Mustang offers the unique Multi-Tach attachment system on its two new skid steers — the 2095 and 2105 models. As a customer convenience, Mustang engineers the system to be completely compatible with existing systems in the skid steer industry. An optional hydraulic attachment release is also available. This attachment release allows the operator to change buckets or attachments without leaving the cab.
The 2095 has a lift capacity of 3,150 pounds and the 2105 3,600 pounds. The skid steers feature direct-injected Yanmar turbo-charged diesel engines. A two-speed transmission, allowing travel speeds of up to 14 miles per hour, is standard on the 2105 and optional on the 2095.
Another standard feature on the 2105 and optional on the 2095 is high-flow hydraulics with the load-sensing system to operate the most demanding attachments. Both models are equipped with an adjustable flow valve that allows the operator to adjust the amount of hydraulic fluid directed to the attachment. This allows use of a wide range of attachments including those with lower flow-rating requirements.
“We've redesigned the cab of the new skid-steers with the comfort of the operator in mind,” says Mark Hennessey, product manager. “The new adjustable suspension seat with lumbar support easily adjusts to the driver's weight, allowing for hours of comfortable operation.”
The roomier cab provides more head, shoulder, elbow and legroom, and the instrument panel has been strategically placed for easy viewing and reach. The panel has monitoring indicators that allow the operator to track fuel level, system voltage, engine oil pressure, engine coolant temperature and hydraulic oil temperature with one simple glance.
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