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CASE Construction Equipment introduces new open canopy option for F Series wheel loaders

The open canopy model offers added visibility and includes the same electro-hydraulic controls as the enclosed model

CASE Construction Equipment introduces new open canopy option for F Series wheel loaders

CASE Construction Equipment has introduced a new open canopy option for its F Series compact wheel loader lineup. Ideal for rental businesses, agriculture, supply yards, warehouses and other applications where open-cab units are preferred, the new rugged four-post ROPS/FOPS-compliant canopy option offers added visibility to all sides of the machine and includes the same new upgraded electro-hydraulic controls as the enclosed-cab configuration.

The F Series compact wheel loaders provide operators with more reach, lift capacity, visibility and comfort compared to other light equipment. The F Series compact wheel loaders feature CASE's maintenance-free Tier 4 Final solution that requires no regeneration or related downtime. A compact frame and articulating rear axle provide a stable lifting strength of more than 8,300 pounds at full height.

The compact wheel loaders also offer multiple couplers and auxiliary hydraulic options for increased attachment compatibility. Standard Z-bar linkage provides greater breakout force, while the XT linkage provides select models with parallel lift or bi-directional self-leveling when using forks and other lifting attachments for loading or lift-and-carry applications. Select models also feature high-speed axles that provide travel speeds up to 20.6 MPH (33.1 KPH).

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