Case Construction Equipment’s Ram Laramie Longhorn-inspired 580 Super N wide track backhoe loader features the iconic Ram Laramie Longhorn two-tone black and white gold paint scheme.
Case Construction Equipment’s Ram Laramie Longhorn-inspired 580 Super N wide track backhoe loader which features the iconic Ram Laramie Longhorn two-tone black and white gold paint scheme, will tour the country at Ram- and Case-sponsored events with a new Ram 3500 Laramie Longhorn Crew Cab 4x4 truck. The machine also features a newly detailed cab designed to match the look and feel of the Ram Laramie Longhorn interior, as well as new chrome detailing and badges to give the backhoe the distinctive Ram appearance.
"Countless contractors rely on both the durability and performance of Ram Trucks and Case Construction Equipment," said Katie Pullen, brand marketing manager, Case Construction Equipment. "Matching this truck and backhoe showcase two of the construction industry’s most enduring job site images — the rugged Ram 3500 dually and the tireless Case backhoe loader. Ram Truck is an excellent partner to Case, and we’re excited to spend 2014 showcasing these technologies together."
"The Ram 3500 heavy duty is by far the most capable pickup truck on the market, and like Case Construction Equipment, is no stranger to hard work. With its long list of best-in-class claims — including payload, power and towing — the Ram 3500 is well suited for the job site," said Reid Bigland, president and CEO — Ram Truck Brand, Chrysler Group LLC. "The award-winning Laramie Longhorn model is loaded inside and out with distinctive Western-style design cues. With its matching Case backhoe, this rig is a show-stopper."
The 580 Super N wide track features a 3.4-L, turbocharged 95 hp engine that burns cleaner while delivering superior horsepower, faster response and up to 5 percent better fuel efficiency under load. The N Series models’ lifting capabilities outperform competitive backhoes by as much as 39 percent while running at low RPMs. Additionally, these machines deliver significant increases in breakout force, lift and reach when compared to previous models, according to the manufacturer.
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