R55 Big Foot - Forester

R55 Big Foot - Forester

The excavator R55 Big Foot model was born to fill the requests of operators that clean canals borders with forestry mulcher. They need a compact and light machine that has a high power and specific hydraulic systems to operate with mulchers. The name Big Foot derives from its four steering big wheels. The framework has a width of 1700 mm and the weight is about 8500 kg. Thanks its limited dimensions the machine can work in very narrow and hard places and its great power permits to use heavy accessories that require high oil flow.

The Forester model has besides two hydraulic paws on the front legs.
Kubota 3307 Stage III A
Engine:
Kubota
Model: Kubota 3307 Stage III A
Technical features
Operative weight
8350 Kg (Big Foot); 8900 Kg (Forester)
Engine's model
Kubota 3307 Stage III A
Engine's type
Water cooled 4 strokes turbo diesel
Engine size
3331 (cc)
Max power
55.4 kW (75.3 HP)
Potential difference
12 V
Max arm extension
7280 mm
Total pumps flow
260 lit/min
Penetration force
47 KN
Break off force
67 KN
R55 Big Foot - Side view
Extension of 1,4 m
R55 Big Foot - Side view
R55 Big Foot - Upper view
Steering wheels
R55 Big Foot - Upper view
R55 Forester - Side view
Extension of 1,4 m
R55 Forester - Side view
R55 Forester - Upper view
Steering wheels
R55 Forester - Upper view
Details (All images can be enlarged)
Kubota 3307 Stage III A Motor
Kubota 3307 Stage III A Motor
Rexroth components
Rexroth components
R55 Big Foot - 4 drive steering wheels
4 drive steering wheels
R55 Big Foot - ROPS and FOPS certified cabin
ROPS and FOPS certified cabin
R55 Big Foot - Great view
Great view
R55 Big Foot - Possibility to install many accessories
Possibility to install many accessories
R55 Big Foot Forester - Boom's pipes on the left
Boom's pipes on the left
R55 Big Foot Forester - Forester model with front hydraulic paws
Forester model with front hydraulic paws
R55 Big Foot Forester - Bending radius
Bending radius
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