Bobcat S630 Skid-Steer Loader
The Bobcat® S630 is the first radius lift path model in the 600 frame size. It delivers greater forward reach at mid-range heights for dumping over a wall, backfilling or unloading flatbed trucks. This Tier 4 model is built for rugged performance, a wide variety of tasks, and dependability. With a R.O.C of 2,180 pounds the S630 makes a great material handling machine, as well as an excellent grading tool. New Hampshire winters demand a skid-steer that can push snow and the S630 excels at snow maintenance work. If you are looking for a larger machine that thrives in all four seasons please stop by either of our two locations and test drive one.
|Attachment Control Kit||Optional|
|Bob-Tach Mounting System||Standard|
|Power Bob-Tach Mounting System||Optional|
|Fingertip Auxiliary Hydraulics Control||Standard|
|Hydraulic System Pressure||3500 psi|
|Hydraulic Standard Flow||23.0 gpm (87.1 L/min.)|
|Hydraulic High Flow (optional)||30.5 gpm (115.5 L/min.)|
|Pressure Release Hydraulic Quick Couplers||Standard|
|Speed Management||Included with SJC Option|
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Have Questions? Want To Know More?
If you’d like to know more about this machine, other machines or options, or if you have any questions the best way to answer them is by talking to a salesperson. You can call us (888-746-5452 in Chichester, 888-417-0685 in Hudson) email us (in form below) or stop by either location (directions).
Machine demos are available at both our locations, and at your facility or job site. Just ask the salesperson!
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Want to try before you buy? or if you prefer to rent – we have New England’s newest and most diverse Bobcat rental fleet.
We currently rent the following skid-steer loaders