EVERUN ER12 WHEEL LOADER for sale $27,900
|Title||EVERUN ER12 WHEEL LOADER|
|Bucket Capacity - m3||0.85|
|Net engine power SAE rated - kW||37|
|Operating Weight - kg||3,300|
All Everun Loaders come standard with extra large air conditioned cabins for operator comfort, a reversing camera for extra safely, high output lighting front and rear and a CD/USB stereo. All Everun machines are fitted with large suspension seat which is fully adjustable and a rear cast iron counter weight with reduced overhang to allow for better manoeuvrability over cheaper imports with concrete counterbalance weight.
Please contact us for a competitive freight quote Australia Wide. We have been involved in the machinery business since 2003 and have many happy customers Australia wide.
1200 kg lift capacity
24 Volt Dual Battery
Joystick Loader Control with float function
Oversized ROPS FOPS Cabin
Transmission forward/reverse electronic control on joystick
Hydraulic Quick Hitch
Flashing Orange Rooftop Safety Light
Rated Bucket Capacity: 0.65m3
Rated Load: 1200kg ( This is the safe working load, not the maximum load capacity)
Overall weight: 3300kg
Bucket Width: 1800mm
Dump Clearance at full lift: 2450mm
Standard Engine Model: XINCHAI 4DW91-45
Rated Power: 37KW
Wheel Base: 2250mm
Standard Tyre: 12-16.5
Max Driving Speed: 16km/h
Every Everun loader comes with the standard bucket PLUS a 4 in 1 bucket and a set of pallet forks at no extra charge.Use the hydraulic quick hitch to change attachments in a matter of seconds.
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Everun Loaders, factory direct to the end user, save thousands of dollars and enjoy years of trouble free low maintenance operation.
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