The Mustang 2109 skid-steer loader (Circle 914) from Mustang Manufacturing Co. Inc., Owatonna, Minn., now has a 99-hp Cummins diesel engine. The Tier 2 emissions-certified, turbo-charged engine offers 305 ft/lb of torque, nearly 5% more than the previous 2109 engine.
In addition to more torque and performance, the Cummins B4.5T direct-injected engine offers easier access to important maintenance points, including the dipstick, oil fill and air cleaner. The conventional liquid-cooled design requires oil/filter changes at 500-hr intervals after the initial 50-hr service. Service on the Cummins engine is widely available through the extensive Cummins engine support network.
A grid-heater glow system provides easy preheat capability, helping operators in cold environments get to work quickly.
The largest skid steer on the market, the Mustang 2109 also claims the largest lift capacity and highest lift height available.