The radial-lift, 75-hp RS-75 includes a 2,600-lb. rated operating capacity and a 5,845-lb. breakout force. - Photo: ASV

The radial-lift, 75-hp RS-75 includes a 2,600-lb. rated operating capacity and a 5,845-lb. breakout force.

Photo: ASV

ASV Holdings expands the new Max-Series lineup with the addition of the vertical-lift VS-75 and radial-lift RS-75 skid steers.

The Max-Series line was first introduced with compact track loaders in mid-2020. Like the tracked machines, the skid steers benefit from a new cab available with industry-leading 360-degree visibility, a roomier operator area, a more comfortable seat, a new high-tech touch-screen display, and more. Max-Series skid steers also feature proven ASV benefits, including reliability, rated operating capacities, departure angles, breakout force, hydraulic performance, ground clearance, speed, ease of serviceability, and cooling packages.

The radial-lift, 75-hp RS-75 includes a 2,600-lb. rated operating capacity and a 5,845-lb. breakout force. The vertical-lift VS-75 features a 5,920-lb. breakout force and 3,500-lb. rated operating capacity for its 75 hp. The VS-75’s high capacity rivals many 95 to 100 hp units, giving operators the ability to have the fuel economy and reduced price of a lower horsepower machine but the performance of larger skid steers.

Both models are better able to travel over obstacles without getting hung up thanks to 10.5 inches of ground clearance, more than 2 inches higher than any machine in their class. In addition, the purpose-built chassis improves performance while climbing hills resulting from a 24-degree departure angle.

The machines maximize serviceability with convenient and simple maintenance access. Swing-out door and cooling systems provide access to filters and other daily checkpoints for easy maintenance.