The radial-lift RT-120 compact track loader has a 120-horsepower Cummins diesel engine
A special forestry version of ASV’s largest compact track loader features an all-new sealed and pressurized cab, full guarding, large dual pressurization filters, and a high-performance air conditioner and heater.
Users of ASV's mid-sized machines now have the option of outfitting their machine with Extreme Terrain Tracks that are 1½ inches wider than standard 15-inch track, with more aggressive treads for added traction. The new tracks reduce machine ground pressure by 10 percent. Wider spacing between tread lugs makes them self-cleaning.
The 4,600-pound ASV Scout ST-50, powered by a 50-horsepower Perkins diesel, will carry 4,000 pounds of cargo and tow 5,000 pounds. Its pair of 15-inch-wide rubber tracks are nearly 5 feet long, protecting ground surfaces wherever the small hauler works. Optional auxiliary hydraulic systems, with attachment ports front and/or rear, deliver 16.
With the introduction of the 50-horsepower Scout SC-50, ASV applies its patented rubber-track undercarriage to the utility vehicle market. A combination of multiple bogie wheels and suspension disperses the vehicle weight across 15-inch-wide rubber tracks to give the 4,562-pound Scout SC-50 a ground pressure of only 2.