2010 Cat Lift Truck
These rugged, compact lift trucks come with fuel-injected purePowerŪ engines that provide excellent horsepower and torque in hard-working environments. The fuel management system optimizes fuel economy with the Fuel Saver Mode while exceeding EPA requirements for CO, HC and NOx emissions.
Top of Overhead Guard: 88.8 in. (2,255 mm)
Mast Extended: 140.9 in. (3,580 mm)
Center of Wheelbase: 7.9 in. (200 mm)
Engine & Drivetrain
Parking: Hand, mechanical
2.6 x 48 x 6 in. (65 x 1,220 x 150 mm)
77 / 71 fpm (0.39 / 0.36 m/s)
77 / 106 fpm (0.39 / 0.54 m/s)
Maximum Empty: 22%
Maximum Loaded: 30%
14.3 / 13 mph (23 / 21 km/h)
Front: 28 x 12 x 22 in.
Rear: 22 x 8 x 16 in.
7,086 / 12,207 lbs. (3,215 / 5,539 kg)
Rated Load (Front / Rear): 28,996 / 3,798 lbs. (12,920 / 1,834 kg)
|A transmission interlock system helps protect operators and loads by disengaging the drive function when the operator leaves the normal seated position|
|LED front work lights and rear combination lights burn brighter and last longer than conventional lights|
|Improved visibility in all directions due to overhead guard, mast and counterweight design|
|Designed to maximize operator comfort and minimize fatigue:|
|Full-suspension vinyl seat resists shock and vibration|
|Generous floor area with through-the-floor pedal design, which helps promote natural motion|
|Tilt steering column with information display panel|
|Ergonomic hydraulic control levers are conveniently placed for easy access|
|EPA-compliant purePOWERŪ engines meet 2010 emissions regulations|
|Engine Protection System automatically reduces engine RPMs if engine coolant temperature gets too high|
|STR (short turning radius) models have extra-heavy, lead-filled counterweights allowing for greater maneuverability and rearward visibility in confined areas|
|The engine cover opens widely and allows for easy service access, not requiring tools|
|Extended service intervals up to 500 hours helps save money, while helping to reduce downtime|
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