Vermeer’s new mini skid steer offers three engine options

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The Vermeer S925TX mini skid steer equipped with a harley rake

Vermeer has expanded its compact equipment lineup with the new S925TX mini skid steer.

Although it carries the mini moniker, Vermeer says the machine was designed to deliver impressive lifting performance and the power to conquer demanding applications.

The Vermeer S925TX features a tip capacity of 1,199 kg, a rated operating capacity of 420 kg and maximum hinge pin height reach of 215 cm. As well, the new S925TX skid steer features a dual auxiliary system, which allows the operator to switch between high flow for ground-engaging attachments and low flow for maximum control. It is also equipped with a universal mounting plate that fits a broad range of attachments.

“From landscaping and tree care to rental operations, contractors are discovering that Vermeer mini skid steers can increase their daily productivity,” said Jon Kuyers, senior global products manager at Vermeer.

“With the S925TX model, we have designed a machine that can deliver a higher lifting performance than most other machines in the compact utility loader segment while still maintaining a compact size and impressive hydraulic attachment wielding performance.”

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The new Vermeer S925TX mini skid steer is offered in three, high-torque, four-cylinder engine options, including a 24.8 hp Kubota V1505 diesel engine, a 40 hp Kubota WG1605 gas engine and the 35.1 hp Kubota V1505 diesel engine, which is offered only for international markets.

Contractors are able to further customize their mini skid steer loader with either 18 cm wide tracks that produce 5 psi of ground pressure or 23 cm-wide tracks with 4 psi of ground pressure for more enhanced flotation.

The S925TX mini skid steer has a travel speed of 6.6 km/h. Like other Vermeer mini skid steers, the S925TX is built with a chariot-style platform, designed for operator comfort, and pilot-operated ground drive to help the user maintain smooth control on the job site, as well as in confined spaces.

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