ASV Presents High Output Version of its VT-70 Posi-Track Loader

Asv Vt 70 High Output Application
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The mid-frame, vertical lift VT-70 High Output Posi-Track loader features high torque and an efficient hydraulic system for maximum performance with even the most heavy and demanding attachments. It features 207 ft.-lbs. of torque, allowing for maximum performance, high speeds and minimal engine bog down in all applications. Drive motors transfer the torque to the internal-drive sprockets. Internal rollers reduce friction loss in the undercarriage, resulting in maximum power being transferred to the track regardless of drive speed.

  • Features a rated operating capacity of 2,328 lbs., tipping load of 6,650 lbs. and speeds up to 11 mph
  • 74.3-hp Deutz 2.2-liter, turbocharged, Tier 4 Final diesel engine with DOC-only exhaust aftertreatmentAsv Vt 70 High Output
  • Hydraulic system includes direct-drive pumps, large line systems and hydraulic coolers and delivers 3,300 psi of auxiliary pressure and a 22.2-gpm standard flow or optional 27.4-gpm high flow
  • Self-leveling system allows attachments to stay at a set position while lifting
  • Purpose-built Posi-Track undercarriage with a standard ground pressure of 4.6 psi
  • Optional 16.5-inch-wide extreme terrain tracks lower ground pressure to 4.2 psi, while a smooth turf track allows minimal risk of damage on highly manicured surfaces
  • Easy access to all sides of the engine compartment and daily checkpoints via a swing-out radiator, top hood and side doors
  • Comfortable cab with easier entry and exit, enhanced visibility, standard joystick controls, suspended air ride seat, rear view camera and monitor, available ride control and optional bucket positioning system

VT-70 is ASV's First Mid-Frame Vertical-Lift Compact Track Loader

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