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Bobcat has introduced a Turf-Friendly Replacement Track for its compact track loaders. The track is designed to fit T250, T300, T320, T750 and T770 models. The tracks are intended for working in landscaped areas and reduce the risk of damaging irrigation systems and underground utility lines. The rubber tracks are available in black and orange and are made of a proprietary rubber compound that will not leave marks on hard surfaces, such as concrete. Bobcat Co.; 701-241-8700;
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ENR's weekly look at construction products and gadgets includes Turf-Friendly Replacement Track for Bobcat's compact track loaders, news about the RIDGID Manual Hydraulic Bender, CAS45R and CAS60R rotary-screw air compressors from Iowa Mold Tooling Co., Mapelastic CI and Topcon's latest GPS receivers. (Click on slideshow to launch.)


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