T770
Compact Track Loader

T770
Compact Track Loader

Experience legendary performance with the T770, a top-selling compact track loader. Engineered to protect your uptime, this versatile machine delivers the performance you need to make light work of big projects, with an impressive rated operating capacity, powerful breakout forces and fast cycle times.

  • Non-DPF Bobcat engine
  • Durable undercarriage
  • High-performance cooling
  • Operator-friendly controls

Starting at $88,703 USD*

Pay as low as 0% for up to 48 months* PLUS receive a $5,000 USD*/$6,500 CAD* rebate or choose a $10,000 USD**/$13,500 CAD** cash rebate in lieu of financing on Bobcat T770 compact track loaders.

T770 Overview

  • With 11 feet of vertical lift, the T770 is your ultimate jobsite partner for demanding applications. It’s designed to keep you digging, pushing, lifting and powering a wide range of attachments in all weather and ground conditions.
  • The T770 protects your uptime with a non-DPF Bobcat engine, cold weather protection to prevent premature component wear, the Smart Cooling system for efficient operation in harsh working conditions, battery run-down protection, and design features that protect hoses, quick couplers and electronics.
  • The optional automatic ride control is easily activated from inside the cab for greater comfort and to minimize bucket spillage.

 

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T770 Key Specifications

Rated Operating Capacity (ISO)
3,475 lb
Operating Weight
10515 lb
Ground Pressure (Rubber)
4.2 psi
Auxiliary Std Flow
23 gal/min
Auxiliary High Flow
36.6 gal/min
Joystick Control
Optional 

T770 Key Specifications

Rated Operating Capacity (ISO)
3,475 lb
Operating Weight
10515 lb
Ground Pressure (Rubber)
4.2 psi
Auxiliary Std Flow
23 gal/min
Auxiliary High Flow
36.6 gal/min
Joystick Control
Optional 

Engine

Emissions Tier (EPA)
Tier 4 
Engine Cooling
Liquid 
Engine Fuel
Diesel 
Horsepower
92 hp
Turbocharged Engine
yes 

Performance

Rated Operating Capacity (ISO)
3,475 lb
Operating Capacity (50% of Tip)
4960 lb
Tipping Load
9929 lb
Operating Weight
10515 lb
Travel Speed
6.6 mph
Travel Speed (2-speed option)
10.7 mph
Ground Pressure (Rubber)
4.2 psi

Capacities

Fuel Tank
43.8 gal

Hydraulic System

System Relief @ Quick Couplers
3,500 psi
Auxiliary Std Flow
23 gal/min
Auxiliary High Flow
36.6 gal/min

Dimension

Length
141.6 in
Length without Attachment
114.3 in
Length with Standard Bucket
141.6 in
Width
78 in
Width (with bucket)
80 in
Height
81.3 in
Height with Operator Cab
81.3 in
Height to Bucket Hinge Pin
131.4 in
Reach @ Maximum Height
35.2 in
Turning Radius
88 in
Length of track on ground
63.7 in
Track Width
17.7 in

Features

Joystick Control
Optional 
Air Conditioning
Optional 
Backup Alarm
Standard 
BICS System (Interlock)
Standard 
Cab Heater
Optional 
Operating Lights
Standard 
Suspension Seat
Standard 
Two Speed Travel
Optional 
Deluxe Instrumentation
Optional 
Engine Shutdown
Standard 
Hydraulic Bucket Positioning
Optional 
High Flow Option
Optional 
Auxiliary Hydraulics
Standard 
Bob-Tach Attachment System
Standard 
Power Bob-Tach
Optional 
ACS (Switchable Controls)
Optional 
Ride Control
Optional 
Horn
Standard 
Cab Enclosure
Optional 
Adjustable Seat
Standard 
Sound Option
Optional 
Rear Window
Standard 
Top Window
Standard 
Seat Belt
Standard 
Spark Arrestor Muffler
Standard 

T770 Features & Benefits

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