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Trico Takes Its Case Light Line Equipment on the Road in NJ

Wed March 09, 2005 - Northeast Edition
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Starting immediately, Trico sales personnel will be traveling throughout New Jersey demoing Case’s Light Line, which includes the new 400 Series skid steers, first line of compact track loaders, compact excavators and compact wheel loaders.

The new Case 400 Series skid steers include eight models — 410, 420, 430, 435, 440, 445, 450 and 465 — to take on loads from 1,500 lbs. up to 3,000 lbs. (1,360 to 680 kg).

Case recently introduced its first line of compact track loaders. These heavy-duty machines combine technology from the Case 400 Series skid steers with the undercarriage technology of the Case crawler dozers and excavators.

The line includes two models, the power reach vertical lift 445CT and the power cycle radial arm configuration 450CT. The 445CT offers 74 net hp (552 kW) with a lift capacity of 3,500 lbs. (1,587 kg). The 450CT delivers 82 net hp (61 kW) and a lift capacity of 3,857 lbs. (1,749 kg).

Five new CX excavators from Case offer zero tail-swing and a center-swing boom ideal for tight working spaces. These models include the CX31, CX36 and CX50.

Case’s Minimum Swing-Radius excavators — the CX75 and CX80 — can dig and lift in tight work areas, such as cramped downtown construction sites, or along busy highways. Both machines combine the power of a full-size excavator with the flexibility of a compact, according to Case.

Although compact in size, the new Case D Series 2 compact wheel loaders are ideal for a wide variety of applications such as residential construction, landscaping and industrial material handling.

Limited-slip front axles combined with efficient weight distribution gives these machines the traction to continue to work efficiently in changing job-site conditions. An articulated frame provides a tight 41-degree turning radius for maneuverability.

For more information, call 856/697-1414 ext. 1110.