Bobcat E60

Bobcat E60 Bobcat E60The Bobcat E60 compact excavator is a minimal tail swing model with powerful digging capabilities. Bobcat is proud to be leading the industry in dig depth and reach, while also offering features such as a large, roomy cab and a fully-adjustable Super Deluxe seat and the automotive-style climate control. With the Bobcat E60’s 250-hour greasing intervals, you save time and remain productive longer. Bobcat engineers and manufactures its own attachments to help you accomplish even more.

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Minimal Tail Swing:
Provides compromise to offer tight tail swing machine with impressivelifting capacities.

Hydraulic System: Provides smooth, refined operation for tough jobs. Watch the Bobcat hydraulic system outperform other brands in the Bobcat Advantage Digging Challenge, Lifting Challenge, Slew Challenge, Backfill Challenge and Hydraulic Horsepower Challenge videos.

Auto Idle: Idles the engine when machine functions are not used for four seconds or more; throttle returns to previous position when joystick is moved or travel function is engaged.

Piston Pump: Senses loads, delivers smooth control and provides exceptional metering.

Easy Hydraulic Clamp Installation: Simplify installation of a hydraulic clamp through an auxiliary port relief on the closed center valve. Clamp mounts integrated into the dipper arm. Some brands don’t even feature a standard clamp mount. Compare them in the Bobcat Advantage Attachment Readiness video.

Quick Couplers: Standard equipped with auxiliary hydraulic quick couplers to power hydraulic attachments. On some brands, quick couplers aren’t even standard equipment. Learn more in the Bobcat Advantage Attachment Readiness video.

X-Change System (standard): Allows you to change attachments quickly with Bobcat&slquo;s exclusive system. Attachment changes should be easy. Watch the Bobcat X-Change™ Advantages video to see the industry’s fastest, most efficient attachment X-Change system in action.

Selectable Control Pattern: Easily change between “excavator” and “backhoe” control pattern.

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