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Kubota’s SVL75 and SVL90 Compact Track Loaders Now Available With Enclosed Cab

Wed August 03, 2011 - National Edition
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A variety of performance-matched attachments are available for the SVL75 and SVL90.
A variety of performance-matched attachments are available for the SVL75 and SVL90.
A variety of performance-matched attachments are available for the SVL75 and SVL90. The 74.3-gross hp (55 kW) SVL75 boasts a 6,204 lb. bucket breakout force and a 4,881 lb. (2,214 kg) lifting capacity. The 90-gross hp (67 kW) SVL90 has a bucket breakout force of 7,961 lb. and a lifting capacity of 5,869 lb. (2,662 kg).

A new enclosed cab option is now available on Kubota’s compact track loader models, the SVL75 and the SVL90. Built to ensure operator comfort in the heat of summer to the chill of winter, the new compact track loaders with enclosed cabs are all-Kubota designed, engineered and manufactured.

“The new compact track loaders with enclosed cab are available at select Kubota dealers, and they offer customers an efficient, rugged, highly maneuverable track loader,” said Greg Embury, Kubota vice president, sales and marketing. “The new enclosed cab offers increased operator comfort and productivity during long work days.”

Comfort and Stability

The new Kubota SVL75 and SVL90 compact track loaders offer a wide cab entrance and a spacious, comfortable operator area; the optional enclosed cab features air conditioning and heater for increased comfort in more extreme weather conditions. The roomy operator area features a high-back, fully adjustable suspension seat and ample leg room. A hand-and-foot throttle ensures exceptional convenience.

Both models are equipped with two-speed travel and high ground clearance for optimal travel performance on rough construction site terrain. The overall design is built to ensure stability and comfort in uneven terrain.

Power and Performance

Both Kubota compact track loader models deliver notable bucket breakout force and lifting capacity to provide performance and productivity. The 74.3-gross hp (55 kW) SVL75 boasts a 6,204-lb. bucket breakout force and a 4,881-lb. (2,214 kg) lifting capacity. The 90-gross hp (67 kW) SVL90 has a bucket breakout force of 7,961 lbs. and a lifting capacity of 5,869 lbs. (2,662 kg). Both models are powered by a four-cylinder, direct injection, turbo-charged Kubota diesel engine.

Kubota’s compact loaders are equipped with a rigid-mount undercarriage and a vertical lift designed for long reach and maximum lifting and dumping capabilities. A variety of performance-matched attachments are available for the SVL75 and SVL90, including several bucket options with teeth or straight edges, 4-in-1 buckets, pallet forks and more.

Easy Maintenance and Durability

Kubota’s SVL75 and SVL 90 are designed with time-saving maintenance in mind, featuring an easy tilt-up cabin for convenient access. Daily maintenance checks for engine oil dipstick, fuel filter, water/fuel separator, air cleaner and coolant level are simple, and greasing the machine also is easy with all grease fittings accessible from ground level. A slide-and-tilt radiator and oil cooler are simple to reach because it requires the removal of only four bolts to be tilted for easy cleaning. In addition, Kubota’s compact track loaders were designed to sustain hard work and heavy loads; the main frame and undercarriage are a one-piece, welded unit to provide uncompromised structural strength, according to the manufacturer.

For more information, call 888/458-2682 or visit www.kubota.com.