upgraded, luxury cab environment. Cab features a top-of-the-line, 7-inch color work monitor; rear-view camera; and auxiliary audio jack for MP3s or iPods. Enhanced hydraulics result in cycle time improvements of 3 to 5 percent, the manufacturer says.

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