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Bobcat S175

Bobcat S175

With an extended, smooth-ride wheelbase, vertical lift path and 7.3 mph travel speed, the Bobcat S175 skid-steer loader is ideal for lift-and-carry operations as well as routine excavating tasks. The Kubota engine in the S175 is compliant with EPA Standards for Tier II engine emissions. The S175 with the Tier II engine is currently available only in North America. It will be released to other countries when testing and documentation are approved.

Product Specifications (Specifications may change due to continuous product development)




First Year of Production


Last Year of Production


Engine Make


Engine Model


Engine Fuel


Engine Cooling



134 cubic in

Horsepower (SAE NET)

46 HP

Number of Cylinders


Operating Weight

5808 lbs

Rated Operating Capacity (SAE)

1750 lbs

Tipping Load

3900 lbs

Travel Speed - Low


Travel Speed - High


Pump Capacity

16.70 GPM

Hydraulic Pump Pressure

3350 psi


101.80 in


66 in


76.30 in

Height to Bucket Hinge Pin

118.20 in

Dump Angle @ Maximum Height

42 deg

Ground Clearance

7.50 in

Angle of Departure

23 deg

Rollback Angle

25 deg


40.60 in

Wheel Tread

54.50 in

Vehicle Steering

Dual Levers

Hydraulic (Lift and Tilt)

Dual Levers

Cylinders: Lift - Bore

2.50 in

Cylinders: Lift - Rod

1.50 in

Cylinders: Lift - Stroke

23.67 in

Cylinders: Tilt - Bore

2.75 in

Cylinders: Tilt - Rod

1.3750 in

Cylinders: Tilt - Stroke

13.19 in

Tire Size

10 x 16.5 8pr

Auxiliary Hydraulics


Operating Lights


Parking Brake


BICS System (Interlock)




Operation and Safety Information:

Bobcat 753 Skid Steer

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Before Operating

Failure to follow warnings or instructions can cause serious injury or death.

The Operation and Maintenance Manual, Operator's Handbook, safety manual and machine signs (decals) provide proper operation and maintenance instructions.
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The Service Schedule inside the tailgate provides service and maintenance instructions. Check fluid levels, lubricate and grease loader as required. Check for leaks, broken or damaged parts before operating.

Never smoke when fueling

Know the location and function of all safety features and interlocks, gauges and operating controls.

Activate the auxiliary hydraulics mode switch for hydraulic attachment operation.

Wear proper clothing and use personal protection equipment as required for the job.

Always fasten the seat belt snugly and lower the seat bar for restraint.

Know the Worksite

  • Call local utilities before you dig: 1-888-258-0808
    Know the location of underground gas, water and electrical lines.

  • Inspect work area for holes, drop-offs or unstable ground.

  • Know the weight limitations of operating surfaces and clearances.

Changing and Using Attachments
Make sure attachment is securely fastened to loader. Bob-Tach levers should be fully down and locked with wedges extended through attachment mounting holes. Use only approved attachments.

For fast secure attachment change. A moves into attachment flange B handle C pushes down easily, pressing wedge D through frame and attachment hole for solid connection.

The attachment signs (decals) and Operator's Handbook provide operating and maintenance instructions.
Failure to follow warnings and instructions can cause serious injury or death.

Operator Training
The Bobcat Skid-Steer Loader Operator Training Course and a 10-minute safety video are also available. Training materials also available in Spanish.

Getting On and Off SafelyBefore leaving the operator's seat:

  1. Lower lift arms and put attachment flat on the ground.

  2. Stop the engine.

  3. Engage the parking brake.

  4. Raise seat bar and move controls until both lock.

  5. Remove the key to prevent unauthorized starting.

Use the steps, grab-handles and skid-resistant surfaces when getting on or off the loader.

Do not jump off the loader.

While Operating
Start loader with steering levers and hydraulic controls in neutral.
Keep bystanders away.

Move steering lever controls smoothly. Hydrostatic drive systems are responsive and loader will move immediately when controls are activated. Do not pull back suddenly on the steering lever controls to stop loader. Slow down when approaching the dump site.

Load, unload and turn on flat, level ground. Do not travel or turn with lift arms up.

Carry the load low.

Keep bystanders away from loader and work area. Do not raise the lift arms and attachment over another worker.

Never exceed loader's rated operating capacity (ROC).

Use the correct size bucket for the type and density of material being handled.

Always look in the direction of travel.

Never carry riders or use loader as a manlift.

Keep bystanders away from the work area.

On slopes, keep heavy end of loader uphill.

Travel directly up and down slopes, not across them.

Keep hands and feet on controls or footrests. Never lean out the front of the cab with the engine running.

Never operate loader's controls from the ground.

Always sit in the operator's seat when activating the controls.

Keep the bucket level when raising lift arms to prevent material from falling out of the bucket.


Service and repair work should only be done by qualified service personnel.
If lift arms are raised for service, they must be secured by an approved lift arm support device.

Transporting the Loader and Attachment
Always drive up the ramp with heavy end uphill. Engage parking brake.

Secure loader and attachments using tie-downs and chains. Use towing vehicle and trailer of adequate capacity.


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