Features & Specs
  • Final Tier 4 certified engine
  • Electrohydraulic (EH) controls
  • Exceptional reach at truck beds
  • Connect under pressure auxiliary couplers
Horsepower 69
Tipping Load 5,380 lbs
Operating Capacity 2,690 lbs
Breakout Force 7,750 lbs
Fuel Tank Capacity 24.3 gal.
Fuel Consumption 1.5-3.1 gal/hr
Weight 8,200 lbs
Width 6 ft 1 in
Length 12 ft 0 in
Height 6 ft 11 in


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Engine
Manufacture and Model Yanmar 4TNV98CT
Non-Road Emission Standards EPA Final Tier 4/EU Stage IIIB
Net Peak Power 69 hp (51.4 kW) @ 2,500 rpm
Net Peak Torque 207 lb. ft. (280 Nm) @ 1,625 rpm
Displacement 203 cu. in. (3.3 L)
Air Cleaner Dry dual element
Electrical System 12 volt with 70 amp alternator
Cooling Fan Variable speed hydraulic drive

Powertrain      
Type Hydrostatic manual or electrohydraulic; 4 -100 heavy duty continuous loop chain
Travel Speeds
   Single Speed
   2 Speed, High

7.0 mph (11.3 km/h)
11.0 mph (17.7 km/h)

Operating Weights  
with Standard 15.8 in. Track 8,200 lb. (3723 kg)


Machine Dimensions  
A) Length without Bucket 10 ft. 0 in. (3.05 m)
B) Length with Foundry Bucket 12 ft. 0 in. (3.66 m)
C) Width without Bucket 6 ft. 1 in. (1.84 m)
D) Height to Top of ROPS 6 ft. 11 in. (2.12 m)
E) Height to Hinge Pin 10 ft. 5 in. (3.18 m)
F) Dump Height with Foundry Bucket 8 ft. 4 in. (2.54 m)
G) Dump Reach
    with Foundry Bucket
    with Construction Bucket

33 in. (0.84 m)
3 ft. 4 in. (1.02 m)
H) Wheelbase 4 ft. 0 in. (1.23 m)
I) Ground Clearance 9.7 in. (0.25 m)
J) Angle of Departure 26 deg.
K) Front Turn Radius with Foundry Bucket 7 ft. 1 in. (2.17 m)
L) Dump Angle (full lift height) 45 deg.
M) Bucket Rollback (ground level) 35 deg.

Loader Performance  
Tipping Load 5,400 lb. (2452 kg)
SAE Rated Operating Capacity 2,700 lb. (1226 kg)
Boom Breakout 5,000 lb. (2270 kg)
Bucket Breakout Force 7,750 lb. (3519 kg)

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