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Products   06/30/2010
Utility Vehicle: High Capacity in Small Package Utility Vehicle: High Capacity in Small Package The Bobcat Model 3400 Utility vehicle features on-demand, four-wheel drive and is available with a 24.8-hp diesel engine or a 32-hp gas engine with electronic fuel injection. It sports a corrosion-resistant composite cargo box with a maximum load capacity of 1,100 lb and a single-latch tailgate. Cab options include bench seating and an enclosed cab with heating. It has a rated working capacity of 1,600 lb and a towing capacity of 1,500 lb. Optional accessories include a powered cargo box lift and a tool holder. Bobcat Co.; 701-241-8700; www.bobcat.com
Battery Pack: Compact
Battery Pack: Compact
Battery Pack: Compact Dewalt’s 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion line of compact tools includes a 1/4-in. screwdriver, a 3?8-in. drill/driver, 1/4-in. impact wrench, a inspection camera and an infrared thermometer. The tools’ lithium-ion batteries are able to fully charge in 40 minutes. The battery fits on the base of the tool’s handle so it doesn’t interfere with the contoured grip. DeWalt; 800-433-9258; www.dewalt.com
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