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Excavator

Sept. 3, 2008
The on/off pavement XL 3300 III excavator from http://www.gradall.com Gradall Industries weighs 39,000 pounds and offers productivity and versatility on a wide range of jobs. Its four-wheel-drive, rubber-tire undercarriage moves easily in dirt and mud, while also offering mobility on pavement.

The on/off pavement XL 3300 III excavator from Gradall Industries weighs 39,000 pounds and offers productivity and versatility on a wide range of jobs. Its four-wheel-drive, rubber-tire undercarriage moves easily in dirt and mud, while also offering mobility on pavement. Even without the use of optional outriggers, the XL 3300 III has stability similar to a conventional crawler while working at either end or either side. New features include more comfort options and an in-cab switch to select the joystick pattern — either Gradall, Deere or SAE — to accommodate operator preference. Also, to simplify fleet maintenance management, nearly 90 percent of all service parts are interchangeable between Series III on/off pavement Gradall excavators. The XL 3300 III has a compact profile with a new rear counterweight design, resulting in a rear swing of 7 feet, 6 inches, enabling the excavator to work in traffic lanes without closing the road. The unit also features a digging depth of 18 feet, 5 inches and the boom reach at ground line is 27 feet, 3 inches.