Mustang's next evolutuion

By Lindsay Gale21 October 2013

The 1750RT is the smaller of Mustang's two new tracked loaders

The 1750RT is the smaller of Mustang's two new tracked loaders

Mustang has introduced its latest evolution of its tracked loaders with the launch of the 3,900 kg (8,605 lb) 1750RT NXT2 and 4,486 kg (9,890 lb) 2100RT NXT2. Both machines are powered by Tier IV Interim Yanmar diesel engines with the smaller machine having 52.1 kW (69.9 hp) and the larger 53.7 kW (72 hp) respectively.

According to the company, these new loaders provide highly efficient tractive effort through a unique management system that efficiently transfers horsepower into productive performance. Both feature Mustang’s IdealTrax automatic track tensioning system that the company says extends track life and simplifies track maintenance and servicing requirements.

“The updated 1750RT NXT2 and 2100RT NXT2 track loaders were developed in response to the requests of our dealers and customer base,” said Brian Rabe, Manager of Product Development. “Based on the important input of our users and dealers, this next evolution in Mustang track loaders takes the series to the next level. In addition to providing Tier IV certified engines, the RT series track loaders provide IdealTraxTM automatic track tensioning, straight tracking, drive management technology and adjustments for operator comfort.”

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