The dimension information of the loader is sometimes shown with visuals rather than tables in the skid steer and compact track loader catalogs. When compared to other models, this can sometimes make things difficult. To prevent this, we’ve made a page that explains what each of the image’s dimensions means. The table and image example taken are from the Bobcat manual.
|A||Max. Operating Height|
|B||Height with Operator CAB|
|C||Angle of Departure|
|E||Ground Contact Length|
|F||Length without Attachment|
|G||Length with Standard Bucket|
|H||Rollback at Ground Position|
|I||Dump Height with Standard Bucket|
|J||Height to Bucket Hinge Pin|
|K||Dump Reach at Maximum Height|
|L||Dump angle at maximum height|
|M||Rollback Fully Raised at Maximum Height|
|O||Turning Radius with Standard Bucket|
|Q||Width Over Tracks|
Finally, when reviewing a loader’s dimensions, we advise you to take into account standard tire size or track width.