LiuGong 385 Skid Steer Loader

Thu February 15, 2018 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The loader’s 72 hp Yanmar Tier IV Final engine offers maximum torque with low fuel consumption and high reliability. The standard open-center hydraulic system provides a flow of 20. 8 gal. (79 L) per min.
The loader’s 72 hp Yanmar Tier IV Final engine offers maximum torque with low fuel consumption and high reliability. The standard open-center hydraulic system provides a flow of 20. 8 gal. (79 L) per min.

With an operating weight of 8,250 lbs. (3,742 kg) and 0.66 cu. yd. (.5 cu m) bucket capacity, the LiuGong 385B skid steer loader has a mechanical quick coupler compatible with a wide range of attachments that makes switching implements fast and easy.

Ergonomically located controls reduce operator fatigue in the comfortable, operator-friendly cab with easy-to-read electronic displays. Safety is enhanced by ROPS/FOPS protection and high-intensity LED light clusters front and back for maximum worksite visibility.

The loader's 72 hp Yanmar Tier IV Final engine offers maximum torque with low fuel consumption and high reliability. The standard open-center hydraulic system provides a flow of 20. 8 gal. (79 L) per min.

Options include 31.7 gal. (120 L) per min high-flow hydraulics for more demanding implements, 2-speed operation and a self-leveling valve to provide parallel lift.

Made tough for the tough North American market, customer support for the 385B skid steer loader is available through LiuGong's coast-to-coast dealer network and regional offices.

For more information, visit www.liugongna.com.




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