Bobcat T750 Compact Track Loader
Unload and place pallets of materials more easily with the vertical-lift-path Bobcat® T750. Combining power, lift and reach, vertical lift path models handle heavy materials and clear tall truck boxes. The Tier 4 engine delivers powerful performance.
Bobcat® loaders consistently meet your high expectations for performance. The design, balance and weight distribution deliver more usable horsepower, powerful breakout forces and faster cycle times. Work quicker, lift more and outperform your competition.
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BOBCAT T750 COMPACT TRACK LOADER
- 2485 HOURS
- 2013 MODEL YEAR
- OROPS - OPEN CANOPY
- RUBBER TRACKS - WIDE 17.7", NEW BRIDGESTONE TRACKS
- BOBCAT CONTROLS - HAND / FOOT
- MANUAL COUPLER
- NEW BLUE DIAMOND BUCKET
REFURBISHED UNIT: (THE FOLLOWING WAS DONE TO THIS MACHINE)
- CHEMICALLY CLEANED
- REPAIRS MADE
- COMPLETE SERVICE – ALL FLUIDS AND FILTERS
- SANDBLASTED / SANDED
- EPOXY PRIMER
- PRIMIUM PAINT
- OEM DECALS INSTALLED (INCLUDING SAFETY DECALS)
Here is the newer large frame M series Bobcat loader! We have some very nice improvements on this new design loader. Check out the better visibility with the cab forward design. Improvements in fuel consumption. My opinion, the machines are much smoother to operate. The M series is also supposed to have more tractive effort than previous models. The T750 also has a strong 3325 lb. rated operating capacity. The vertical lift boom and wide tracks make this machine a real performer. Expect a great ownership experience, these machines are awesome.
WHAT I LIKE - Love the power, control and smooth operation! This machine handles digging and carrying material like a champ. The cab is larger, comfortable and full of features. The Bridgestone tracks on this machine are the best you can buy. Hard to go wrong with this machine.
WHAT I DON'T LIKE – I hate the new model nomenclature. The model numbers on old machines related to the rated operating capacity. The new model numbers mean nothing. The new Tier 4 engines are much more “delicate”. You will be going through air filters and fuel filter more often. The Kubota engine is going to get phased out which makes me nervous. The Kubota engines have a proven track record. The Korean Doosan engines have big pants to fill, we will see what happens.