JCB’s 1CXT backhoe loader, the company’s smallest backhoe model, is now available to customers in the United States and Canada. The JCB 1CXT delivers the material handling and excavating capability of a backhoe loader with the maneuverability and transportability of a compact track loader.
At less than 6 feet wide and 12 feet long, the 1CXT has a 60% smaller footprint than a full-size backhoe loader. Its compact dimensions enable access to jobsites too small for a conventional machine. It features bucket breakout force up to 5,180 lb.-ft. and maximum dig depth of 10 feet, 1 inch. And with a transport weight of less than 9,600 lbs., the 1CXT can be towed between jobsites without a Commercial Driver’s License (subject to local regulations).
The JCB 1CXT is powered by a Perkins engine that requires no diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) or replaceable diesel particulate filter (DPF) and produces 49 hp and 122 lb.-ft. of torque. The hydraulic system includes a 24.6 gpm auxiliary circuit capable of powering high-flow attachments including patch planers and trenchers.