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Toolcat 5600 has new options, enhancements

Agriculture.com Staff 01/30/2006 @ 10:24am

The Toolcat 5600, by Bobcat, combines all of the features of a utility loader, pickup truck, and attachment carrier. Do more with less due to the addition of rear hydraulic and power take-off kits, four new attachments, and an enhanced drive system.

With the rear hydraulic and PTO kits, farmers can power implements like the sickle mower, hay rake, hay baler, grass and leaf blower, batwing finish mower, and dumping trailer. Both primary and remote rear hydraulic kits are available.

The four new attachments added to the line up include the Brushcat rotary cutter, sweeper, landscape rake, and combination bucket.

The tilt linkage redesign improves the Toolcat 5600's lifting capabilities and attachment rollback force. The linkage is limited to a 30-degree angle at maximum boom lift, which makes leveling loads while lifting with pallet forks easier.

For more information, visit bobcat.com/RR5600C.

The Toolcat 5600, by Bobcat, combines all of the features of a utility loader, pickup truck, and attachment carrier. Do more with less due to the addition of rear hydraulic and power take-off kits, four new attachments, and an enhanced drive system.

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