Nine compact tractors with four-wheel drive devour rough terrain
Versatile Bobcat compact tractors with four-wheel drive and hydrostatic transmissions tackle the most challenging terrain. Five models currently in action boast superior forward visibility and standard safety features including a spark-arrestor muffler, horn, brake lights and a rollover protective structure (ROPS) that can be folded down for easy transport and storage. Suspension seat and fully retractable seat belt are optional. Hoods and side panels are made of durable steel. Current models range from the 20-hp diesel CT120 with two travel-speed ranges to the 34-hp, three-travel-speed CT235, with four additional compact tractors scheduled for introduction through 2008. Add implements such as angle blade, auger, backhoe, box blade, finish mower, seeder, front-end loader and more to make quick work of various groundskeeping, maintenance and landscaping jobs. Bobcat Co., a div. of Ingersoll-Rand, West Fargo, N.D.