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JCB Teleskid Skid Steer Teleboom
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.