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kramer 420 wheel loader

Discussion in 'Compact Wheel Loaders' started by fendtman, Jun 21, 2010.

  1. fendtman

    fendtman Well-Known Member

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    any experience with one, what are the spec's on them.
     
  2. Hanomag

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    The Kramer 420 has been replaced some time ago.

    Basic spec is - 66hp (either a Perkins or Deutz engine).

    about 10,880 lbs weight.

    Standard bucket is 1.4 cuyd.

    Dump height is 8.3 feet.

    Usually fitted with a quick-hitch.

    Has all wheel steer.

    Made in Germany.

    They last forever.

    Users swear by them.

    Kramer is now part of Wacker

    Try www.wackerneuson.com (I think)

    Regards
     
  3. fendtman

    fendtman Well-Known Member

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    thanks for reply
     
  4. fendtman

    fendtman Well-Known Member

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    dump hight

    is that to bottom of bucket when dumped?