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Case CX145D SR Excavator

The 32,100-pound excavator uses a compact counterweight and modified boom placement for a reduced footprint

August 17, 2017
Case CX145D SR crawler excavator uses a compact counterweight

The 32,100-pound CX145D SR minimum-swing-radius crawler excavator uses a compact counterweight and modified boom placement for a reduced footprint, and its 102-horsepower Tier 4-F engine uses no diesel particulate filter. An electronically controlled hydraulic pump, large control valve, and multiple sensors enhance lifting capacity and response, says Case, while further refining the Case Intelligent Hydraulic System, which uses four integrated systems to manage engine and hydraulic performance for optimum productivity and fuel economy. An Auto Power Boost feature increases digging forces in tough applications, and three power modes allowing tailoring performance to the application.

Standard features include free swing, oil-sampling ports, control-pattern changer (ISO/SAE), rear-view/side-view cameras, and heated air-ride seat. Options include the Case Max View Monitor for 270-degree visibility, dozer blade, and a choice of steel or rubber tracks.

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