Bobcat T750 Specs: Compact Track Loader Features and Performance


Bobcat offers versatile, agile, and tough machines, and the T750 track loader is no exception. It’s a compact vehicle, ideal for loading and unloading construction materials such as blocks and bricks.

In this article, we’ll discuss everything you need to know about the Bobcat T750 (iT4 and T4) including specs, features, and performance.


Bobcat T750 Specs

Engine Specs

  • Power: 85 hp
  • Max Speed: 6.6 mph (10.6 kmph), 10.7 mph (17.2 kmph) – (2-speed)
  • Fuel Tank: 44.4 gal Diesel

The Bobcat T750 supplies 85 hp through the diesel engine.

With this power it can reach a max speed of 6.6 mph, but can go up to 10.7 mph with the 2-speed option. The T750 requires diesel fuel and has a 44.4 gal gas tank.


  • Tipping Capacity: 9,500 lbs
  • Rated Operating Capacity (ISO): 3,325 lbs
  • Operating Capacity: 4,750 lbs

The Bobcat T750 has a tipping capacity of 9,500 lbs which means that the vehicle will not be able to lift and will physically tip forward if exceeded. However, the operation capacity is the actual safe capacity that can be loaded on the track loader.

The operating capacity is usually around 50% of the tipping capacity.

The operating capacity of the Bobcat T750 is 4,750 lbs, but the ISO Rated Operating Capacity if 3,325 lbs.

Weight Specs

  • Operating Weight: 10,515 lbs (5,863 kg)

The Bobcat T750 weighs 10,515 lbs. This is important if you plan to transport this vehicle; you must know the weight in order to insure a trailer and truck that can support this weight.


  • Height: 81.3 in (206.5 cm)
  • Width w/bucket: 80 in (203.2 cm)
  • Length w/o attachment: 114.3 in
  • Length w/bucket: 141.6 in
  • Reach at Max Height: 35.2 in
  • Track Width: 17.7 in (45 cm)
  • Length of track on ground: 63.7 in (161.8 cm)

Knowing the height of you vehicle is important as well because you need to understand how it can maneuver and fit either during transportation or on site.

The Bobcat T750 is 81.3 inches high, 80 inches wide, and 141.6inches long with a standard bucket.

The tracks are 17.7 inches and have a contact with the ground for 63.7 inches.

It can reach out 35.2 inches at the max weight.


Interior Design

You can choose from Bobcat’s premium class SJC (Selectable Joystick Controls) or Standard Controls based on your preferences.

The Selectable Joystick Controls provide fingertip controls for operating the track loader easily and precisely.

One of the best features of the Bobcat T750 track loader is that it comes with the Bobcat’s Deluxe Instrumentation Panel as standard. This panel brings the latest advancements in productivity, monitoring, and communication.

It provides you with the attachment information in real-time to track usage, read alerts, and monitor key loader operations. The panel offers an intuitive interface and sharp LCD where you can read notifications and access important data to make sure that your track loader is working at its peak capacity.

Performance Design

The switch-activated automatic ride control feature detects when the vehicle is in motion and monitors balance in the vehicle and attachments to reduce spilling.

To improve leveling and dumping of a bucket, there is an optional hydraulic button positioning feature that can improve the controls.

For the driving of the track loader, there is an optional 2-speed travel option that provides faster travel speed. With or without this 2-speed option, built into the system is a speed management control that proves small and precise movements in speed. When the vehicle is in a stopped position, an auto idle featured will kick in to reduce engine run time and fuel. And on the other end, when the system is closer to max power, the horsepower management control kicks in to adjust the drive system to prevent stalling.

Operator’s Comfort

The cushioned suspension seat allows you to work at a pleasant temperature, sit comfortably, and stay fresh for longer times. It ensures that you have the best possible all-around visibility for faster and easier operations.

The seat is placed mindfully so that you can see the cutting edge and bucket corners conveniently. You won’t need to raise the loader’s arms to view the tires or tracks. Better yet, you can easily adjust the seat by moving it backward or forward to suit your preferences.

Other than the seat comfort, the operator-friendly control allows you to operate the loader with minimal fatigue. You can use the fingertip controls to use different Bobcat attachments, including grapples, buckets, tilers, sweepers, and soil conditioners.

The engine speed controls are located right in front of the seat so that you can use them conveniently. Plus, you can also adjust all the foot pedals based on your body’s needs.

For those equipped with the SJC, the levers move along with the seat for customized ergonomic positioning.

The Bobcat T750 offers a large entry/exit area, which means you won’t need to worry about bumping your head while entering or exiting the loader. The interior of the loader is also spacious to accommodate all types of people.

If you like to work in a clean environment, the Bobcat T750 track loader has got you covered. That’s because it comes with a pressurized cab, which means that the mud, dust, dirt, and other debris won’t enter the interior space. This feature also keep the air conditioning and heating in when activated.

The cab provides excellent visibility around the vehicle with large windows, including one on top. There are front and side LED lights that assist in operation when there isn’t enough light.


The Bobcat T750 comes with a range of attachments which can be seen in the list below.

The process of changing the attachments is very easy using the standard Bob-Tach mounting system. The entire process of swapping an attachment takes only about a minute with this mounting system.

You can also go one step further by opting for the optional power Bob-Tach mounting system. This system allows you to swap your non-hydraulic attachments without needing to leave the cabin. 

All you need is to push down the dash switch and the loader will connect its wedges into the attachment. It also allows you to change your hydraulic attachments and you can do it by securing the attachment and hooking up the hoses.

The attachments are also compatible with quick couplers on the track loader that allow pressure to release from the attachment and return back to the machine making for safe detachment.


The T750 is designed for easier maintenance. It has a swing-open tailgate for access to routine maintenance parts, and for the more complex system (hydraulic and hydrostatic components) the cab can be tipped back to reach them.

The basic gauges, such as the hydraulic oil level are conveniently located externally and can be observed outside the cab.

To prevent battery damage or draining, the T750 has an automatic shutdown system when idle for long periods of time which will shut down the engine, hydraulics and the lights.

Another great feature of this loader is that it requires less maintenance. The company has extended the maintenance intervals for the new engine that you get with the Bobcat T750. 

You’ll need the first service after 500 hours of use and the frequency of the loader’s fuel filter replacements has also been reduced.

Final Words

The demand for construction vehicles and loaders continues to increase. The Bobcat T750 provides operators with the opportunity not only to meet but also exceed those demands. It’s an efficient, safe, compact, and powerful loader that’s ideal for tight and tall tasks.

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