The Thomas 137 skid-steer loader is built to handle heavy workloads, with a rated lift capacity of 1,300 pounds and the heaviest drive train in its class, according to the company. With its low 73.5-inch cab height combined with a Kubota 43-hp diesel engine, the 137 is designed to work in the tightest areas and deliver responsive turn-on-a-dime performance.
The 137 features a high efficiency oil cooler and large capacity 8-gallon reservoir to keep it cool and achieve maximum life of its hydraulic components in the hottest environments. For efficient attachment operation, the loader's standard auxiliary hydraulic system puts out more than 16.6 gpm. Its twin heavy-duty tilt cylinders provide more than 3,800 pounds of breakout force.
“The 137 may be compact, but it's built in the Thomas tough tradition with built-in survival features for long, trouble-free performance in the most severe applications,” says Peter Mabee, product manager for Thomas Equipment.
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Engine: 43 hp
Rated lift capacity: 1,300 pounds
Cab height: 73.5 inches