28 May 1999

Strong, slender arm improves visibility

USE of stronger steel has meant that the latest range of Stoll loaders marketed by Lynx Engineering have a slender arm design and, as a result, improved operator visibility.

Designated the Robust F Series range, the stronger metal and thinner design has led to a re-jig of the loaders whole geometry – boosting crowd angles from 40deg to 45deg and dump angles upped from 60deg to 71deg.

Forward visibility, as loads are raised, is said to have been improved, when compared with the heavy-duty frames used by earlier models and visibility is further enhanced through the removal of one of the cross tubes.

Suitable for tractors from 50hp to 200hp, load capacities range from 624kg to 2525kg at lift heights from 3.45m to 4.26m (11ft 5in to 14ft 2in). An easier and stronger implement attachment system has been designed to fit existing loader attachment couplings – easier implement coupling is achieved through use of a single attachment lever mounted on one side of the carriage frame.

Other features include a self-locking parking stand for stable parking on uneven ground. &#42