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Bobcatalog 2009

Toolcat machines offer unmatched possibilities

Additional model expands opportunities for customers with Category 1 three-point implements

There is no substitute for Toolcat utility work machines. The one-of-a-kind concept combines the best features of a pickup truck, compact tractor, skid-steer loader and utility vehicle in one amazing machine, and now there's a second model the 5610 with a redesigned rear end to accommodate Category 1 three-point hitch implements with PTO drive.

It's been five years since the first Toolcat machine rolled off the line in Bismarck, N.D. Now on the fourth generation, or "D-Series," there have been enhancements to the machine's ride, traction control and operator comfort. These developments, combined with the machine's towing, hauling, lifting, steering and attachment options, create a unique machine for customers in the buildings and grounds, agriculture, landscaping and personal use market segments.

Attachments

As with any piece of compact equipment, attachments expand possibilities, save on labor and generate additional revenue streams. There are currently 40-plus front-mounted attachments approved for the 5600 and 5610. Optional high-flow hydraulics maintain attachment torque and speed. Maximize the 5610's versatility with a front-mounted attachment and a PTO-driven, three-point hitch implement in the back. Three types are available: pull-type PTO driven, three-point hitch, and three-point hitch, PTO driven.

Comfort

It's hard to imagine operating anything more comfortable than a Toolcat machine. The optional enclosed cab with heat and air conditioning creates an inviting operating station for year-round use. Front wheel independent suspension absorbs vibrations for a smooth ride and improved attachment performance. All-wheel steer minimizes tire wear and ground disturbance, and gives the Toolcat machines a tighter turning radius than compact tractors, utility vehicles and pickup trucks.

Towing

The Toolcat machine towing capacity with the standard 2-inch receiver hitch is 4,000 pounds.

Lifting

Lift materials weighing as much as 1,500 pounds as high as 7 feet with a front-mounted lift arm. This is convenient for lifting debris and emptying it into Dumpsters or truck beds or loading materials.

Hauling

A cargo box on the Toolcat 5600 can haul up to 2,000 pounds of material, tools and supplies. That's more payload than a half-ton pickup. Utilize the hydraulic dump by activating a lever inside the cab.

Visit My Toolcat to read more, see photos and watch videos about the Toolcat 5600 and 5610.