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Product Snapshot: Tier 4 Final Pump and Tire Manipulator

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The Mustang 450Z Zero-Tail Excavator is powered by a Yanmar Interim Tier 4 engine with 39 net horsepower. It is designed with no cab overhang in any direction, allowing for greater maneuverability on smaller jobsites. The 450Z has a digging depth of 12 ft and a bucket force of 6,724 lb. The excavator features a hydraulic quick coupler that is compatible with a wide range of attachments. The excavator's hydraulic system has two variable pumps and two gear pumps, allowing pump oil flows to be combined and redirected as needed. Manitou Group; 262-334-6612; www.manitougroup.com
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This week we look at a Tier 4 Final pump from Thompson Pump and a massive tire manipulator from Iowa Mold Tooling. Click to begin the slide show.

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