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Takeuchi loaders can be used in a wide range of applications.

Takeuchi Advertorial | January 19, 2014

Takeuchi provides a wide range of skid steer loaders that are sure to meet your needs. Whether you are hauling sod, loading trucks, unloading pallets, working in yards or around the farm, Takeuchi has the radial or vertical lift path skid steer to help complete your toughest tasks.

Takeuchi skid steers provide an outstanding blend of power, performance, durability, and operator comfort. Takeuchi skid steers also feature class-leading ground clearance, excellent angle of departure, high travel speeds, incredible tractive effort, and powerful digging forces allowing you to push, dig, grade, travel and just plain get more done in a day. The power you need to tackle those demanding jobs is delivered through a load-sensing, pilot controlled drive system that helps keep the machine operating at maximum efficiency. The two-speed option provides an impressive 12 mph maximum travel speed to improve productivity around large worksites.

Takeuchi skid steer loaders also provide a spacious and well-appointed operator’s station that allows you to spend many hours in the field with little fatigue while the low-effort pilot controlled joysticks are responsive and easy to operate. The machines also feature a standard foot throttle, which allows you to set or change the engine speed without taking your hands off of the joystick controls. Standard safety features add additional value and include front and rear halogen work lights, large skylight, a rearview mirror, back-up alarm, and a non-skid safety step.

A pressurized cab is available to keep the dirt and elements outside while creating a comfortable working environment inside. A 12 volt power port is provided to keep your cell phone or accessories fully charged and an optional AM/FM/MP3/Weather Band radio is available to help keep track of everything that’s happening in the world.
 

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