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Gradall XL 5200 V Crawler Excavator

The XL 5200 V excavator weighs 54,452 pounds, delivers 24,941 pounds of boom force, and has bucket breakout force of 25,405 pounds.

April 12, 2016

The XL 5200 V excavator weighs 54,452 pounds, delivers 24,941 pounds of boom force, and has bucket breakout force of 25,405 pounds. The Tier 4-Final Volvo Penta engine helps improve fuel efficiency by up to 5 percent.

The Gradall telescoping tilting boom tilts 220 degrees, and a load-sensing high-pressure hydraulics system adjusts automatically when switching from high-production digging to finishing work. The boom telescopes to 33 feet 11 inches at ground line, and digs to 25 feet 4 inches deep.

A new counterweight design shortens the rear swing. The track uses triple grouser pads, with widths of 800 or 600 mm. Each track has dual-range high-torque piston motors.

The seating module can be adjusted eight different ways, and the operator has two electronic foot pedals with handles in the cab. An automatic two-speed control can shift the crawler into low speed for challenging travel conditions.

Series V machines have almost 70 percent parts commonality, simplifying the task of maintaining inventories to complete common service functions.

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