New TEREX TLB990 Backhoe for sale

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Full Specifications

Common Fields

Country Australia

Standard Fields

Model TLB990
Differentiator T4i
Year 2014


Category Sideshift


SAE dig depth - mm 5,642
Reach at ground level - mm 6,950
Loading height - mm 4,545
Backhoe Bucket width - mm 305-1800
Backhoe Bucket breakout - kgf 6,913
Backhoe Dipper breakout - kgf 4,191


Loader bucket capacity - m3 1.2
Dump height - mm 2,906
Loader Bucket width - mm 2,386
Loader Bucket breakout - kgf 5,649


Engine Make-Model Perkins 1204E-E44TA
Net engine power SAE rated - kW 69.9
Engine displacement - lt 4.4
Number of cylinders 4
Transmission Type Servo power synchro
Drive 4WD
Speeds fwd-rev 4F/3R
Max Speed fully loaded - kph 39.5
Ride Control System Optional


Pump Type Tandem gear pumps/ Variable piston pump
Pump Flow - lpm Tandem gear-160/ V piston pump-152
Relief Valve Pressure - bar 250


Travel Length - mm 6,139
Travel Height - mm 3,806
Width - mm 2,386
Turn circle diameter outside bucket corner - mm 9,300
Operating weight - kg 8,663
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