At the core of a skid steer or track loader, there’s a fiery diesel power plant pumping energy to all of the machine’s many wheels, tracks, loader arms, attachments and other functions. In the belly of the beast, this diesel engine takes in air, compresses it and then injects it with fuel. The heat of that compressed air spontaneously lights the fuel, turning it into energy. The diesel engine then transmits that energy to a set of hydraulic pumps bolted directly to the output of the engine.
Skid steers and track loaders have unique engine requirements because these machines tend to be very compact. Early skid steers tended to be 60- to 70-hp machines, but the market has grown in both directions and the range today is between 20 and 120 hp. These are extremely versatile machines, but that versatility inevitably comes with some compromises, so be sure to talk about the diesel engine specifically when buying a skid steer or track loader.
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