Transporting compact loaders involves several steps that should not be overlooked. Selecting the right transport and towing vehicles, properly loading the machine and practicing proper fastening techniques are steps that should be followed by you and your employees when transporting your loader.
As spring begins, Bobcat® compact loader owners should start thinking about maintenance on their machines. A maintenance checklist — including testing the battery, checking tires, fluids, oils and fuels — and following attachment maintenance procedures should take place several weeks before you operate your loader on a jobsite.
Compact loaders are becoming more cost-effective and environmentally friendly. Manufacturers are focusing on meeting your needs for highly productive machines because we all know a more productive business is a more profitable one. Instinctive Control Systems Multiple control options allow…
We all know the revenue needle stops moving during unexpected downtime. That’s why preventive maintenance is so important to your business. Although wear issues develop with all equipment over time, you must answer one simple question about your maintenance plan: Do you want to be proactive or reactive?
As a compact loader operator, your office looks a little different than those who wear a suit and carry a briefcase to work. Office buildings provide a temperature-controlled room, ample leg space, endless outlets and plenty of places to rest a coffee mug. Who says your cab can’t measure up?