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Takeuchi TS80 Skid-Steer Loaders

Takeuchi-US has introduced TS80 skid-steer loaders that are available in both radial- and vertical-loader arrangements. Highly maneuverable and powerful, the large-frame TS80 loaders deliver an outstanding blend of performance, durability and operator comfort. They feature a 74-horsepower, Final Tier 4 Deutz engine that delivers an impressive 192 foot-pounds of torque at 1,800 rpm. A key benefit of the new Deutz engine is its simple, maintenance-free diesel oxidation catalyst that does not require regeneration, cleaning or diesel exhaust fluid.

Takeuchi’s TS80R2 features an operating weight of 7,950 pounds and a rated operating capacity of 2,825 pounds. The bucket breakout force on the TS80R2 is 5,845 pounds, with a lift-arm force of 7,080 pounds and a maximum hinge pin height of 10 feet, 5 inches.

The TS80V2 is heavier than its radial counterpart, with an operating weight of 8,965 pounds and a rated operating capacity of 3,500 pounds. Bucket breakout force on the vertical model is 5,920 pounds, with a lift-arm force of 6,200 pounds and a maximum hinge pin height of 10 feet, 10 inches.

Comfortable to operate, the TS80 skid steers feature a functional and well-equipped operator’s station. Several new options are also available, including ride control, bucket positioning and high-flow auxiliary hydraulics. www.takeuchi-us.com

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Kate Wade

Kate Wade is the managing editor of Utility Fleet Professional and Incident Prevention magazines. She has been employed by Utility Business Media Inc. since 2008.

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