Bobcat Skid-Steer Loader Lineup: Bigger and Better
Five decades of innovation spawn comfortable, efficient and productive machines
For 50 years, Bobcat® skid-steer loader owners have benefited from the company's industry-leading innovation, which has enabled operators to be comfortable, efficient and productive.
Continuing the tradition of making the world's most popular brand of skid-steer loader even better, the new Bobcat M-Series machines are the result of re-engineering the design to improve the operator's work environment while creating a more productive and durable machine.
An M-Series S630 skid-steer loader with grapple attachment.
- Operator comfort. The unique cab-forward design brings the operator closer to the work area for improved visibility. All the windows are larger, too, as is the door. A best-in-class pressurized cab means a far less dusty work area. Overall, sound levels are reduced by more than 60 percent.
- Production. New hydraulic systems work faster and stronger to increase loader performance. Tractive effort has been increased 15 to 20 percent. The cooling higher-capacity cooling and a removable hose guide protects hydraulic hoses and makes changing and routing attachments easier.
- Durability. The lower rear frame extends out beyond the tailgate to help protect the rear of the loader. Hydraulic couplers are mounted on the front plate of the lift arm to protect hoses and the couplers have a guard to minimize accidental damage.
The vertical lift path T650 easily unloads pallets of building materials. M-Series loaders have unmatched visibility to the work area.
In addition to the pair of M-Series machines, Bobcat has a dozen more skid-steer loaders to handle a wide range of applications — from the small and surprisingly powerful S70 that can work in the tightest spaces to the 85-horsepower S330, a serious digging, loading and pushing machine. Whatever your application, there is a model to match the requirements of your job.
With today's lineup of Bobcat loaders, you have choices such as standard and long wheelbase machines, with either a radius or vertical lift path; three types of machine controls; dozens of cab options to improve operator comfort; and hundreds of attachment models and even a hydraulic Power Bob-Tach™ option. You also can count on unmatched serviceability, industry-leading reliability and parts availability, and a large network of dedicated dealers.
Since 1960, when Bobcat introduced drive skid-steer loader (the M400), the company has produced machines you can depend on — to make work easier and faster — just like you can depend on Bobcat to continue to make better products through innovation.
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