Equipment Roundup: Deere intros backhoe for skid steers, CTLs; Roush unveils 2019 Super Duty trucks; Land-clearing attachment roundup; Manitowoc previews first mobile self-erecting crane; Wirtgen intros F-Series milling machines
Wayne Grayson | May 13, 2019

Wirtgen intros F-Series large milling machines

Offering milling widths from 1.5 to 2.5 meters (4.9 to 8.2 feet) and milling depths of up to 330 millimeters (13 inches), Wirtgen‘s new W 210 Fi, W 200 Fi and W 200 F models are equipped with engines rated up to 755 horsepower (563 kilowatts) and a high torque output at 1,300 rpm.

 

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Manitowoc debuts Potain Hup M 28-22, its first mobile self-erecting crane

Alongside several other new crane introductions at the 2019 Bauma trade show, Manitowoc previewed one more scheduled for a 2020 release.

Manitowoc says the Potain Hup M 28-22 is its first Hup lineup crane to prioritize mobility. The crane will launch as the most compact crane in its class at only 38 feet long when folded.

 

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Turn your equipment into land-clearing machines with these 13 attachments

Whether you’re taking out trees, grinding out mulch or grabbing debris, these 13 attachments will turn your excavator, skid steer or other construction equipment into land-clearing machines.

 

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Roush adds another layer of capability to Super Duty with 2019 F-250, F-350 performance trucks

Roush Performance recently announced the release of its most capable heavy-duty truck ever, the 2019 Roush Super Duty.

Roush offers the 2019 Roush Super Duty on 2019 Ford F-250 and F-350 trucks equipped with either the 6.2 liter SOHC 2-Valve Flex Fuel V8 (385 hp; 430 lb.-ft. torque) or the 6.7 liter PowerStroke Turbo Diesel V8 (450 hp; 935 lb.-ft. torque).

 

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Turn your skid steer or CTL into a backhoe with Deere’s new attachments

John Deere has introduced three new backhoe attachments for use on skid steers and compact track loaders, allowing operators to dig in tight spaces and up to 11 feet deep.

 

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