Choose the Bobcat S510 skid-steer loader to complete a wide-variety of demanding tasks. This M-Series radius lift path loader is a popular size for excavating and earth-moving work while the long wheel base gives the operator a smooth ride. Operate most attachments with 17 gpm of auxiliary hydraulic flow.
Attachment Control Device: In simplest terms, the optional Attachment Control Device makes it possible for the loader and attachment to communicate.
Bob-Tach™: Change attachments in less than a minute! You can replace a bucket with a pallet fork, landscape rake, auger, grapple, and more than 55 Bobcat loader attachments quickly and easily with the Bob-Tach™ mounting system.
Control in Your Hands: With Bobcat compact skid-steer loaders, you can feel and control the loader’s drive, engine torque and tractive effort—you can push your machine to the limit without an engine anti-stall system robbing you of power when you need it the most.
Counterweight Ready: The new Bobcat loaders come with holes for frame-mounted counterweights, so you can increase lifting performance with certain attachments.
Faster Cycle Times: Hydraulic pumps in Bobcat loaders are matched to cylinder size and loader lift capacity to provide fast cycle times that help you get the job done faster.
Hydraulic Bucket Positioning: Optional hydraulic bucket positioning keeps your bucket level when raising lift arms, reducing spillage and allowing you to work more efficiently.
Increased Tractive Effort: The new loaders feature increased tractive effort. That means you can push more and dig harder than ever before.
More Torque: Bobcat loaders reach maximum torque at a lower RPM to minimize stalling and save time and fuel.
Powerful Breakout Forces: High-efficiency hydraulic pumps deliver more power, matched to demand and provides high breakout forces.
Power Bob-Tach™ Powered Mounting System: Change non-hydraulic attachments from the comfort of your cab. With the flip of a switch, you can swap a bucket with pallet forks without ever leaving your seat with the optional Power Bob-Tach™ mounting system.
Quick Couplers with Pressure Release: By simply pushing the coupler inward, the hydraulic oil is released through a return line back into the machine. The result is clean, quick attachment changes time after time.
Quicker Turning: Bobcat’s weight distribution has been designed for the best turning and skidding to deliver ideal performance, with 70% of distribution in the rear and 30% in the front. This quick turning reduces fuel consumption and power requirements from the engine, increasing the life of the drive train and tires.
Remote Control (Optional): All loaders equipped with Selectable Joystick Control or All Wheel Steer can be operated by the Radio Remote Control. Bobcat Company is the first and only company to introduce a new way to operate your equipment without having to have an operator in the cab. This is a smart solution for hot, dusty environments or on jobs where you’d rather be outside of the machine.
Ride Control (option): Optional ride control is the cushioning of the loader lift circuit, which helps increase the smoothness of the ride.
Stronger Hydraulics: Hydraulic systems have been re-engineered to maximize performance – working faster and stronger to increase operator performance. The Bobcat engine, hydraulic pump, horsepower and cubic-inch displacement are configured precisely for each model’s specific operating capacity.
Transverse Engine/Belt Drive: Thanks to the Bobcat belt-drive system, loader engines can run slower, resulting in a quieter machine that lasts longer. This drive belt system allows Bobcat loaders to use an optimized engine-to-pump package, making it more efficient.
Two-Speed (Optional): Boost top travel speed by more than 50 percent and reduce the time it takes to travel across a jobsite or between jobs.
Radius Lift Path: Radius lift path provides maximum reach at truck bed height. Arm movement forms an arc that delivers a better reach than at flatbed truck height. A radius lift path excels in jobs at mid-range heights, like dumping over a wall, backfilling or unloading flatbed trucks.