With both compact wheeled loaders and heavy duty wheeled loaders available to buyers, Terex covers a broad section of the market with its current range. And used models offer a more affordable way to take ownership of one of these reliable, hard working machines. Wheeled loaders are quieter and more economical than tracked variants, while still offering good performance away from the target and plenty of power to help move large loads of loose material. It is simply necessary for buyers to pick a unit that makes sense for them.
For entry level wheeled loader activities Terex has created the TL65, a unit that still manages to shoulder a maximum payload of 1.5 tonnes. It measures under two metres across and so can squeeze through gaps that other loaders might have trouble with, while things like the oscillating rear axle and the integrated diff lock make it easy to manoeuvre even over rough terrain. The cab is constructed from steel and offers good visibility for the operator, as well as appropriate levels of protection. In addition to the standard bucket, which can be used to move loose loads, there is the option to add more specialised attachments to the arms, including forks to help with pallet handling, a sweeper for site maintenance and even a snow blade for ground clearing duties in wintry weather conditions.
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The Terex TL120 is a compact wheeled loader with an operating weight of almost seven tonnes, a 100hp engine and a bucket capacity of up to 1.8 cubic metres. Controlling the movement of the arm and the bucket is not too taxing thanks to the firm’s special fingertip joystick system, which is present across most of the current range of wheeled loaders. And as well as being capable of dexterous movement management, this machine is designed to be more fuel efficient than past generations of loaders.
The heavy duty wheeled loaders from Terex are fundamentally larger and more powerful than the compact alternatives, with less of an emphasis on manoeuvrability and more on being able to perform robustly in tricky circumstances again and again. The TL160 gets the range started, with a maximum bucket capacity of 2.6 cubic metres and a hydraulic system which harnesses the firm’s load-independent flow distribution to make sure it operates smoothly with every movement. Ideal for shifting large amounts of earth or other materials, this model also has impressive intervals between maintenance sessions to reassure you of its ruggedness and saleability on the second hand market.
The Terex TL310 is a technologically advanced wheeled loader with a bucket capacity of up to 6.5 cubic metres and a straight tipping load of up to 13,200kg. Things are kept efficient thanks to the cutting edge cooling system, and this model is just as happy carrying out forklift duties as it is in the construction or recycling industries. The needs of the operator cannot be ignored so make sure you select a used Terex wheeled loader which has a cab that is in good condition.
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