New pipelayer engine electronically controlled, offers added power, reduced emissionsThe new 561N pipelayer features an electronically controlled engine with more power and reduced emissions, new fingertip controls and better viewing area for the operator, and improved serviceability. The 561N replaces the 561M.The new pipelayer uses the Cat 3126B ATAAC diesel engine rated at 123 net hp (92 kw), a 12% increase over the previous model for improved controllability and maneuverability—especially in stringing operations. The engine meets new exhaust emission regulations.It retains features such as hydraulic drawworks, two-speed load line, extendable counterweight, elevated sprocket desi...

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