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Product Snapshot: Single-Arm Skid Steer and Concrete Roller Screed

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Volvo Construction Equipment has expanded its C-Series skid-steer loader and compact track loader lines with five new models: the radial-lift MC60C and MC70C and the vertical-lift MC85C, MC95C and MCT85C. Rated engine capacities range from 1,350 lb to 1,900 lb, with gross engine power from 48 hp to 59 hp. The C-Series loaders' unusual single-arm design allows for side entry and improves operator visibility. Volvo Construction Equipment; 828-650-2000;
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This week we look at new skid-steer loaders from Volvo and a ridable concrete screed from Allen Engineering. Click on the image to begin the slide show.


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