Crawler excavator E165
for constructionlifting

crawler excavator
crawler excavator
crawler excavator
crawler excavator
crawler excavator
crawler excavator
crawler excavator
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for construction, lifting
Operating weight

38,376 lb (17,407.1 kg)


The turbo-charged Bobcat® E165 large excavator provides optimized performance for heavy digging and lifting operations. Class-leading hydraulics give operators reliable power to save time with every digging cycle, while wide-open access panels, a hinged belly pan and centralized grease banks make essential daily maintenance quick and easy. The E165 offers a conventional tail swing that delivers leading lift capacity, so you can pick and place heavy items with ease. Operators also benefit from four power modes and fast cycle times, while side and rear view cameras come standard. This 131-hp excavator, in the 16- to 18-ton size class, is ideal for roadways, railroads, bridges, infrastructure and commercial and urban jobsites. Plus, more slewing torque means increased power for slewing, backfilling and all-around better productivity. Comfort features, including a pressurized cab with sound-isolating seal, heated seat and automotive-style heating and air conditioning, keep you comfortable and productive during even the longest workdays. Performance Features Unmatched power to help you push through your toughest jobs. Uptime Protection Features Intelligently designed components keep you on the job working. Comfort Features More standard comfort features make hard work easier. Serviceability Features Easy maintenance routines give you dependable performance and peace of mind. Attachment Features The industry leader in attachments and attachment-ready features.


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