Mustang RT Series track loaders incorporate breakthrough technology. Mustang, a leading manufacturer of compact equipment for agriculture and construction markets, announced the launch of the all-new RT series track loaders. Two new models, the 1750RT and 2100RT, introduce breakthrough technology that track loader operators have been seeking for many years. The Mustang RT series track loaders feature the industry-exclusive HydraTracTM auto-matic track tensioning system. The HydraTracTM system eliminates the need for manually tensioning the tracks on the loader before operation. This not only saves valuable time on the jobsite, but it also increases the life of the tracks and bearings by ensuring the proper tension immediately upon machine start-up, maintains tension during use, and then releases tension when the machine is shut down.Key featuresYanmar Tier III naturally aspirated (1750RT) and turbocharged (2100RT) diesel engine with 179 ft lbs (242.3 Nm) and 206 ft lbs (279.3 Nm) torque respectively, and AntiStall technology provides the power to handle the largest jobs with ease.Optimised radial lift boom offers customers enhanced strength and optimal forward reach at trailer loading and dumping heights. Lifting over 127.5" (3,239 mm) high, these machines lift higher than any competitor in their respective weight classes.State-of-the-art operator's cab features unsurpassed ergonomics, superior comfort and visibility. Adjustable seat-mounted electro-hydraulic controls move with the operator enhancing precise controllability and reducing operator fatigue.The standard "5x5" drive control system offers five settings that change five parameters to suit operator preference and application requirements. Welded, dedicated track system enhances grading, tractive effort and provides a smoother ride.Tilt-out foot pod allows for best-in-class foot well cleanout and provides perfect access to the fuel tank and other components under the cab.The HydraTracTM system eliminates the need for manually tensioning the tracks on the loader before operation.