CASE Construction Equipment has partnered with NASCAR icon Ken Schrader for the 50th Running of NAPA Super DIRT Week at Oswego Speedway, Oct. 3-9.
Upgrades drive greater productivity, operator satisfaction, efficiency and improved total cost of ownership over the life of the machine.
Starting on September 14 in Shakopee, Minnesota, the tour will stop at 52 CASE Construction Equipment dealer locations across the U.S. and Canada.
“We do this work [because everyone] can share the experience with all their friends, and then we take care of the utility side of things, so that we can improve people’s water quality, their overall life and help the community grow.”
“When I was younger, my grandpa had a CASE track loader and always had CASE backhoes. And I can always remember growing up, sitting on a CASE backhoe or a track loader. Some of my best memories actually are riding on a backhoe with my dad or my grandpa.”
“Essentially, what we are is a one-stop shop. We'll get a site that's completely wooded. We'll clear it, develop it, install the stormwater, water mains, sewer mains, and the public utilities and hand over a finished product ready for vertical construction.”
“I can guarantee you, it has saved us a tremendous amount of time on the job sites with this grader, versus what we had in the past.”
“Now, with this grade control, I have a screen that correlates with the machine angles and so forth, the bucket angle, and I can see exactly where I am at all times. So, when I do start getting close, I can slow down. It makes each job so much faster and so much more responsive.” (CX160D)
"The CX245 is just a well-rounded machine. It's got plenty of power. It's able to handle projects that a 300 or 350 could be used on, but it's out there performing well right beside them. And it's easy to move — and strong.”
“I chose the 580 SN because of the weight,” he explains. “It’s easy to transport, it’s got great breakout force, good reach. It's probably one of the fastest digging machines for a backhoe that there is out there. It'll outswing and outdig.”
“You’ve got a machine that has the power and ability to do what you need it to do. But it also keeps me under the fact of having to run permits to haul it, which is huge for us.”
“We get stuff done,” he says. “I call back, and we show up when we say. And we work hard to get stuff fixed.”
“The guys love CASE compared to some of the other machines. They’re very comfortable, got a lot of leg room and stuff like that. They like them, so we continue to buy them.”
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