Compact Equipment

JUL 2018

Compact Equipment is a magazine dedicated to equipment owners and operators of small, nimble, tool-carrying construction, landscape and ag equipment — such as skid steers, mini excavators, compact tractors, generators compressors and beyond.

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Model Engine Horsepower Net HP Operating Weight Bucket Breakout Force Lifting Capacity At Full Height Max. Travel Speed Forward (Reverse) Turning Radius 21F XT 55 hp 10,913 lbs 6,753 lbs 5,287 lbs 12.4 mph (12.4 mph) 12 ft, 2.6 in. 21F Z 55 hp 11,272 lbs 9,199 lbs 7,050 lbs 12.4 mph (12.4 mph) 12 ft, 2.6 in. 121F XT 60 hp 11,023 lbs 6,559 lbs 5,265 lbs 12.4 mph (12.4 mph) 12 ft, 2.6 in. 121F Z 60 hp 11,618 lbs 8,971 lbs 6,771 lbs 12.4 mph (12.4 mph) 12 ft, 2.6 in. 221F 70 hp 12,547 lbs 10,959 lbs 8,317 lbs 11.4 mph (11.4 mph) 13 ft, 1.6 in. 221F HS 70 hp 12,547 lbs 10,959 lbs 8,317 lbs 18.6 mph (18.6 mph) 13 ft, 1.6 in. 321F 70 hp 13,303 lbs 10,076 lbs 8,354 lbs 12.4 mph (12.4 mph) 13 ft, 1.6 in. 321F HS 70 hp 13,303 lbs 10,076 lbs 8,354 lbs 20.6 mph (20.6 mph) 13 ft, 1.6 in. Case Four Loaders with Variants Offer Power, Speed and Maneuverability Advice to Buyers "The arm configurations can make all the difference when it comes to wheel loaders," says Brad Stem- per, product manager, Case Construction Equip - ment. "Z-bar is the most common configuration, but XT arms make more sense for material han- dling applications." C ase F Series compact wheel loaders are designed for faster cycle times, maneu- verability in close quarters and improved material retention. The attachment coupler works with a wide range of attachment brands for flexibility and con- venience, and a robust and compact frame provides stability and improved breakout forces and power to the ground with a maintenance-free Tier 4 Final engine. A solid compact frame provides a tighter turning radius, better clearance into barns and outbuildings and better maneuverability on constricted jobsites and nar- row passageways, while the Z-bar linkage provides stronger breakout force for tough jobs. The inch and brake pedal progressively disengages the transmission in the decelerating phase while progressively engaging the brakes, allowing power to be diverted to the loader's hydraulics without disconnecting the drive yet still main- taining constant engine rpms. Optional creep speed allows the operator to indepen- dently set engine rpm and ground speed for greater control and performance with various attachments. The high-flow option comes with creep speed, which provides maximum hydrau- lic flow at constant speed in the 0- to 3.1-mph range, ideal for tasks such as snow plowing and cold planing. A front electrical socket and case drain complete the package. The F Series compact wheel loaders are designed to provide easy access to all daily and routine ser- vice points. A skid steer-style coupler and auxiliary hydrau- lic connections make attach- ment hookups fast and easy. The rear axle on the F Series oscillates to a maximum an- gle of 20 degrees, allowing the rear wheels to maintain contact with the ground in undulating terrain, enhanc- ing overall safety and load retention. All F Series compact wheel loaders offer a roomy ROPS-/ FOPS-certified cab with a spa- cious width of nearly 5 ft. It's fully sealed and pressurized to keep out noise, dust and fumes and offers an optional radio and upgraded climate control system. The 121F and 21F are available in both XT and Z-bar models. The 221F and 321F are available with a high-speed axle configura- tion, providing forward and reverse speeds up to 19 and 21 mph, respectively. Case notes that these are compact machines with super-sized features. These com- pact wheel loaders pick up where its skid steers leave off in lift capacity, ground clear- ance, cab height/visibility and application versatility. Multiple linkage, a hydraulic coupler, axle options combined with Ride Control and a maintenance-free Tier 4 solu- tion add versatility and performance capacities when you need them the most. 114 Compact Equipment JULY/AUGUST 2018 W H E E L L O A D E R S

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