OZZIQUIP PUMA MINI LOADER for sale $17,900
|Title||OZZIQUIP PUMA MINI LOADER|
The Ozziquip Puma Mini Loader is designed for the operator wanting a compact machine but not a stand on type which can be very tiring and hard on the body after a long days work.
Using the Dingo Kanga quick hitch system there is a massive range of attachments available to suit this machine.
With direct hydraulic drive, four motors, one to each wheel the transmission is service free, no chains to tighten and maintain.
The Ozziquip Puma offers excellent stability and pulling force due to ideal weight distribution and extended wheelbase. With a well thought out operators platform that is comfortable and well protected from the elements due to the ROPS ( Certified) canopy which comes as standard.
With a two speed pedal located in the foot well the drive speed can be selected on the fly without having to stop. The Auxiliary hydraulics can be operated either by a pedal in the foot well keeping both hands free or by a lockable lever on the dash.
With twin hydraulic pumps pumping out 22.5 lpm each and a massive 45 litre hydraulic tank this machine is designed for commercial use and is built extra tough.
This mini loader is a real multi purpose machine, designed for construction sites, farms, demolition, fencing contractors and hire fleets.
With a massive range of attachments designed for the machine the tasks are endless. Some examples are: Trencher, Broom, Spreader Bar, Ripper, Cement Mixer, Pallet Forks, Bale Spear, Tiller, Stump Grinder, Rock Bucket, Grapple Auger and the 4 in 1 bucket that comes with the machine as standard.
Engine 3M78 Diesel
Cooling Water Cooled
Bucket Width 1040mm
Machine Width 890mm
Length (Hitch) 2030mm
Length (Bucket) 2620mm
Drive Speed 0-10km/h
Max Lift Height 2121mm
Lift Capacity 850kg ( Hydraulic)
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