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Beyond the typical compact track loader

Bobcat loaders take productivity and comfort to a new level


Compact track loaders have a well-deserved reputation for pushing and lifting power and the ability to work in difficult ground conditions. The reputation of Bobcat® machines, however, goes way beyond the typical compact track loader.

Sure, the Bobcat loaders can push and lift with the best of them, and work in soft, muddy conditions and extend the work season. But they are also known for the following reasons.

Superior track system

The solid-mounted undercarriage protects components, such as hoses and drive motors, from damage. The simple, strong design of the standard track undercarriage provides consistent grading performance while lasting longer than other track systems. The optional Roller Suspension™ system is the first all-steel suspension system. It delivers a new level of comfort without sacrificing durability. Steel track undercarriages are also available on selected models — especially for harsh conditions like demolition jobsites.

Best performance features

Stronger hydraulics, faster cycle times, more powerful breakout forces and more torque enable Bobcat compact track loaders to work quicker and lift more — an unbeatable combination of power and strength.

Unmatched serviceability

Engine checkpoints are easy to reach, making routine maintenance simple. For non-routine service, just remove two nuts and tip back the cab for access to hydraulic and hydrostatic components.

Operating choices

With Bobcat compact track loaders you can select either radius lift path or vertical lift path, multiple control types and dozens of accessories for more comfort and easier machine operation.

Biggest Bobcat compact track loader

The M-Series has features that further enhance the performance and comfort of Bobcat compact track loaders, including the T870. It's the biggest compact track loader Bobcat has ever manufactured, a 12,678-pound machine with a rated operating capacity of 3,525 pounds. Lift height is 12 feet, which is a big advantage for loading trucks and handling pallets of materials.

In addition to the T870, Bobcat will be introducing two more M-Series compact track loaders in early 2011. They are the T750 and T770. These new M-Series models have 3325- and 3475-pound rated operating capacities, respectively.

M-Series benefits

M-Series Bobcat compact track loaders feature a cab-forward design and a larger door and windows to provide great visibility in all directions. The cab interior has been designed so operators can adjust the environment to suit individual preferences. Cab pressurization is best-in-class to minimize dust infiltration. For added operator comfort, the sound level inside the cab has been reduced by more than 60 percent.

With hydraulic systems on M-Series loaders engineered for higher standard flow and pressure, attachments have more power to work quickly. In addition, M-Series loaders are easier to service and feature a redesigned cooling system and better positioned hydraulic quick couplers.

By maximizing productivity and comfort, Bobcat continues to set the standard for excellence in compact track loaders.

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Bobcat Company reserves the right to make changes in engineering, design, and specifications; add improvements; or discontinue manufacturing at any time without notice or obligation.