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Gradall's XL-4200-II excavator, weighing in at 44,300 pounds with 31.5-inch shoes, is mounted on a big undercarriage with tracks that are 7 percent longer than its predecessor.

December 01, 2004

 XL-4200-II

Gradall's XL-4200-II excavator, weighing in at 44,300 pounds with 31.5-inch shoes, is mounted on a big undercarriage with tracks that are 7 percent longer than its predecessor. Equipped with a six-cylinder, turbo John Deere diesel engine, it has nearly 11 percent more horsepower. This boost in power, coupled with refinement of its hydraulic system, results in a stated increase in breakout force of nearly 35 percent. Of course, the new model retains its telescopic boom with 220-degree tilt—a hallmark design feature of Gradall excavators. The boom and boom cradle, however, have been completely redesigned. It also sports a new cab. Estimated list price: $198,800.

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