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Featuring the repowered 3.2-liter Tier III-certified Case engine, the Case 321E compact wheel loader delivers 72 net horsepower and has an operating weight of 12,676 pounds.

September 01, 2008

Featuring the repowered 3.2-liter Tier III-certified Case engine, the Case 321E compact wheel loader delivers 72 net horsepower and has an operating weight of 12,676 pounds. A high-efficiency cooling package provides improved accessibility and greater air flow across the coolers, thus extending component life. Other features include sight gauges positioned at eye level, flip-up rear hood for ground-line access to the engine, and more than 75 optional attachments.

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