What Are the Main Features on a Bobcat 753 Skid-Steer?

The Bobcat 753 skid-steer loader features a Kubota four-cylinder diesel engine, compact machine frame, full factory cab and a maximum operating height of 139.2 inches. The Kubota engine has a 135-cubic-inch displacement and delivers 43.5 horsepower. The Bobcat's single-speed drivetrain reaches a speed of 6.6 miles per hour.

The Bobcat 753 was produced from 1990 to 2002. Bobcat offers seven different bucket styles and over 30 attachment options for the 753 skid steer. The 753 features Bobcat's quick-hitch system for easy attachment of grapple buckets, pallet forks, trenchers, brush cutters and stump grinders.

At maximum lift, the Bobcat 753 has a dump height of 84.6 inches and a dump angle of 40 degrees. This g-series skid steer has a 35.5-inch wheelbase, provides 7.1 inches of ground clearance, weighs 4,730 pounds and features a roll-over protective structure.