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Joystick steering on Case's E Series full-sized wheel loaders is designed to cut operator fatigue and boost machine productivity in repetitive-cycle operations.

May 01, 2009

Case E Series Wheel LoadersJoystick steering now available on Case's E Series full-sized wheel loaders will, says the company, cut operator fatigue and boost machine productivity in repetitive-cycle operations such as scrap and recycling, quarries and material handling. Housed in the left armrest of the machine, the option includes a joystick lever, a forward, neutral and reverse switch, and a transmission kick-down switch. Joystick steering can be used in all gears and work modes, operating at full response with the loader traveling at under 12 miles per hour and at 80 percent when over 12 miles per hour, says Case Construction Equipment. Joystick operation is not recommended for roading applications. With six full-sized models from the 521E to the 1221E, Case E Series wheel loaders range from 118 to 320 net horsepower.

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