Terex introduced its first model in a new line of eight skid steer loaders, ranging from 50 to 83 horsepower.
Terex introduced its first model in a new line of eight skid steer loaders, ranging from 50 to 83 horsepower. The line was engineered from the ground up by the engineers at Terex ASV. Four radial lift path models (TSR50, TSR60, TSR70 and TSR80), as well as four vertical lift path models (TSV50, TSV60, TSV70 and TSV80) will be available, with the first, the TSR60, already in production. A powerful drive train with optional 2-speed transmission provides a top speed of up to 12 mph. Hydraulic joystick controls come as standard equipment and feature built-in switches for auxiliary hydraulic and electric control of attachments. Each model is pre-wired for quick, easy connection to attachments.
The vertical-lift S740 skid steer loader is a new model for Bobcat, equipped with a Tier 4-Final engine that, at 74 horsepower, does not require a DPF or SCR technology.
The vertical-lift 272D2 skid steer, 297D2 multiterrain, and 299D2 compact track loaders (and the XHP versions) have been upgraded to include the Advanced Display as standard equipment and enhanced airflow debris control.
Two new Terex Generation 2 (GEN2) skid steer loader models—the radial-lift R260S and vertical-lift V350S—have respective rated operating capacities of 2,600 and 3,500 pounds
Designed as dedicated haul-and-dump vehicles, the 6-ton Terex site dumpers (models TA6 and TA6s) have a power train that combines a 74-horsepower Tier 4-Final JCB EcoMAX engine with hydrostatic drive.