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New compact wheel loaders launched

New compact wheel loaders launched

Mustang launches 608 and 708 model series with range of new features.

Mustang has added two articulated loader models to the line – the 608 at 64 hp and the 708 at 74 hp. The new line – the 608 and 708 machines have larger engines and higher horsepower than competitive machines. Both machines feature Tier 4 certified engines with Yanmar power in the 608 and Deutz power in the 708 machine. The Yanmar engine uses a diesel particulate filter after-treating system while the Deutz uses a diesel oxidation catalyst after-treatment system.

Material movers from Mustang Mfg., offer versatility, and power, in a compact platform.

The machines feature a range of standard convenience features such as a digital instrumentation display, Power-A-Tach attachment mounting system, and a multi-function joystick. Digging and scraping performance is boosted because of the highest breakout forces in their respective classes. The machines also have front and rear locking differentials.

The machines feature a heavy duty, oscillating articulation joint with 45 degree turning angles to the left and the right and 10 degrees of oscillation in both directions for traction and maneuverability. Learn more about the new machines by visiting mustangmfg.com.

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