Terex has introduced a vertical-lift path skid steer to the market.
The Terex TSV-90 skid steer loader features an 85-horsepower Tier 4-interim compliant Cummins turbocharged engine.
The machine has a 3,375-pound rated operating capacity and 131 inches of lift height.
The TSV-90 has a chassis of 10.5 inches of ground clearance and a 25.5-degree angle of departure.
Weighing in at 9,430 pounds and featuring a tipping load capacity of 6,750 pounds, the machine has a bucket breakout force 5,820 pounds.
The skid steer also has 8,700 pounds of tractive effort and a 23-gallon fuel tank capacity.
A two-speed hydrostatic drive system is available for maximum torque and speeds up to 12 mph.
Load sensing hydraulics help save fuel and energy, and an equipped hydraulic fan cooling system helps preserve the engine’s horsepower.
Its open design, with tilt-up ROPS and tilt-out coolers, enables operators and service technicians to easily access to all the machine’s components.
Attachments for the machine include, auger, backhoe, rotary broom, general purpose bucket, light-material bucket, multi-purpose bucket, dozer blade, pallet forks, power box rake, snow blade, snow blower, stump grinder, trencher, vibratory roller and the Loegering Eliminator rake.