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JCB Skid Steers and JCB Compact Track Loaders
Available Models: at Ron’s Equipment: 215 / 270 / 300 / 215T / 270T / 300T
In 1993, JCB entered the skid steer market and changed it forever with the first mono-boom, side-entry skid steer, and the world’s first telescoping boom.
Then, in 2001, JCB’s compact track loaders hit the market, and 16 years later, JCB revamped its lineup, offering large- and small-platform skid steer loaders and compact track loaders. The all-new Teleskid compact track loader with telescopic boom made a grand entrance, offering greater lift, reach and dig depth than any compact track loader on the market.
Tier 4 Final Regulation Compliance Comes Standard
All JCB compact track loaders and skid steers are powered by JCB’s Tier 4 Final JCB Ecomax engine or JCB Diesel by Kohler engines. They all meet Tier 4 Final emissions standards with no need for exhaust aftertreatment. This improvement means greater fuel efficiency, reduced downtime and lower operating costs. The standard hydraulic circuit flow rate is 18.5 gpm on JCB small-platform compact track loaders and 24 gpm on large platform machines; a high-flow option, up to 33 gpm (depending on machine size), is available for maximum attachment versatility.
The JCB Compact Track Loader
JCB compact track loaders feature the company’s iconic single arm Powerboom. The Powerboom is manufactured from 20% more steel than conventional twin booms. And JCB guarantees it for the life of the machine. This single arm design eliminates the need for operators to climb over hazardous attachments or under an unsupported boom. JCB machines have wide-opening side door for safe entry and exit. The single boom design also enables 270 degrees of visibility from the operator’s seat and greatly improved rear visibility.
Improvements for the Operator
Large-platform JCB machines offer the operator a cab with 33% larger than the competition; small-platform JCB skid steer track loaders offer 46% more room than competing machines. Operators will also appreciate the handy storage space and 12-volt power socket for charging mobile phones and other devices. Air conditioning is an available option.
Some models also offer additional features like suspension seats, servo controls, sealed and pressurized cabs and optional counterweight packages.
The JCB Skid Steer
Today, JCB offers three large platform machines in North America — the 270, 300 and 3TS-8W — and one small track loader — the 215. Like the track loaders, the skid loaders feature the single-arm JCB Powerboom , safe side door entry, and 60% percent better visibility than competing skid steer loaders.
The JCB Teleskid can reach 60% further forward than any other skid steer on the market. It is also the only skid steer in the world that can dig below its chassis to an unparalleled depth of just over 3 feet. It can reach 8% higher than any other skid steer and is the only skid steer on the market that can combine vertical- and radial-lift capability. A unique bucket-positioning leveling system allows the bucket level to be set and maintained throughout the boom’s range of movement. And there are more than 30 families of attachments, allowing for versatility in any application.
More Features Mean Economy and Versatility In The Workplace
.JCB’s myCHOICE software lets operators adjust the travel and loader controls of their skidsteer loader for optimal operation to suit a range of activities, from precision applications to faster cycle operations.
And quick daily checks are easier than ever. All three filters in the skid steer are easily accessed from the rear of the machine. Plus, the operator can tilt the cab forward with the boom is in the down position for quick access to major components.
JCB skidsteers also boast 16% lower owner And operating costs, achieved by best in class fuel consumption.
Additionally, these machines are compatible with more than 30 families of attachments for versatility in any application.
There's even economy during transport, as many JCB small Skid Steer models are light enough (transport weights range from just 7,253 Llbs) to be towed behind a standard pickup truck, often without the need for a commercial driver’s license.
A Closer Look at Some Features
A fully-welded chassis provides a rigid structure for maximum strength and reduced weight. For consistent performance on demanding terrain, JCB skid steer and compact track loaders feature a solid undercarriage with cast steel, triple-flanged rollers.
The quick hitch comprises high-tensile steel and high-strength welds for longer life, and features a fully-enclosed tilt cylinder to eliminate debris infiltration on large platform models. For extra support and greater breakout force, JCB skid steers have the largest quick hitch pivot pins in the industry, and increased pivot pin diameter on the boom
With 20% more steel, and backed up with a lifetime warranty - the power boom design also gives the best visibility - 60% more than the average twin arm design. The JCB Powerboom boasts tapered pivot pins and 20 percent more steel than conventional twin-arm skid steer designs. The result is greater rigidity for less wear, longer life and improved retention of material in the bucket.
Unlike conventional steer cooling systems, the JCB engine cooling system pulls cool, clean air from above and forces hot air out through the sides and rear, away from the operator. The result is improved, efficient cooling, even in extreme conditions.
The standard hydraulic circuit on JCB small-platform skid steer and compact track loaders has a flow rate of 18.5 gpm. For large platform machines, the standard hydraulic circuit flow rate is 24 gpm. A high-flow option, up to 33 gpm (depending on machine size), is available for maximum attachment versatility.
JCB’s Smoothride System (SRS) allows the boom and load to move independently from the chassis, for improved load retention, operator comfort and, ultimately, faster loading cycles and journey times.
With no requirement for the rear torque tube found on conventional machines, operators of JCB vertical lift models benefit from even greater rear visibility. Additionally, a standard-fit rear view mirror enhances rearward visibility.
Tasks such as loading a truck or changing attachments are simplified due to excellent visibility to the cutting edge of the bucket and quick hitch.
Safety is achieved with our unique side entry design - the side door allows you to get in and out safely and easily - no longer do you have to climb over the attachment at the front. A wide-opening door (now 40% larger) and large grab handles enable easy and safe entry and exit, eliminating crush and slip hazards associated with front-entry machines.
The JCB skid steer loader and compact track loader range offers the most comfortable cab operating environment in its class. The latest JCB cab is in a class of its own for ergonomics and operator comfort. The operator environment on large-platform JCB machines is 33 percent larger than the competition; cabs on small-platform JCB skid steers are 46 percent larger than competing machines. This gives tremendous legroom and head and shoulder room.
JCB skid steers and compact track loaders have one of the best ventilation systems in the industry, thanks to three cab ventilation filters and an external panel cover. Air conditioning is available as an option, to provide the perfect cabin environment in any climate.
JCB large-platform skid steers and compact track loaders are equipped with JCB EcoMAX engines that require no diesel particulate filter (DPF), no diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) and no engine aftertreatment. In addition, JCB EcoMAX engines offer simplified servicing for lower operating costs and less downtime. The Tier-4 Final EcoMAX engine uses up to nine percent less fuel than Tier-3 units, for a significant saving in operating costs.
Small platform JCB skid steers and compact track loaders are equipped with the JCB Diesel by Kohler KDI Tier-4 Final engines. Like the JCB EcoMAX unit, JCB Diesel by Kohler engines require no DEF, no DPF, and no exhaust aftertreatment. JCB Diesel by Kohler engines boast an advanced combustion system that significantly reduces emissions and fuel consumption.
All daily checks and greasing can be performed at ground level. Daily maintenance points, pre-filters, oil and air filters are easy to access via a large, rear service door. The door is recessed for protection from potential impact damage.
JCB Teleskid Skid Steer and Compact Track Loader
Available at Ron’s: Models 2TS-7t | 3TS-8W | 3TS-8T
Lift height over 13 feet. Forward reach of eight feet.
JCB’s innovative product solutions have combined both these features into one product: the JCB Teleskid. This machine, both a skid steer and track loader, comes complete with a telescopic boom. It can reach 60 % further forward than any other skid steer on the market. And it is the only skid steer in the world that can dig below its chassis to an unparalleled depth of just below three feet. Additionally, this innovative new machine can reach 8 % higher than any other skid steer.
Like Having Four Machines In One
The easily-serviced JCB Teleskid can do the work of four machines – a telescopic handler, masted forklift, compact loader and a skid steer. The telescopic boom allows operators to load trucks without a ramp, reach over curbs and dig below ground, all with clear visibility of the attachment.
The JCB Teleboom is also the only skid steer on the market which can combine vertical and radial lift capability. The uniquely designed bucket-positioning levelling system lets the operator set the bucket level and maintain it throughout the skid steer telescopic boom’s range of movement.
Plus, the Teleskid’s fully enclosed cab is 33% larger than industry average. It features JCB’s myCHOICE software which allows control responsiveness and joystick sensitivity that can be tailored to fit an operator’s preferences. And the 74hp/55kW JCB Ecomax engine provides high torque at a low RPM for this boom loader.
New 2TS-7T Teleskid Has Big Machine Features on A Small Platform Chassis
Not long ago, JCB added the new 2TS-7T Teleskid compact track loader to its product line. Equipped with a telescopic boom, it lifts higher, reaches farther and digs deeper than competing machines. Built on the company’s small-platform skid steer chassis, the 2TS-7T Teleskid offers optimal maneuverability and easy transportation between job sites. Depending on local regulations, you may not even need a commercial driver’s license to transport it.
Other JCB Teleskids include the large-platform 3TS-8T compact track loader and 3TS-8W wheeled skid steer loader. But if you need JCB Teleskid capability but generally work on smaller work sites, or move often from one jobsite to the next, the JCB 2TS Teleskid is a worth a demo.
A Quick Overview
The JCB Teleskid 3TS has a lift height over 13 feet and the 2TS has a lift height of 12 feet allowing you to easily and quickly load trucks, bins and dumpsters without using a ramp.
JCB Teleskid's telescopic boom allows loads to be placed quickly and easily over fences and barriers.
Now you can reach and dig below grade to a depth of 3 feet on the 3TS, and 2 feet on the 2TS, to prepare or clear ditches, rip out trees and roots, and more.
The Teleskid is the first skid steer and compact track loader with both vertical and radial lift.
The 3TS Teleskid has a 24 gpm hydraulic circuit as standard, with a 33 gpm option. The 2TS Teleskid has a 18.6 gpm hydraulic circuit as standard, with a 29 gpm option. Standard flow is available when the boom is extended or retracted; high flow is available when the boom is retracted.
Load and unload a standard 8-foot trailer from one side for faster turnaround times.
JCB's Smoothride System ensures greater load retention and operator comfort for faster loading cycles and travel time. Impressive breakout force enables the completion of tasks that might usually require bigger machines, and complete the job in less time.
A solid undercarriage with cast steel, triple flanged rollers provides excellent track retention.
The JCB telescopic boom is proven on more than 250,000 machines. JCB's extreme testing program includes prolonged high-stress loading, cold climate testing and repeated transmission use over thousands of cycles.
The Teleskid features an electric quick hitch as standard. The quick hitch design reduces material build up and provides better visibility to the load.
All JCB Teleskid models feature a side-entry door. Not only is side entry easier and safer than a conventional skid steer, but the door is twice the size of competing machines.
JCB 1CXT Backhoe Loader
JCB’s ICXT is the only tracked backhoe in North America, and it combines the functions of a backhoe and compact track loader in one great machine.
Compact track loader backhoes are hot sellers these days, as professionals in a number of fields are seeing its incredible utility and versatility. Landscapers, rental yards, residential contractors and even farmers are seeing the extra value and utility of a skid steer on tracks.
Tracks allow for better work in wet seasons. They generate more pushing power, add stability and decrease ground pressure. They also master specific applications where wheels face challenges (think brush cutting or grade control). With tracks, you have less ground damage, as well as the ability to climb steep inclines.
JBC points out that the 1CXT is not a hybrid between a backhoe and a compact track loader, but rather a skid steer backhoe, because the engine and the skid steer quick-hitch the sit up front.
New to North American
Although JCB has actually sold this backhoe on tracks overseas since 2012, this version of the mini skid steer backhoe is new to North America. The JCB1CXT has a backhoe 10-ft, 1-in. dig depth, is powered by a Perkins 49-hp diesel engine, and carries a maximum rated loader capacity of 1,466 lbs. up front.
This mini skid steer backhoe features seat-mounted joystick controls to run both the loader end and the backhoe. When the operator spins his seat, the machine automatically detects the operator’s position. Reverse driving is available with just a click and a hold on the button.
Choose between an open ROPS or operator cab with air conditioning and heat. Additionally, the 1CXT backhoe loader is engineered with a side-shift chassis, so the backhoe can shift without moving the entire unit.
And the 1CXT stabilizers deploy straight down to the ground, so you can easily work in confined spaces.
In League With the Big Boys
All in all, JCB 1CXT is a mini skid steer backhoe that can deliver the material handling and excavating capability of a backhoe loader. But it also offers the maneuverability and transportability of a compact track loader. Less than 6 ft wide and 12 ft long, the 1CXT’s footprint is a full 60% smaller than a full-size backhoe loader. And that means access to jobsites too small for a conventional machine.
Plus, with a transport weight under 9,600 lbs, this is a skid steer backhoe that can be towed between jobsites without a CDL.
What are you waiting for? Arrange for a demo today.
A Quick Look at The 1CTX Features
The only backhoe on tracks, the JCB 1CXT delivers the performance and versatility of a backhoe loader in a compact package. The JCB 1CXT features a skid steer loader front end and a mini excavator on the dig end, for backhoe loader functionality and versatility.
The high-flow, 26.4 gpm auxiliary circuit enables operation of power-hungry attachments.
The JCB 1CXT offers more dig depth and reach, and greater loadover and dump height, than a conventional skid steer with a backhoe attachment.
The universal quick hitch accepts conventional skid steer attachments.
The tracked model is able to turn 360 degrees on axis. Combined with compact dimensions, the 1CXT is ideal for small work sites such as basements and confined urban locations.
The backhoe unit is integrated with the machine and stows within the machine’s height, for safe and simple transport from one job site to another.
The front loader of the 1CXT features a standard skid steer hitch and similar lift capacity to a 1,466 lb (665 kg) skid steer. However, the unique design delivers 25 percent greater dump angle and 15 percent more breakout. The loadover height is a lofty 8 feet 8 inches (2.65 m) on the 1CXT, allowing smooth loading into high-sided trucks.