TL12V2 Track Loader


January 26, 2016 - Equipment

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

The all-new TL12V2 track loader from Takeuchi-US is the first vertical lift model in the company’s lineup and the largest vertical lift track loader in the industry. New features provide better stability and visibility, reduced vibration, increased lift height, and complete comfort for the operator, according to the company.

Built with increased performance features, the TL12V2 vertical lift loader arrangement delivers 45% greater operating capacity over the current TL12 radial. The vertical lift arm design provides outstanding reach and stability as well as increased lift height.

The new track loader is powered by a Kubota 3.8L diesel engine that is Tier 4 final emission compliant, and produces 111.3 hp and 284 ft-lbs of torque.

The TL12V2 features a lower cross member for greater visibility, efficiency, and performance on the job. The design of the rear cross member also provides optimum visibility to the rear of the machine. Additionally, the operator’s station has been completely revamped with a wider cabin. Also new are a 5.7-inch color multi-informational display and an Active Power Control system.   

The TL12V2 now features a quiet track design for reduced noise and vibration while operating with a new tread pattern. The tread pattern produces greater flotation minimizing ground disturbance, and a new contact pad between the roller and track enhances ride quality and reduces vibration. Additionally, the undercarriage on the TL12V2 has been lengthened for greater stability and improved ride quality.

The TL12V2 includes a standard two-year, 2,000-hour warranty.

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