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Product Specifications

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LENGTH 8 790 mm
WHEELBASE 4 445 mm
WIDTH 3 330 mm
HEIGHT 3 150 mm
GROUND CLEARANCE 635 mm
WEIGHT 22 950 kg
ENGINE Tier 4f Tigercat FPT N67 Tier 4f
195 kW (262 hp) @ 2,200 rpm (rated)
ENGINE Tier 2 Tigercat FPT N67 Tier 2
198 kW (266 hp) @ 2,100 rpm (rated)
ENGINE Non-certified Tigercat FPT N67 Non-certified
195 kW (262 hp) @ 2,200 rpm (rated)
AIR FILTRATION Precleaner and 2-stage engine air cleaner
TOP SPEED 23 km/h
COOLING Side-by-side aluminum radiator, oil cooler, transmission cooler, charge air cooler and A/C condenser
FAN Flexxaire® variable pitch, reversing
FUEL CAPACITY 370 L
Optional 430 L
DEF CAPACITY 46 L
TRANSMISSION Single-speed mechanical
Variable speed hydrostatic
(2) Variable displacement motors
Optional EHS® (efficient high speed) drive
Single-speed mechanical
Variable speed hydrostatic
(2) Variable displacement motors
AXLE front Tigercat OB17, outboard planetary, barrel differential
+/- 15° oscillation
AXLE rear Tigercat ROB17 bogie, 18 hole pattern, outboard planetary, barrel differential
DIFFERENTIAL LOCKS Independent front and rear
PUMP, DRIVE Piston
PUMP, MAIN 1 Piston for all machine functions
PUMP, MAIN 2 Gear for cooling
FILTRATION (4) Spin-on, 7 micron full flow
CYLINDERS, ARCH (4) 115 mm (4.5 in) bore (dual function)
CYLINDERS, STEER (2) 95 mm (3.75 in) bore
CYLINDERS, BLADE (2) 95 mm (3.75 in) bore
RESERVOIR 126 L
DYNAMIC BRAKING Hydrostatic
SECONDARY BRAKES Enclosed, oil cooled
PARK BRAKE Enclosed, oil cooled
Spring applied, hydraulic release

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Resources

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H-Series Skidders Walk-around


Skidder product manager, Jeremy Piercy takes us through the H-series skidders. Get an insider's perspective on the improvements and the logic behind the design decisions.


H-Series Seat and Controls


Skidder product manager, Jeremy Piercy covers the H-series joystick controls and the new 220° Turnaround® seat system. The increased rotation envelope, along with full machine controls that rotate with the seat, offer improved ergonomics and expanded possibilities for H-series skidder operators.