Case IH Wheeled Skid Steer Series

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Case wheeled skid steers deliver industry-leading bucket-breakout force and hinge-pin height — plus best-in-class horsepower model by model boosting your productivity.

Whatever your job, Case has a skid steer that can handle it. From the newest model, the 1,300-pound-capacity SR130, to the powerful 3,000-pound SV300*, these machines have the muscle to get the job done. The radial lift (SR) models are engineered for digging, prying and pushing, while the vertical lift (SV) models are for lift-and-carry jobs. * 3200 ROC with counterweights.

 

SR130:

Net Engine HP:  45 hp (34 kw)
Operating Weight: 1,300 lbs (590 kg)
Loader Geometry:  Radial

SR160: 

Net Engine HP:  57 hp (42 kw)
Operating Weight: 1,600 lbs (726 kg)
Loader Geometry: Radial

SR175: 

Net Engine HP:  64 hp (47 kw)
Operating Weight: 1,750 lbs (790 kg)
Loader Geometry:  Radial

SV185: 

Net Engine HP: 57 hp (42 kw)
Operating Weight: 1,850 lbs (840 kg)
Loader Geometry:  Vertical

SR210: 

Net Engine HP:  68 hp (51 kw)
Operating Weight: 2,100 lbs (953 kg)
Loader Geometry:   Radial

SR240: 

Net Engine HP: 68 hp (51 kw)
Operating Weight: 2,400 lbs (1088 kg)
Loader Geometry: Radial

SR270: 

Net Engine HP: 84 hp (63 kw)
Operating Weight: 2,700 lbs (1225 kg)
Loader Geometry: Radial

SV280: 

Net Engine HP: 68 hp (51 kw)
Operating Weight: 2,800 lbs (1270 kg)
Loader Geometry:  Vertical

SV300: 

Net Engine HP: 84 hp (63 kw)
Operating Weight: 3,000 lbs (1364 kg)
Loader Geometry:  Vertical

 

Wheeled Skid Steer Series Models


SR130

SR130 Wheeled Skid Steer Loader


SR160

SR160 Wheeled Skid Steer Loader


SR175

SR175 Wheeled Skid Steer Loader


SR210

SR210 Wheeled Skid Steer Loader


SR240

SR240 Wheeled Skid Steer Loader


SR270

SR270 Wheeled Skid Steer Loader


SV185

SV185 Wheeled Skid Steer Loader


SV280

SV280 Wheeled Skid Steer Loader


SV300

SV300 Wheeled Skid Steer Loader


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A commercial delivery is a business with 8-5 hours and equipment to unload a tractor trailer truck. Job sites, churches & remote locations are not considered commercial addresses. (Fedex Freight does consider a farm commercial). Commercial carriers will not always call ahead to tell you when a delivery will be made. If you would like the commercial rate, but do not meet the requirements for a commercial delivery you can pickup your shipment from the local freight terminal where they will help you load.

A residential delivery still assumes you have the ability to unload the shipment from a 4' high tractor trailer truck. If you require a lift gate to lower the shipment to the ground an additional $50-125 charge applies for the carrier to send a truck with a lift gate to lower the crate.

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