Rubber-tired skid steer loader L316

rubber-tired skid steer loader
rubber-tired skid steer loader
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Characteristics

Specifications
rubber-tired
Engine power

42 kW (57.1 hp)

Operating weight

2,430 kg (5,357.2 lb)

Description

Meet your challenges head-on with 300 Series skid steer loaders from New Holland. Whether you work in construction, municipal road maintenance, landscaping or farming, these loaders are designed to make your workday more productive and comfortable. MEET YOUR CHALLENGES HEAD-ON New Holland’s ongoing commitment to making the most dependable and innovative construction equipment brings you the 300 Series skid steer loaders. They provide enhanced productivity, comfort and ease, while still delivering outstanding lift and breakout force and rock-solid stability. Customize your machine for your specific demands with a wide array of versatile attachments and options. Powerful performance, fast cycle times, smooth operation New Holland Tier 4 Final engines deliver powerful performance, use less fuel and are easy to maintain to decrease your operating costs. The reliable hydraulic system delivers fast cycle times. In-line hydraulic pumps produce less noise and provide extra-smooth operation. Add the optional optional Ride Control and Self level makes those long work days easier and more productive. Save time between jobsites The 300 Series dual-range transmission provides travel speeds in excess of 11 mph to save time on and between job sites. It is standard on the L320, L321, L328, and L334. New Holland’s long wheelbase gives you stability and smooth riding comfort. A new available creep mode (EH models only) gives you greater control for slow-speed operations like trenching.

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