For some users, hand controls in a skid steer or compact track loader provide the best operating experience, while others may have a preference for foot, ISO or H-Pattern controls. Prior operating familiarity often determines a user’s preference, but physical limitations can also have an impact on what set of controls is most comfortable for each individual. Lucky for you with New Holland’s 200-Series machines, you have options when it comes to operator controls. Our first 2017 product spotlight covers New Holland 200 Series skid steer and compact track loader hand controls.
They’re called sectional pushers because of their individual moldboard sections. Each moldboard section is independent of the others, allowing each section to shift up and down and respond to uneven surfaces.
The pusher is simple to operate. When you drop the pusher and go, it automatically adjusts and then continues to readjust to surface height, for exceptional traction, less drag, and max pushing power.
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Our reasonable rates are based on a minimum of 4 months, with a max usage of 50 hours per month (with carryover); the excess usage billed per hour. A 5-month term instead of 4 and a minimum quantity of 5 units will give you an even better monthly rate. Continue reading →
Ask the Experts is a recurring segment where we share expert advice from our professional staff. In our latest Ask the Experts segment, we go over New Holland 200 series compact track loader operational controls: