Today’s loader backhoes are economical yet powerful, designed to provide users with optimal results. New features, from the Kubota M59’s 59-hp three-vortex combustion system diesel engine that allows increased airflow into the combustion chamber to Deere’s “creep to reposition” feature that means more time digging and less time maneuvering, ensure that operators perform their jobs more efficiently than ever before.
The Allmand TLB-6235 four-wheel-drive compact tractor loader backhoe (Circle 910) features a full-time mechanical four-wheel-drive system, offering efficient functionality through a hydrostatic transmission. The addition of four-wheel drive provides increased versatility over two-wheel-drive models, allowing operators to work in more adverse conditions.
Powered by a 35-hp, liquid-cooled Isuzu diesel engine, the TLB-6235 is driven by an axial piston motor capable of running at higher pressures and RPMs, increasing efficiency. The TLB-6235 houses a 65-hp rated servo-controlled hydrostatic transmission. The servo-control system provides positive neutral and infinite control of the machine, as well as reduced pedal effort in either forward or reverse travel mode. Additionally, the transmission case is constructed from cast iron to minimize noise.
Allmand’s ESL (extended service life) backhoe design features oversized pins with composite bearings and urethane lip seals in all working joints. This design reduces friction and extends service intervals by eliminating metal-to-metal contact, retaining grease and keeping debris out. For added safety, the TLB-6235 backhoe features Allmand’s heavy-duty boom lock, which can be easily engaged or disengaged from the operator’s seat.