The New Holland Construction L185 skid-steer loader features a turbocharged engine rated at 82 gross horsepower, and has an SAE-rated operating capacity of 2,500 lbs, a bucket breakout force of 7,670 lbs and an operating weight of 7,135 lbs.
The L185 includes many of the same features available on New Holland’s other skid-steer models, such as the Super Boom vertical lift linkage for better dump height and reach, a long wheelbase for stability, fast ground speeds, no rear towers to impair visibility and serviceability.
“The vertical lift Super Boom design provides more forward reach than radial lift designs, which allows the L185 to load material into the center of a truck,” said Dave December, marketing manager, New Holland Construction. “This allows the operator to more effectively fill high-sided trucks and hoppers.”
The skid-steer’s turbocharged, 4-cylinder FPT engine is designed for excellent performance, high torque and maximum reliability. The optional dual-range transmission provides extra performance and delivers travel speeds in excess of 11 mph to save time on and between jobs.
The deluxe cab on the L185 provides a comfortable environment for the operator. An optional sound suppression package reduces noise levels by up to three decibels for an even quieter working environment. Choose from standard mechanical controls or the optional pilot control system for added working ease, improved productivity and operator comfort.
An optional hydraulic mount plate allows the operator to swap out more than 50 attachments without leaving the cab. From digging, lifting, hammering and trenching, to mowing, sweeping raking or drilling, there is a New Holland attachment to make operators and equipment more productive and profitable.