Repair your Skid Steer Loader with the help of this New Holland LS120, LS125 manual / repair guide.
Manual details, specs and technical data:
562 pages in 10 sections
Models / manufacturer: LS120, LS125 / New Holland Construction
Engine LS120: 38.1cu in, CH18, 18hp,
Engine LS125: 41.2cu in. NH673, 16.5hp
Manual Language: English
Manual format: PDF / e-book (zip)
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New Holland LS170 skid steer loader parts list
/ manufacturer: LS170 / New Holland Agriculture
Engine: 121.8cu in, 4 cylinders, Turbocharged, 2900rpm, 50hp, 52hp, N844T
Manual Language: English
Manual format: PDF / e-book
Selecting the Right Skid Steer
Deciding on a skid steer, and the right skid steer for your particular project, at that, has been known to cause problems for even seasoned experts. From auxiliary hydraulics to rated operating capacities to attachment categories to lifts, sorting through skid steers can feel like sorting through a complete book of terms and details. Quick one! You can learn about New Holland skid steer with our New Holland LS120, LS125 Skid Steer Loader Manual Download here. The manual is comprehensive with the specifications of the skid steer loader. It also contains maintenance requirements and repair service guide of the machine.
Knowing What to Consider When Deciding on a Skid Steer will make things easier for you.
To help decide on the best skid for your exact task, thoroughly look into the following unit details:
1. Rated Operating Capacity
A skid steer's rated operating capacity is the quantity of load, or weight, it can carry without getting to its tipping point or causing risky load malfunctions. In even simpler terms, it's the quantity of load a skid steer can lift. Check New Holland LS120, LS125 Skid Steer Loader Manual Download here for the Skid Steer loaders rated operating capacity.
2. Size and Weight
Depending on your main application, large, medium, or small skid steer frames will meet demands while remaining controllable and mobile.
Consider the terrain of the place or area you'll be operating. Generally speaking, skid steer loaders' wheels operate the best on smooth, even, and fairly solid surfaces. They do not do well in mud or endlessly rocky terrain. This is a rule of thumb irrespective of frame, lift type, rated capacity or operating weight.
The next important factor to consider with your skid steer acquisition should be attachments.
Get a copy of New Holland LS120, LS125 Skid Steer Loader Manual here and learn about the machines and their features, maintenance and repair services.