landscaping settings. They are ideal for demolishing concrete when paired with a Cat Hammer.
- Maximum Digging Depth
- Operating Weight
- Overall Length
- Stabilizer Spread - Operating Position
- Digging Depth at 610 mm (2 ft)
- Digging Depth at 4220 mm (8 ft)
- Straight Wall Digging Depth
- Overall Operating Height
- Loading Reach
- Reach - From Swing Pivot at Ground Line
- Swing Arc
- 180 degrees
- Bucket Rotation
- 192 degrees
- Bucket Breakout Force
- Stick Breakout Force
- Boom Pivot Height
- Ground Clearance
- Transport Width
- Total Side Shift Travel
- Required Hydraulics
- Standard Flow
- Required Hydraulic Flow
- 42-86 L/min (11-23 gpm)
- Optimal Hydraulic Pressure
- 145-235 bar (2100 - 3400 psi)
- Transport Height
- Loading Height
Used in typical backhoe applications such as digging footings, basements, and drainage ditches, utility trenching, back-filling, and maintaining slopes and embankments in construction, industrial, and landscaping settings.
"Best in Class" Comfort
Operators can dig, excavate, side-shift, and even re-position the machine and backhoe without ever leaving the seat. Operators can work for extended periods of time, with little fatigue since the cab offers comfort and cover from extreme temperatures or inclement weather conditions.
Sideshift provides the ability to dig close to walls, exposing brick ledges, backfilling and widening trenches.
Productivity and Maneuverability
In-cab operation increases productivity by reducing the amount of time required to reposition compared to traditional skid steer loader backhoes, allowing for faster cycle times than competitive units. The compact package of the machine and backhoe allows the operator to maneuver more easily in confined areas and leaves more trailer space for other Cat Work Tools.
Optional Auxiliary Hydraulic Lines
Optional auxiliary hydraulic lines provide auxiliary flow to the end of the stick to operate Mini Hydraulic Excavator hammers, augers, ditch cleaning buckets, thumbs, and vibratory plate compactors.