New Holland’s C237 compact track loader has a 3,700-lb. rated operating capacity at 50 percent tipping load (7,400-lb. tipping load).
New Holland Construction expanded its compact track loader lineup to include the C237. Ready for any farm, rental yard or construction site, the vertical lift C237 model will hold fast to steep slopes and move easily through various terrains, according to the manufacturer. The C237 can lift more hay bales, haul heavier pallets and bigger boulders, and everything in between without the need to worry about DEF (diesel exhaust fluid).
“Our customers told us that while the C238 will fit their needs for lifting and carrying, they didn't need all the horsepower to complete their tasks,” said Doran Herritt, product marketing manager of New Holland Construction. “Because of this feedback, we developed the C237 to have the same operating capacity of the C238 but with a 74-horsepower engine that does not require DEF.”
The C237 model includes:
- 74 hp engine
- 3,700-lb. rated operating capacity at 50 percent tipping load (7,400-lb. tipping load)
- Long track base of 64.5 in. (163.8 cm), with 17.7-in. (50 cm) wide tracks
- Low ground pressure of 4.3 psi
- Strong bucket tip and lift breakout forces of 7,360 and 6,110 lbs. respectively with 78-in. (198 cm) dirt and foundry bucket.
For more information, visit www.construction.newholland.com.
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