Powerful Hydraulic Performance

When it comes to performance, Bobcat skid-steer loaders and compact track loaders are in a class by themselves. Each component – including the engine, pumps and hydraulic system – is engineered to deliver maximum hydraulic performance. For you, that means faster cycle times and better jobsite productivity.

Features & Benefits

T76 Compact Track Loader Clearing Brush With Loader Attachment

Attachment Integration

Smart hydraulics allow Bobcat machines to identify the attachment and lock out non-required functions (like high flow) to limit damage to attachment and machine.
Bobcat S76 Skid-Steer Loader With Stump Grinder Attachment

High-Flow Hydraulics

This optional system provides additional hydraulic power to boost production of attachments like the Bobcat flail cutter, trencher, planer and stump grinder. Machines with this option have two flow ranges so attachments that require lower flow can still be used by selecting standard flow mode.
Operator Using Controls Insights Compact Track Loader Cab

Control in Your Hands

With Bobcat loaders, you can feel and control the loader’s drive, engine torque and tractive effort – so you can push your machine to the limit without an engine anti-stall system robbing you of power when you need it most.
Compact Track Loader Moving Material With Grapple

Powerful Breakout Forces

High-efficiency hydraulic pumps deliver more power matched to demand and provide better breakout forces.
Skid-Steer Loader Grading With Loader Attachment

Faster Cycle Times

Hydraulic pumps in Bobcat loaders are matched to cylinder size and loader lift capacity to provide fast cycle times that help you get the job done faster.
Skid-Steer Loader Grading With Loader Attachment

Dual-Direction Bucket Positioning

Optional dual-direction bucket positioning keeps the load at a consistent angle throughout the lift cycle – both up and down – to reduce spilling which increases efficiency and improves ease of operation.


 Compact Track Loader Moving Mud On Construction Jobsite


On construction jobsites, you’ll appreciate the benefits of hydraulic performance when digging into a pile, where you’re pushing, lifting and tilting, all at the same time.
Skid-Steer Loader Dumping Material


Whether you’re in dairy, beef, or crop production, hydraulic horsepower contributes to better performance when using multiple loader functions at once - like loading manure or feed.
Operator Using Compact Track Loader With Bucket Loader Attachment


On landscaping jobs, you’ll notice hydraulic horsepower when digging and lifting into heavy material in a pile, such as rock, sand, gravel, or soil.
Bobcat S76 Skid-Steer Loader Carrying A Pallet of Sod Using the Pallet Fork Attachment

Grounds Maintenance

You’ll appreciate the benefits of hydraulic performance when removing snow, where you’re pushing snow with a bucket, lifting and tilting it into a transport truck, all at the same time.