Terex updates its Generation 2 (GEN2) loader line with two new skid steer loader models — the R260S and the V350S. The Terex R260S radius lift path skid steer loader has a rated operating capacity of 2,600 pounds, and the V350S is a vertical lift path skid steer loader with a rated operating capacity of 3,500 pounds. Both models include a Tier 4 Final 74-hp turbocharged diesel engine with variable flow hydraulics. Terex GEN2 loaders are specifically designed for rental stores and contractors working in site preparation, construction, landscaping, infrastructure development and demolition applications.
The Terex R260S model offers a 5,200-pound tipping load, a 6,420-pound bucket breakout force, 125 inches of lift height and 25 inches of reach. The Terex V350S unit features a 7,000-pound tipping load, 5,050-pound bucket breakout force and 5,540-pound arm lifting force.
Both new GEN2 loaders offer 10.5 in of ground clearance and a 24-degree rear angle of departure, designed to improve the machines’ ability to traverse soft, uneven terrain. For increased versatility, the loader arms on Terex's GEN2 skid steer loaders are designed to accommodate over-the-tire steel tracks, including Loegering F- and Z-Series options. Loegering Versatile Track System (VTS), a complete rubber track undercarriage that bolts directly to a skid steer's standard hubs, is also an available option for Terex GEN2 skid steer loaders.
Terex GEN2 skid steer loaders, including the R260S and V350S models, are also engineered to increase the machine’s durability and reliability in the field. Mechanical-faced axle seals are standard in all Terex GEN2 skid steer loaders, preventing the migration of material such as dust, sand and debris and helping to combat unnecessary downtime and maintenance costs.