CAT TH62, TH63 - Telehandler Tires
Front and Rear CAT TH62, TH63 - Telehandler Tires
- Tire Size - 13.00x24
CAT TH62 and TH63 telehandlers feature a cutting-edge design, engineered to match the demanding requirements of a construction site. They offer numerous features that make them reliable machines on the toughest work sites:
- High Load Capacity and Lift Height: The rated load capacity of the TH62 and TH63 telehandlers is 6613 lb. The maximum lift height of the TH62 is 24.9 feet while that of the TH63 is 41 feet. This means that both telehandlers can handle heavy loads at high heights efficiently and safely. The TH63 has more forward reach with a maximum reach of 26.6 feet while the TH63 can move loads a maximum forward distance of 13.5 feet.
- Rugged Construction: The CAT TH62 and TH63 are ruggedly constructed to handle the toughest applications. They are equipped with heavy-duty booms for demanding load-handling jobs.
- High-Performing Turbocharged Diesel Engine: These workhorses are each equipped with a powerful 106-horsepower (gross) fuel-efficient diesel engine that offers a peak torque of 277 lbs. They also feature a 4-speed full Power-Shift transmission that delivers responsive performance.
- Great Maneuverability: With three steering modes and a tight turn radius, these telehandlers deliver optimal maneuverability on busy job sites.
- Versatility: There are many compatible attachments that can be used on the TH62 and TH63 telehandlers to match specific job site requirements including access platforms, pallet forks, block forks, grapple buckets, material handling buckets, bale handlers and truss booms. They also feature a Hydraulic Quick Coupler that allows attachments to be changed easily and quickly.
While these features make the TH62 and TH63 telehandlers highly capable of performing tough, demanding job applications, optimal performance and functionality is directly affected by the type of tires used on these machines. It is critical to use only high-quality rubber tires to ensure safe and efficient machine operation. Not doing so could destabilize the machine, lead to machine downtime and raise operating costs.