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Produced at the New Holland Construction plant in Wichita, Kan., the New Holland L175 skid steer loader features a New Holland turbocharged engine rated at 60 gross hp (44.7 kW), and has a 2,000-lb. (907 kg) SAE-rated operating capacity, a bucket breakout force of 4,300 lbs. (1,950 kg) and an operating weight of 6,230 lbs. (2,826 kg).
“The L175 includes many of the same features available on New Holland’s other skid steer models, such as the Super Boom vertical lift linkage for better dump height and reach, a long wheelbase for exceptional stability, fast ground speeds and no rear towers to impair visibility,” said David Daniels, New Holland brand marketing manager. “And, like all New Holland skid steer loaders, the L175 has one of the fastest boom and bucket cycle times in the industry.”
With a full 10-ft. (3 m) lift height and 29 in. (73.6 cm) of forward reach, the L175 reaches higher and farther than other similarly-sized skid steer loaders and, combined with increased stability, the operator can move bigger loads to increase productivity and improve the bottom line.
“With an operating weight of only 6,230 pounds, the L175 is a lot of skid steer in a small package,” Daniels said. “The L175 will be available with optional two-speed configuration and deluxe cab with air conditioning like New Holland’s larger skid steer models.”
For more information, visit www.newholland.com.
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