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Case 1835 Skid Steer Specs

by Andrew Cohen

Case is an American corporation that produces heavy machinery and equipment for construction, industrial and agricultural use. The 1835 is a skid-steer loader that is produced by Case. A skid-steer loader is an engine-driven machine that has a steel frame and lift arms that a variety of tools can be attached to. Skid-steer loaders are versatile and have many applications.

Engine Specifications

The Case 1835 skid steer loader has a 123 cubic inch, three-cylinder engine. The cylinder bore of this engine has a diameter of 3.58 inches and the stroke is 4.06 inches. The gross power rating of this engine is 51 horsepower when operating at 2,700 RPM. The net power rating is 48 horsepower when operating at 2,700 RPM. The induction system uses a vacuum fuel pump.

Loader Specifications

The operation load of the 1835 is 1,200 pounds, and its tipping load is 2,400 pounds. The maximum amount of weight that the loader can lift to full height is 2,350 pounds. The tilt cylinder of the 1835's front loader produces 3,066 ft.-lbs. of torque. The lift cylinder of the front loader produces 2,773 ft.-lbs. of torque. It takes 4.4 seconds for the 1835's front loader to reach its full height and 2.3 seconds for the bucket to be lowered back to the ground. The bucket of this skid steer loader can be dumped in 2.2 seconds and brought back upright in 1.4 seconds.

Backhoe Specifications

The backhoe of the 1835 skid steer loader has an overall operating height of 99.5 inches. The bucket of the backhoe uses 5,380 pounds of force when it digs. The dipper's digging force is 2,380 pounds. The maximum depth that the backhoe can dig is 94 inches. The digging radius of the backhoe is 114 inches and its maximum loading height is 47 inches.

Dimensions

The overall operating height of the Case 1835 skid steer loader is 145.5 inches. The wheelbase is 37 inches, and ground clearance is 6.5 inches. The 1835 is 125 inches long when its bucket is lying flat on the ground. With the bucket raised this machine is 96.5 inches long. The curb weight is 4,950 pounds. The curb weight reflects the weight of the machine with a full tank of gas, all of the necessary fluid and all standard equipment.

About the Author

Andrew Cohen is an aspiring writer from New Jersey who focuses on international relations and political theory. He has been writing seriously for over five years. His bachelor's degree is in political science with a minor in history.

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