Bobcat mini track loaders do serious work in tight spaces
Bobcat® mini track loaders travel and work where other machines can’t. One worker can complete a variety of jobs in limited-access areas, reducing the need for wheelbarrows and shovels. Easily travel through gates, doorways or other narrow spaces with your choice of walk-behind or ride-on style.
Mini track loaders, sometimes known as mini skid steers, offer the attachment versatility of larger sibling Bobcat loaders. Equip your machine with the Common Industry Interface (CII) – available on the MT100 – or the exclusive Bob-Tach® mounting system. The Common Industry Interface design allows you to pair your machine with many loader attachments you may already own and use, while the time-tested Bob-Tach mounting system delivers rapid attachment changes and superior attachment fit.
These highly maneuverable, small and versatile machines are the right choice for your manual tasks
Replace manual labor, toss out the hand tools and get more done in hard-to-access work areas. Easy-to-use mini track loaders travel and work where other machines can’t, making them a popular choice for landscapers, contractors, renters and others. Don’t be fooled by the small size. They do serious work: digging, trenching, tilling, moving material and more.
Get big machine performance in a small package. Powered by a Tier 4 diesel engine and efficient hydraulic system, mini track loaders deliver fast cycle times, strong breakout forces and excellent pushing ability.
With the Common Industry Interface, you can quickly connect attachments – including buckets, pallet forks, augers, trenchers, stump grinders and sweepers – to make quick work of multiple jobs that used to take much longer by hand.
An integrated ride-on platform on the Bobcat MT100 mini track loader is more comfortable for operators working or traveling on a jobsite. An optional ride-on platform is available for the MT55.
Its smaller size – only 36 inches wide when paired with a bucket – allows it to squeeze through doorways and fence gates or do work indoors. Plus, it’s easy to load and transport on a trailer.
The high-flotation tracks move across wet and muddy ground conditions, reduce ground pressure and minimize damage to lawns and other established surfaces. Choose non-marking tracks to prevent marks on driveways and sidewalks.