Generation 2 Loaders


October 27, 2014 - Equipment

<p><em>Photo courtesy of Terex</em></p>

The Terex Generation 2 (GEN2) skid steer and compact track loaders are available in radial and vertical lift-path patterns with rated operating capacities ranging from 665 lbs. to 3,600 lbs. The loaders are designed for site preparation, construction, landscaping, infrastructure development, and demolition applications.

All Terex GEN2 models are equipped with final Tier 4 engines. Improvements to the GEN2 line include an improved quick-attach pin profile, a cylinder seal package that includes three additional sealing surfaces to eliminate potential leakage, as well as wear bands to reduce side load strain. GEN2 models also include new high-torque, stainless-steel clamps, upgraded hydraulic couplers, one million cycle hoses on all high-pressure applications, new standard and heavy-duty “W” style crimps on loader and drive hoses, and improved O-ring installation processes.

Carrying over from the company’s predecessor loader models, all Terex GEN2 compact track loaders utilize the company’s Posi-Track suspended undercarriage technology and all-rubber track system. With this system, GEN2 compact track loaders to achieve more traction, higher flotation, and better operating comfort so operators can make full use of the machine’s higher travel speeds, according to Terex. All Terex GEN2 skid steer loaders continue to have 10 inches of ground clearance, 28° rear angle of departure, and speeds of up to 12 mph.

The Terex GEN2 line includes eight models: R070T, R160T, R165S, R185S, R190T, R200S, V200S, V230S.

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