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Takeuchi TW80 Series 2 Wheel Loader

Fri June 30, 2017 - Southeast Edition #14
Construction Equipment Guide


With an operating weight of 12,700 lbs. (5,760 kg), the TW80 Series 2 has a rated operating capacity of 4,445 lbs. (2,016 kg), tipping load of 12,700 lbs. (5,760 kg) and a bucket breakout force of 13,960 lbs. (6,332 kg)
With an operating weight of 12,700 lbs. (5,760 kg), the TW80 Series 2 has a rated operating capacity of 4,445 lbs. (2,016 kg), tipping load of 12,700 lbs. (5,760 kg) and a bucket breakout force of 13,960 lbs. (6,332 kg)

Takeuchi-US features the TW80 Series 2 wheel loader in its lineup. Equipped with an EPA Final Tier IV engine, the wheel loader delivers strong performance, easy serviceability, and an enhanced deluxe operator's cabin for superior operator comfort. The compact design allows this loader to easily maneuver in tight spaces with minimal damage to lawns, pavement, and other sensitive surface areas, according to the manufacturer.

The loader provides reach and dump heights up to 8 ft. 6 in. (2.6 m) for trouble-free material handling. With an operating weight of 12,700 lbs. (5,760 kg), the TW80 Series 2 has a rated operating capacity of 4,445 lbs. (2,016 kg), tipping load of 12,700 lbs. (5,760 kg) and a bucket breakout force of 13,960 lbs. (6,332 kg).

Featuring an improved cab in both performance and comfort, the TW80 Series 2 is equipped with air conditioning and heat, adjustable armrest and controller position, as well as convenient storage compartments for the operator. For improved performance, the automotive-styled interior design also features a frameless door for enhanced visibility, easy to operate function switches, inching pedal for precise machine control, and precision pilot controls.

For more information, visit www.takeuchi-us.com.




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