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Bobcat V519 Telehandler

The V519 telehandlers has a two-stage boom that reaches to 10 feet 3 inches with a maximum load at reach of 2,205 pounds.

October 06, 2016

The V519 telehandlers has a two-stage boom that reaches to 10 feet 3 inches with a maximum load at reach of 2,205 pounds. Maximum rated capacity is 5,500 pounds at maximum lift height of 19 feet. Operating weight is 11,001 pounds, and power comes from a Bobcat D34 Tier 4 engine delivering 74 horsepower.

The unit has 2-speed hydrostatic drive, and an automatic parking brake engages anytime the engine idles in neutral. A speed-management system allows operators to choose a percentage of normal speed when they need full auxiliary hydraulic flow without full travel speed. A selectable auxiliary hydraulic flow feature allows V519 operators to quickly select an auxiliary flow rate that best matches a particular attachment. The telehandler also has the company’s Bob-Tach attachment-mounting system.

Routine maintenance items can be reached through the side engine cover and rear access panel, including engine oil and fuel filters, engine oil dipstick and drain, air cleaner, alternator, cooling system, air conditioning compressor, starter, and battery.

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The V519 telehandlers has a two-stage boom that reaches to 10 feet 3 inches with a maximum load at reach of 2,205 pounds.

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