Bobcat has replaced their model 463 with the new S70, the smallest model in the company’s line of skid-steer loaders. A 23.5-horsepower engine powers the 2,845-pound S70. At 71.4 inches tall, 35.4 inches wide and 75.5 inches long without an attachment and with a rated operating capacity of 700 pounds, the S70 can work in confined areas. The Bob-Tach system allows attachments to be quickly connected or removed from the loader to accommodate 35 Bobcat attachments.
Bobcat introduces the S70 for work in tight jobsites
June 16, 2008