Today’s electronic-control, advanced hydraulic drives allow self-propelled machines to reach high speeds even when working in the most arduous conditions. But speed isn’t worth anything unless the vehicle operates safely. That’s where designing the drive layout and specifying the hydraulic motor can mean the difference between a machine that operates safely under all conditions and one that must go back to the drawing board...
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