Equipment Type

 Wheeled Excavators

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The XL 5300 III weighs 51,216 pounds and has a maximum reach of 33 feet 10 inches, maximum dig depth of 24 feet 7 inches, and bucket breakout force of 25,405 pounds.

Models R55-9A and R55W-9A have been upgraded with Tier 4-Final engines.

The TW85 and TW110 wheeled excavators have operating weights of 18,519 and 24,229 pounds, respectively

With an operating weight of 111,000 pounds, the MH3049 is the first of several wheeled material handlers that Caterpillar will introduce in the greater-than-25-tons class.

Doosan has upgraded its DX190W-3 wheeled excavator with a 176-horsepower DL06KB diesel engine meeting Tier 4-Interim standards.

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