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Case has been making skid steer loaders since as far back as 1969 with their 1530 uni-loader and has been selling the skid steers in wheel and tracked versions worldwide since. check out post-2011 model years, as this was when Case launched a brand new range of compact track loaders and skidsteers. Later in 2015 the Tier 4 Final (EU Stage IIIB) models were launched. 2017 saw the introduction of an upgraded engine on the 90hp models using SCR only (no EGR) – this coincided with Case making their 300,000th skid steer. The current B Series range was launched in 2020 with a stage V emission upgrade in 2021. there are twelve models in the range. Check out the model numbers carefully as there are SRO and SV models – SR denotes radial lift and SV denotes vertical – Read on below for an explanation of this.
The are two lift options for your wheeled or tracked skid steer loaders. vertical or radial. If you don’t want to read the explanation, the simple answer is that Radial loading skid steers are best suited to excavating, grading and digging below grade. Vertical-lift machines are ideal for loading and unloading trucks.
To explain why this is the case, when the operator raises the arm, the radial-lift arm swings out in an arc before reaching its highest point. The loader arm on the vertical-lift machine on the other hand raises straight up and then out.