WORK WITHOUT LIMITS
WORK WITHOUT LIMITS
No matter what your line of work – construction, landscaping, demolition or farming – you”ll complete your jobs more effectively with a New Holland skid steer. The innovative Super BoomTM design lets you do more in less time.
New Holland skid steers combine incredible stability with the superior reach of the Super BoomTM vertical lift linkage. The result? More lift capacity per pound of total machine weight. That means you can move bigger loads to increase productivity and improve your bottom line.
The long wheelbase and low center of gravity provide added stability on uneven terrain.
You get a better view in all directions with a New Holland skid steer. Visibility to the rear is outstanding due to the large rear window, low engine hood and no rear frame towers to block your view. Looking forward, the low boom cross member lets you see the cutting edge of the bucket when the boom is down. Metal screens on each side provide protection and excellent side visibility.
The entire cab and boom assembly lift forward and up for full access to the engine or transmission.
The new, fully detailed deluxe cab interior provides a quieter more comfortable place to work.
The see-through area on the new deluxe cab roof provides a clear view to the bucket or attachment, even when it”s positioned at full height.
High-visibility backlit controls at-a-glance instrument panel with logical labeling for easy operation.
The New Holland pilot control option puts every operator in a comfortable, efficient work environment while improving machine response and handling.
All major service points are easy to reach. Less maintenance time increases your bottom line.
For more information visit www.NewHolland.com.
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