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Case F Series Wheel Loaders

Case F Series wheel loaders boast faster acceleration, quicker cycle times, and higher travel speeds than the E Series predecessors

January 25, 2011

Case F Series wheel loaders boast faster acceleration, quicker cycle times, and higher travel speeds than the E Series predecessors, with 17 percent greater fuel efficiency. Models  721F, 821F and 921F use selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology to meet Tier 4-I standards, delivering 179, 211 and 242 horsepower, respectively. The 921F loader, with a 4.75-cubic-yard bucket, is a new size class. Bucket capacities are 3.25 cubic yards for the 721F and 4.25 cubic yards for the 821F.

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