Wacker Neuson bills its WL 37 articulated wheel loader as the only articulated loader that offers optional high-flow auxiliary hydraulics.
Wacker Neuson bills its WL 37 articulated wheel loader as the only articulated loader that offers optional high-flow auxiliary hydraulics. The 3.7-metric-ton unit has a straight load capacity of 5,926 pounds and fully articulated tipping capacity of 4,912 pounds using a standard 0.78-cubic-yard bucket. A 77.8-horsepower turbocharged Deutz diesel powers the unit. Standard auxiliary hydraulics functions at 17 gpm, and optional high-flow at 33 gpm. A 100-percent on-demand differential lock provides traction for slippery conditions or when driving into a pile of material. Engine cover and compartment allows for access to maintenance and service points, and the cab can be tipped for access to the hydraulic system, electrical system and articulated cylinder.
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