Product Spotlight: New Holland 200 Series Skid Steer Loaders

Get over it!  No problem with a New Holland 200 Series Skid Loader

REACH FOR IT! We have a wide variety of 200 Series New Holland Skid Steer Loaders here at Martin Implement.  So, if you’re taking notes, get your pencil ready! …We have the L213, L216, L218, L220, L221, L228, L230 and, finally, the top o’ the line L234. These machines range from 46 horsepower with a max hinge-pin height of 112” (the L213); to 84 hp and a max height of 131.1” (the L234).  

What they all have in common is an amazing combination of reach, power, comfort, and versatility.

BEST-IN-CLASS DUMP HEIGHT 
The smartly-designed geometry of the New Holland SUPER BOOM® vertical lift linkage enables featured 200 Series Skid Steers to load material right smack in the center of the truck bed. The bucket pivot point is also very close to the machine’s center of gravity, which complements the great reach with outstanding stability. 

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Just In: New Holland L221 Skid Steer Loader

New Holland Construction L221 Skid Steer Loader

The L221 adds more muscle to the radial lift class New Holland offers

This winter New Holland introduced a bigger radial lift skid steer: the L221.  We got our hands on one and decided to see how it compares to the other radial lift skids in New Holland’s fleet.  We’ve had both L213 and L215 skid steers in the past and really liked their productivity, so we were excited to test the newest model.

The L221 is equipped with a 74 hp engine and a 2,100 lb. operating capacity.  That makes it by far the most powerful of the radial lift skid class.  Radial lift skid steers have an advantage over vertical lifts in a few areas like forward reach, which make it an ideal machine for pushing, grading or clearing brush.  The engine and lift specs put it right in between the L220 and L223, both vertical lift models.  If you’ve got any questions on which type of skid steer is best for you give our sales department a call and we’ll get you pointed in the right direction.  Some prefer radial, some vertical, but in the end the work you’re doing will help decide. Continue reading