January 2015, Vol. 70, No. 1

New Products

Gradall Spotlights XL 4300 III Excavator

The exclusive Gradall design allows the XL 4300 III Gradall excavators to work at the front, rear or either side of the machine without the need to use outriggers, which are an option on these Gradall models.

The stability of the XL 4300 III, which weighs about 43,580 pounds, complements the excavator’s performance and versatility capabilities with the telescoping, tilting boom and a host of attachments. Because the entire boom tilts rather than only a boom-end accessory, the XL 4300 III does not lose any boom-end power on high productivity jobs requiring mass excavation or trenching. The tilting boom is able to place buckets, grapples, hammers and other attachments in the exact position required and from any direction.

The XL 4300 III also has a short tail swing allowing it to work on highway jobs without unnecessary traffic disruption. The smooth telescoping boom movement is also ideal for placing jersey barriers with less barrier swing.

A host of standard advantages include air conditioning, removable front window, a large adjustable seating module and a switch to select Gradall, SAE or Deere joystick patterns.

The maximum digging depth of the XL 4300 III is increased to 21 feet, 3 inches while the boom reach at ground line is extended to 30 feet, 4 inches. 330.339.2211, gradall.com

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