Bobcat Skid-Steer 753 Specifications

Updated February 21, 2017

Bobcat Equipment Company began manufacturing small loaders and industrial equipment in North Dakota in 1958. Skid-steer loaders provide the power and strength needed to move rock, dirt and debris in a variety of construction and industrial jobs. Originally manufactured from 1990 to 2003, with used machines priced from £4,550 to around £16,250 as of 2010, Bobcat skid-steer 753s are available with a variety of standard and optional features.


The Bobcat 753 has a liquid-cooled engine fuelled by diesel gasoline. The engine provides 40 HP. An auxiliary high flow of 11 GPM and a pump capacity of 11 GPM are provided by the auxiliary hydraulics. The 753 comes with an automatic engine shutdown mechanism. A 14 gallon fuel tank is standard on this model Bobcat skid-steer. The machine can travel at a speed of 6.6 MPH.


The length of the 753 skid steer measures 121.1 inches with attachments, and 96.3 without any attachments. Its length including the standard bucket is 120.5 inches. This machine is 55 inches wide including the bucket. The standard height reaches 76.1 inches; including the operator cab it measures 76 inches. The height to bucket hinge pin is 109.1 inches. The reach at the maximum height comes in at 19.1 inches. The 35.5 inch wheelbase provides a turning radius of 69.3 inches. An operating weight of 2145kg. is standard, with a rated operating capacity of 590kg. The 753's rated operating capacity including the counterweight option is 635kg. The tipping load comes in at 1179kg.

Optional Features

Optional interior features for the 753 skid steer include an enclosed cab, cab heater and a suspension seat. Optional controls include a deluxe instrument package. On the exterior you can opt for hydraulic bucket positioning.

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