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Before you buy a Case’s CX145C SR Excavator in Uganda

by Edwin

Today we are going to put our focus on the Case’s CX145C SR Excavator. This is a mid-range option 14 – tone machine ready for you to put out to work should you find yourself excavation tasks. The Case’s CX145C SR Excavator is a great fit for: Government / Municipalities to work in the different constituencies , Residential Construction, Roads & Bridges, Rental or hire services, Non-Residential Construction sites like warehouses, Utilities for example digging water or sewage channels and least but not least demolition of old structures.

Buying foreign used Case’s CX145C SR Excavator from a local car bond in Uganda

Should you feel the need to buy a Case’s CX145C SR Excavator from a car bond, then the process is going to be shorter. There is basically no need you to go to Japan or order for the vehicle from Japan or any other part of the world and ship to Uganda yourself. In short you just walk to the car bond with your money and arrange for a purchase and within a short time, the Single-Drum Vibratory Compactor is paid for and handled over to you as the owner.

However, you can also find that some Case’s CX145C SR Excavator have only cleared the cost, insurance and freight (CIF) fees only. So it would mean that if you want a Case’s CX145C SR Excavator then you will have to clear the rest of the taxes.

However, the cost of the CIF can change due to year of manufacture, condition of the car, mileage and the dealer. Case's C Series mini excavator is an expensive machine that not every construction company can afford here in Uganda. Basically, you will need a good budget of around $50,000 or even more for a premium class Case’s CX145C SR Excavator before even shipping to Uganda.
However, should need to buy a brand new Case’s CX145C SR Excavator, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us for instant help. We have access to more than enough services to help you acquire you get yourself a brand new case mini excavator.

Importing a foreign used Case’s CX145C SR Excavator from Japan or any other part of the world

Now this is different from buying from Case’s CX145C SR Excavator from a car heavy machinery bond here in Kampala. You may prefer to import your Case’s CX145C SR Excavator directly from Japan or from any other part of the world. You have to follow a procedure similar to the one stated below.
Search and select Case’s CX145C SR Excavator to buy from Japanese Used Car Portal Websites or from any other part of the world like Europe or USA. Send Inquiry for price, condition, etc of the Case’s CX145C SR Excavator. The dealers will respond you directly by Email although some may prefer to call and speak to you.

Watch out for fake e-mails as many scams may con you for money. After that you negotiate with the dealer for a price that fits your budget.

Request for a proforma invoice, place your order and make payment which may be either through bank wire or VISA. The seller will inform you about the following things like the Payment Confirmation, Shipping Schedule, B/L copy, Original Document and then you receive the order in this case the Case CX145C SR excavator.

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General Case’s CX145C SR Excavator reviews and features for Uganda

The machine

A walk-around reveals some good design aspects, especially when it comes to urban work. Keeping with a tight footprint are such things as the cab door, which folds back into a recess. Such frivolities would appear unnecessary to rural contractors, however saving an extra inch or so often means a big difference when it comes to squeezing onto an urban worksite.
A closer look at the counterweight overhang reveals that it does not sit completely within the footprint of the machine, but as I was to find out still provides good balance.

Access to filters and the pumps are via a two doors on the rear, while a side door reveals oil and fuel filters. I’m not too sure about trying to water blast out the fins of the radiator after dusty operations as it does look tight in there, but the removable mesh grill should provide a good preventative measure.

The boom and dipper arm feature anti-drop valves a standard, with this safety feature quickly becoming the norm with many excavator brands. This particular machine had also been kitted-out with a Dromorne hitch and tilt-bucket supplied by Attach2.

The cab

As expected with an urban-styled machine, the cab is not as spacious as a conventional machine. Well that’s what I expected, however thinking back as I write this, never once did I feel uncomfortable; being able to stretch out well with the air-seat providing one of the best experiences, I’ve, umm... experienced for a while.

I actually didn’t fire up the air-conditioning when operating the machine even though it was a brilliant fine day. Thanks to the tinted windows, I didn’t find it necessary.


One thing I did like when opening the engine cover (which was a bit heavier than I expected), was the foot-well you can step down into to make it easier to check the engine. Power is provided via an Isuzu AAM-4JJ1X four cylinder engine which has a rating of 79kw@2000rpm.

In Operation

A quick spin of the throttle control has the machine revving at around 1400rpms on the mode setting I had chosen. Operating in this rpm range is sure to provide efficient fuel usage, while still delivering a good work ethic. It will take you a minute to convince you that the Case designers thought the whole engine-mode process out well.

The Case’s CX145C SR Excavator at work is positive and remarkably well balanced – probably being one of the best experiences of a near zero tail swing that I’ve had.

Alternatives of Case’s CX145C SR Excavator in Uganda

We have a number of alternatives you can consider while in Uganda and some of the most prominent ones include the Caterpillar, Komatsu, JCB, Sany full excavators.

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Availability of the Case’s CX145C SR Excavator spare parts in Uganda

Of late many people have picked interest in importing spare parts of heavy machinery such as the Case’s CX145C SR Excavator unlike before where the company owners imported their own spare parts. If you happen to visit heavy machinery spare shops in down town kampala, Mengo you will most probably find all the parts you need. However you should fail to find what you need for a particular Case model, please don’t hesitate to contact us for assistance in that regard.

Reasons why people buy the Case’s CX145C SR Excavator in Uganda

Let’s agree, though putting in mind obvious things are not always obvious, the Case’s CX145C SR Excavator is basically bought and used for ground excavation and minor soil loading. In summary, the Case’s CX145C SR Excavator is a great fit for: Government / Municipalities, Residential Construction, Roads & Bridges, Rental, Non-Residential Construction, Utilities, Landscaping.

Our Conclusion

If you were shopping for an urban machine that can easily load out six-wheels from the rear, then the Case CX145C SR is an obvious choice for serious consideration.

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