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Three utility tractors from Bobcat built for heavy-duty work and easy operation

A utility tractor with loader bucket working in the snow.
Three new utility tractors from Bobcat are designed for hard work and easy operation. Bobcat

Bobcat has expanded its tractor line with three utility models built to handle heavy-duty work while providing an easier operating experience.

The UT6066, UT6566, and UT6573 all feature 12x12 power shuttle transmissions for smooth, easy shifting without stepping on a clutch pedal. They are powered by turbocharged Tier 4 diesel engines, providing robust, high-power performance and low-end torque. The tractors have an efficient fuel system, offer reliable starts, swift travel speeds, long component life, easy service access, and simple maintenance. Reduced noise and vibration make these tractors more comfortable to operate.

A climate-controlled cab is standard on the UT6566 and UT6573, providing year-round comfort to operators in any weather. The tractors feature wide glass panels, convenient visibility to the three-point hitch, power and tilt steering, and ergonomic, thoughtfully laid-out controls to enhance operator performance.

An optional Bobcat front-end loader is easy to attach and disconnect, with free-standing capability when removed. The loader delivers impressive lift and reach capabilities. Bob-Tach attachment mounting is standard, allowing for quick and easy attachment changes and an integrated hydraulic valve for powered attachment options. The mechanical, self-leveling loader keeps pallet forks level throughout the full range of motion and minimizes bucket spillage.

Bobcat utility tractors feature a rear power take-off (PTO) that achieves 540 rpm at engine speeds of either 1,800 or 2,500 rpm. The category 2 three-point hitch adds versatility, allowing operators to take on tasks that require both non-powered and PTO-powered implements. Telescopic lower links and stabilizers support easy implement connections and removals without the need for tools. Rear-remote hydraulics add further versatility.

Other features include:

  • PTO Cruise: enables operators to maintain consistent PTO power when the engine load conditions change
  • Draft Control: maintain desired implement height; raises the implement only when required to prevent tire slippage or engine stall
  • Four-wheel drive: engages at the push of a button

Company info

250 East Beaton Drive
P.O. Box 6000
West Fargo, ND
US, 58078


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