M2-Series compact loaders include S450 through S850 skid-steer loaders, T450 through T870 compact track loaders, and the A770 all-wheel steer loader. Altogether, the M2-Series includes 24 skid-steer, compact track and all-wheel steer loader models. Features include an automatic ride control option that allows operators to easily switch between auto and off from inside the cab and a reversing fan option that temporarily reverses the cooling fan direction — for several seconds — to blow dust and small debris from the radiator and rear screens. Front and rear cab isolators, door seals and side screen dampers reduce noise, vibration and dust inside the cab.
The Boxer 700HDX mini skid steer features a unique hydraulically expandable undercarriage — from 35 inches to 43.5 inches — allowing the operator to retract the undercarriage for passages as narrow as 36 inches wide then expand for increased stability while in operation by simply pulling or pushing a control lever. The low profile, expandable undercarriage uses 9-inch wide rubber tracks, which reduces ground pressure and provides less aggressive turning. The 700HDX features a 24.8-horsepower diesel engine with dual remote auxiliaries producing 11.3 gpm on the motor spool circuit and 8.7 gpm from the cylinder spool circuit. An easy-to-use, push-button, boom-mounted pressure relief block releases residual machine pressure to simplify hydraulic attachment connections.
Case’s new SV340 skid steer is rated at 3,400 pounds operating capacity and features a bucket breakout force of 9,531 pounds. The machine also offers optional high-flow (38.7 gpm at 3,450 psi) and enhanced high-flow (35 gpm at 4,000 psi) auxiliary hydraulics for power and attachment versatility. Additional enhancements have also been made to manifold valves, the gear pump and the auxiliary loader circuit to allow for added power and performance. The added operating performance – along with new heavy-duty 14 x 17.5 tires and additional counterweights – makes the SV340 ideal for more advanced attachments such as cold planers, tree spades and stump grinders. A 90-horsepower FPT engine with selective catalytic reduction technology powers the SV340.
The new Cat 272D2 skid steer loader features an exclusive Caterpillar heads-up Advanced Display, and all feature a new engine-compartment sealing system for enhanced airflow debris control. A vertical-lift loader linkage and Cat C3.8 engine meeting U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final/EU Stage IV emissions standards are also standard on the 272D2.
The Ditch Witch SK1550 is the company’s largest and most powerful mini skid steer model. Powered by a 44-hp Tier 4 Yanmar diesel engine, the machine directs 34.5 horsepower to the attachment, allowing it to complete tasks typically suited for traditional skid steer loaders, including tree handling and sod transfer. The SK1550 offers a 1,558-lb-rated operating capacity to lift heavier loads. A 74-square-inch ergonomic operator platform comes standard with dual-lever ground drive controls, allowing the operator to independently control each track for precise mobility. Additionally, the unit is equipped with a 4.7-mph ground drive speed for increased jobsite cycle times.
The Gehl V420 (pictured) and Mustang 4200V skid steer loaders increase the capacity and power of the previous model to 4,200 pounds of operating capacity and 120 horsepower. The high-flow hydraulic option offers more than 40 gallons per minute. The Gehl VT320 and Mustang 3200VT vertical lift track loaders provide 3,200 pounds of operating capacity and 114 horsepower. Excellent pushing power and tractive effort position these track machines to excel in final grading applications when equipped with an EDGE 6-way grouser dozer blade. Pilot joystick controls mounted to the seat are designed to provide ample leg room and easy operation, as the controls move with the operator.
The new JCB 210 radial lift model offers a base rated operating capacity of 950kg, while the new 215 vertical lift model (pictured) features an ROC of 975kg. The operating capacity of both the 210 and 215 models can be increased by an additional 90kg, to 1040kg and 1065kg respectively, with an optional, dealer-fitted “suitcase” counterweight kit. Additionally, the new 210 and 215 are the first in JCB’s small-frame skid steer line up to be powered by the JCB by Kohler 74-horsepower engine. Both machines are Stage III B / Tier 4 Final compliant.
John Deere recently introduced four Final Tier 4 G-Series skid steers (312GR, 314G, 316GR, 318G) and one compact track loader (317G). The machines feature a 10-foot dump height with vertical lift linkage, and simplified maintenance access via a single lockable compartment. Large foot well cleanouts are designed to facilitate fast rental make-readies. Yanmar FT4 engines, similar to those powering the company’s mini-excavators, power the units. Improved visibility to bucket corners, machine sides and machine rear helps operators of all experience levels work safely and productively.
Wacker Neuson is introducing a line of four new medium frame skid steer and two new compact track loaders for the rental market. Hinge pin height on the vertical loaders provide maximum loading and unloading capabilities. An engine torque of 221 foot-pounds is designed for a wide variety of terrain. The Kohler diesel engine features maintenance-free, regeneration-free aftertreatment system. A universal skid steer attachment plate enables attachments to be switched out easily, while the 33-gallon fuel tank is designed to give operators 30 percent more time in the cab and less time refueling.
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