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Product Snapshot: Upgraded Field Controller and iT4 Loaders

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Bobcat has updated its 700 and 800 M-Series Loaders with engines that meet the Interim Tier 4 standard. The new engines feature auto-idle functions to conserve fuel. The company has upgraded the S850 and T870 models with a higher operational hydraulic pressure, resulting in greater breakout and lift forces as well as shorter digging cycles. A hydraulic control valve allows an operator to tilt attachments regardless of auxiliary hydraulic pressure, granting finer control over planers, wheel saws, grapples and tillers. Bobcat Co.; 701-241-8700; www.bobcat.com
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This week we look at a feature update for Topcon field controllers and Bobcat’s new Interim Tier 4 Loader. Click here to begin the slide show.

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