TL10V2 Track Loader


November 9, 2016 - Equipment

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

The Takeuchi-US TL10V2 vertical lift track loader is Final Tier 4 emission compliant  and delivers a 5% greater operating capacity over its precedessor. It also provides increased lift height and greater balance.

At 10,130 lbs., the TL10V2 features a tipping load of 7,205 lbs., bucket breakout force of 6,520 lbs., and lift arm breakout force of 5,400 lbs. Additionally, it has a maximum hinge pin height of 10 ft., 4.8 in., fully raised dump height of 7 ft., 11.9 in., and dump reach of 3 ft., 1.4 in. 

The TL10V2 is powered by a Kubota 3.3L diesel engine that produces 74.3 hp and 195 lb.-ft. of torque, and features a diesel oxidation catalyst and diesel particulate filter after-treatment system. Active Power Control is standard equipment, and it allows the machine to automatically maintain engine power and keeps the engine within its optimal performance range. This feature can be turned on or off depending on the operator’s experience with Takeuchi controls.

A fully redesigned operator’s station provides greater comfort and functionality. It features a new 5.7-inch color multi-informational display and precision pilot controls.

The quiet track design reduces noise and vibration, and the tread design provides maximum flotation. Central filter locations, easy access battery compartment, and high capacity swing out cooling module improve serviceability.

The loader comes standard with Takeuchi’s new telematics system, Takeuchi Fleet Management.

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