The 68-horsepower S64 skid steer and T64 CTL have 2,300-pound rated operating capacities. The 74-horsepower S66 skid steer and T66 CTL have respective rated operating capacities of 2,400 and 2,450 pounds. Operating weights for the loaders are 6,974 pounds for the S64 skid steer; 7,154 pounds for the S66; 8,727 pounds for the T64 CTL; and 8,927 pounds for the T66.
Auxiliary hydraulic flow is 17.6 gpm for the loaders. High-flow options are 26.9 gpm for the S64, S66, and T64; and 29.9 gpm for the Bobcat T66 CTL.
Lift arms have been redesigned with cast-steel segments for greater lift capacities than the previous Bobcat M series, with each loader having a lift height to hinge pin of 120 inches. The arm linkage has been repositioned to the rear of the machine, enhancing the view to the wheels or tracks.
The cooling system is also redesigned with a larger, higher-capacity radiator; a larger fan that achieves more cooling at a slower rotation; and a tailgate with heavy-duty steel louvers allowing for optimal airflow.
The one-piece, sealed and pressurized cab design repels dust and dirt in the cab, isolates the operator from engine and hydraulic noise, and enhances the efficiency of heating and air conditioning. The entire cab rotates out of the way to provide improved service access.
The redesigned 2.4-liter inline Bobcat engine meets Tier 4 requirements without a diesel particulate filter (DPF).