Date June 4, 2014 15:22


JCB TM300 has plenty of features such as the oscillating chassis, joystick-mounted power shuttle and twin compensating rams for the boom that make it noticeably different from the other loaders. It is currently powered by a 121hp Perkins motor. Getting into the cab is not as straightforward as it could be and a quicker and easier method of adjusting the steering wheel for rake and reach would make a big difference to operator comfort and convenience. There is a good view through the wide one-piece windscreen thanks to the low boom pivot and the lack of a steel frame flanking the king post, which is a negative point on the other loaders we tested. The TM300 also uses a curved roof glass, which results in a narrow cross-member and allows good visibility when operating the boom at full height.

Author: Fabien


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