The TB210R excavator has minimal tail swing, retractable undercarriage, foldable ROPS/TOPS canopy, and a backfill blade that can go from 40.2 inches to 29.5 inches wide, which gives the machine the ability to access and work in confined applications.
Pilot-operated joystick controls have been added with an ISO/SAE control pattern change valve. A selector valve allows for one- or two-way auxiliary hydraulic flow.
The Kubota D722-E4B engine provides 22 percent more horsepower than the TB108 predecessor, Takeuchi says. Access to engine oil filter is behind a lockable panel below the operator’s seat, and another lockable panel on the left side provides access to fuel fill and sight gauge, and air cleaner. The rear engine hood opens overhead, for access to hydraulic tank, battery and other service points.