Three new models have been added by Bobcat to its 700 Series loader line-up – a skid-steer S770, a compact tracked T770 and an all-wheel-steer A770. All share the same large-frame platform as other models in the 700 range and they are all powered by a 90hp (68.6kW) Kubota diesel engine.
The three models replace the S300, T300 and A300 machines currently on the market and get more power, lift capacity and higher operating capacities.
With an operating weight of 4162hp and a tipping load capacity of 3137kg, the S770 measures just over 2m. The tracked machine’s tipping load is 4602kg, whereas the all-wheel steer A770 weighs in at 4291kg and has a tipping load of 3100kg.
All models get Bobcat’s Premium Cab, launched alongside the company’s New Generation loaders, which gives a 30% increase in all-round visibility, says the company. Faster cycle times, higher hydraulic flow and a larger fuel tank feature in all new models.