Reach, muscle and speed are the hallmarks of New Holland skid steers. Outfitted with productivity-boosting features, New Holland’s nine skid-steer models can tackle a variety of landscaping, construction, demolition or farming applications.
With a 2,000-lb SAE-rated operating capacity, a bucket breakout force of 4,300 lb and an operating weight of 6,230 lb, the new L175 skid steer (Circle 910) has a New Holland turbo-charged engine rated at 60 gross hp. With a full 10-ft lift height and 29 in. of forward reach, the L175 reaches higher and farther than other similarly sized skid-steer loaders.
Large loader lift and bucket cylinders provide superior breakout for tough digging applications. An optional high-flow hydraulic system provides a total flow of 34 gal per minute to power high-productivity attachments like augers and hydraulic hammers.
Because of the vertical lift design, the operator has excellent visibility to the front and rear. The low boom cross-member lets the operator see the bucket’s edge when the boom is down.
For operator comfort, the operator station is isolated from the frame to reduce vibration. The cab has a wide entry and provides plenty of leg, elbow and shoulder room. The seat and foot pedals are adjustable for a more comfortable ride, and all controls are within easy reach.