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Product Snapshot: Loader-Tool Carrier and Pipe Fusion Machine

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The Case 570N XT Loader-Tool Carrier is powered by a 78-net-hp engine that employs cooled-exhaust-gas recirculation and a diesel particulate filter to meet Interim Tier 4 emissions standards. It has a bucket breakout force of 9,271 lb and a hinge-pin height of 11 ft, 3 in. The loader-tool carrier features the same power-train components as Case N Series loaders and backhoes. Case Construction Equipment; 866-542-2736; www.casece.com
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This week we look at an Interim Tier 4 loader-tool carrier from Case Construction Equipment and an upgraded pipe fusion machine from McElroy Manufacturing. Click to begin the slide show.

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