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The digging and reach capabilities of the 173-horsepower XL 4300 III is complemented by the 43,000-pound wheeled excavator's stability, says Gradall.

October 01, 2009

Gradall XL 4300 III Wheeled ExcavatorWith the new Gradall XL 4300 III wheeled excavator, maximum digging depth has been extended to 21 feet 3 inches and boom reach at groundline is stretched to 30 feet 4 inches. The work capabilities of the XL 4300 III, powered by a new 173-horsepower Detroit Mercedes engine, is complemented by the 43,000-pound machine's stability with front axle oscillation locks, says Gradall. The entire boom tilts, rather than only a boom-end accessory, meaning no boom-end power is lost on jobs requiring mass excavation, trenching, spreading rip-rap, demolition or pavement removal. The tilting boom is able to place buckets, grapples, hammers and other attachments in precise position from any direction.


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