All Wheel Steer Loader – Telescopic Wheel Loader
The 750T telescopic wheel loader features a telescopic boom for additional height, added versatility and greater production. This all wheel steer model offers excellent maneuverability, overall machine stability and the telescopic boom provides extra reach for stacking and dumping. This all-purpose wheel loader features a long wheelbase for smooth driving and easy handling even across rough terrain
- Operator station offers a spacious and functional layout for operator comfort.
- Hydraulically operated quick-hitch allows for efficient changing from one accessory to another without leaving the operator’s station.
- All wheel steer and rigid frame provide excellent maneuverability and constant payload stability even when turning.
- Engine cover lifts high giving excellent access to all the service points.
- Low transport weight and constant high payload make this the ideal machine.
- Telescopic boom offers extended reach
- Two Year Standard Warranty
- Optional Five Year Extended Warranty Available.
Article from Construction Equipment Magazine
PROS TEST WACKER NEUSON 750T’S AMBIDEXTROUS DESIGN
According to Wacker Neuson, the 750T telescopic wheel loader —with its telescopic-boom, all-wheel steering and coupler flexibility—has the potential to work as a wheel loader, rough-terrain forklift and an attachment-handling skid-steer. Says Tom Petersen, product development specialist for Wacker Neuson, the 750T has a “universal” design—it’s a machine, he says, that handles many jobs well with a minimum of compromise.
To get a close look at the 750T’s ambidextrous character, Construction Equipment asked Wacker Neuson for the loan of a machine that we could place in the expert hands of professional operators at Local 150’s (International Union of Operating Engineers) training facility in Wilmington, Ill. A new 750T soon arrived in Wilmington, together with two buckets (light material and multipurpose), large rotary broom, set of forks and a skid-steer adapter/coupler. We supplemented these attachments with a grapple bucket, auger and trencher borrowed from Local 150.
Jeff Cromer and Nick Jorgensen, both instructors in Local 150’s Apprenticeship and Skill Improvement Program, then spent the better part of an early-September day with the 750T, using these work tools to assess the machine’s versatility and potential limitations. Wacker Neuson’s Petersen and trainee Max Walchshofer were on hand to answer questions. Read the complete article