Compact Equipment

JAN 2019

Compact Equipment is a magazine dedicated to equipment owners and operators of small, nimble, tool-carrying construction, landscape and ag equipment — such as skid steers, mini excavators, compact tractors, generators compressors and beyond.

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Page 36 of 59 37 Cat 259D The 259 is a mid-frame-sized track loader with a 74-hp engine that delivers a power dense machine platform. This power density provides a great horsepower-to-weight ratio to deliver lifting, digging and push- ing performance. Standard two-speed travel increases productivity by making jobsites quick and easy to navigate. The standard, torsion axle suspension provides improved traction and flotation by keeping the maximum amount of track on the ground at all times. The suspension also delivers a more comfortable ride, along with better traction and flotation even in uneven underfoot conditions. The auxiliary hydrau- lic system, either standard flow (20 gpm) or high flow (30 gpm), allows the machine to be combined with performance matched hydro-me- chanical tools. For more info, visit . Volvo CE MCT135D Volvo Construction Equipment's MCT135D compact track loader is part of Volvo's revamped D-Series lineup offering stronger boom designs and one of the roomiest cabs on the market. With the curved single loader arm, large top window and narrow ROPS cab pillars, operators benefit from 270 degrees of visibility — up to 60 percent more than conventional models fea- turing the two-arm design. The arm and attachment brackets are better than ever, offering forward and side views of the attachment and jobsite. The wider side-entry door and handrails let operators enter more safely without stepping over an attachment. These machines also offer simple serviceabil- ity by making internal components more easily accessible with a forward- tilting cab. For more info, visit . Kubota SVL75-2 with High Flow Kubota's SVL75-2 with high flow compact track loader is the latest addition to its popular SVL Series, which includes the SVL75-2, SVL90-2 and the SVL95- 2s. The SVL75-2 is trending toward one of Kubota's most popular options for customers. The SVL75-2 with high flow offers increased hydraulic horsepower, expanding multi-tasking capabilities for a wide variety of attachments on the jobsite. Boasting a 74.3-gross-hp, four-cylinder, direct injection, turbo-charged Kubota diesel engine, equipped with common rail fuel injection and a diesel particulate filter (DPF) system, the new SVL75-2 with high flow meets Tier 4 emissions standards and matches reduced exhaust emissions with enhanced fuel economy. For more info, visit . JCB Teleskid The JCB Teleskid is the world's only compact track loader with a telescopic boom, quickly making it a favorite in the industry. This unit allows a forward reach of 8 ft — 60 percent further its nearest competitor — and a lift height over 13 ft — 8 percent higher than any track loader on the market. Additionally, it is the only compact track loader that can dig below grade to a depth of 3 ft. The JCB Teleskid compact track loader has a rated operating capacity of 3,695 lbs. The machine's single-arm, telescopic JCB Powerboom allows operators to perform tasks not possible with conventional skid steers such as loading high-sided trucks, reaching across flatbed trailers and digging ditches. Entry to the JCB Teleskid is via a wide-opening side door. For more info, visit .

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