Posted March 6, 2015

Terex Adds Two GEN2 Skid Steers to Line

Terex added the R260S radial lift and V350S vertical lift skid steer loaders to its GEN2 line, featuring a Tier 4 Final 74-hp turbocharged Deutz diesel and variable-flow hydraulcs. Rated operating capacities are 2600 lb and 3500 lbs., respectively, for the machines that, the company says, were built with rental center needs in mind.

terex R260sThe R260S has a 5,200-lb tipping load, a 6,420-lb bucket breakout force, 125 in of lift height and 25 in of reach to handle digging and grading applications. 

The  V350S features a 7,000-lb tipping load, 5,050-lb bucket breakout force and 5,540-lb arm lifting force for lift-and-carry applications. 

Terex V350s

Both offer 10.5 in of ground clearance and a 24 degree rear angle of departure. These features improve the machines’ ability to traverse soft, uneven terrain, making the workday more productive and less frustrating. For increased versatility, loader arms are design to accomodate over-the-tire steel tracks, such as the Loegering F- and Z-Series. The Versatile Track System, a rubber track undercarriage that bolts to a skid steer's standard hubs, is also an available option. 

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