Wacker Neuson Introduces Compact ST27 Track Loader
Wacker Neuson has introduced the ST27, the smallest model in its line of compact track loaders. Weighing in at 7,350 pounds and powered by a 74-horsepower Kohler engine, the ST27 is easily towable and has a rated operating capacity of 1,890 pounds at 35% of tipping load. It is ideal for working in confined spaces with low overhead clearance.

The ST27 has a unibody CTL frame, which allows for increased side-view visibility because the arms are lower in the side profile of the range of the windows on the machine. The straight loader arm design also allows for the door to open a little bit more.

In addition, Wacker Neuson changed the geometry of the H-link on the rear of the machine to hide the vertical linkage assembly.

The shape of the rear linkage now aligns with the cab posts in the operator's line of sight to minimize visual obstructions, creating a better view of the rear.

The ST27 features a two-speed standard travel drive that can reach 9.1 mph resulting in faster cycle times. It also has a standard auto-shifting two-speed drive system that automatically senses the operators' need to shift.

The ST27 has a spacious cab with a 5.7-inch color display and controls that can be set to an operator’s preference. The cab is specifically designed to reduce fatigue, featuring a more comfortable switch location and layout, ergonomic handles, joysticks, armrests and an angled footrest in the floorboard.

The ST27 is easy to enter and exit with a wide door, step and grab handles.

The ST27 is a versatile machine that is ideal for a variety of applications, including landscaping, construction, and agriculture. It is easy to use and maintain, making it a great choice for businesses of all sizes.

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