A new three-model lineup of B series of loader backhoes from Bobcat offers more power and digging depth that the models they replace. Cushioned side-swing, boom and dipper cylinders on the B series provide smooth operation and featherable control. The smallest of the three,
the 31.5-horsepower B100 has a 9-foot 3-inch digging depth and offers a 45-percent increase in backhoe bucket breakout force and 27-percent increase in dipper breakout force. The biggest, the 46-horsepower B300, digs to 11-feet deep and ups its bucket breakout
force by 21 percent and dipper breakout force by 44 percent for better trenching in hard conditions. The B250 model sports a side-shift excavator mount enabling you to dig flush with the side of a building or wall and digs down to 10 feet 6 inches. For tight quarters maneuvering the B250 and B300 models offer all wheel steering and four-wheel drive.
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