Posted December 23, 2015

Bobcat's New T770 Compact Track Loader

Bobcat's newest compact track loader, the T770, is a vertical-lift machine, powered by a Tier 4 final, 3.4-liter Bobcat engine. The engine delivers high-performing torque across a wide span on engine rpm, with lower engine noise. 

 T770_GrappleThe new T770 does not require a diesel particulate filter (DPF), which requires a regeneration process and routine filter cleanings. The CTL also features:

  • Diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) level indicator: found on the display panel and informs operators how much DEF is in the loader’s tank
  • Selective catalytic reduction (SCR) error icon: illuminates on the display panel when the DEF tank is at 25 percent capacity
  • Electric air inlet fans: located in and above the loader tailgate help keep the engine compartment cool

In conjunction with Bobcat 96- and 108-inch heavy-duty grader attachments and the Trimble GCS900 grade control system, contractors can use the machine on projects that require digital designs and 3D machine control. The system allows operators to work at higher speeds without losing accuracy and increases valve responses.

The 3D grade control system can be used with the following M-Series loaders: the S750 through S850 skid-steer loaders; T650 through T870 compact track loaders; and the A770 all-wheel steer loader. A deluxe instrumentation panel is required for M-Series loaders in order to use the 3D system.