March 16, 2018 by Jillian Morgan
From ASV, RS-75 and VS-75 skid-steer loaders feature a 10 in. ground clearance and 24-degree departure angle. The machines include hydraulics and cooling systems, as well as a swing-out door. RS-75 and VS-75 can travel at 11 mph when equipped with optional two-speed drive. Both models feature an industrial 74-hp Tier 4 Final diesel engine. The naturally aspirated 2.9-liter displacement engine produces 192 ft.-lbs. of torque. Auxiliary hydraulic systems can operate with optional 30.9-gpm-pump capacity and 3,335-psi system pressure. VS-75 features a ROC of 3,500 lbs. and a tipping load of 7,000 lbs., while RS-75 has a ROC of 2,600 lbs. and a tipping load of 5,200 lbs. Both machines are 72 in. wide, and the RS-75 has a 10.4-ft. lift height while the VS-75 has a 10.8-ft. lift height. Standard reversible wheels narrow the machines to 66 in., and both feature hydraulic joystick controls. An optional all-weather cab includes heat and air-conditioning and is pressurized for a clean operator environment. ASV includes drain plugs on all service items, including chain cases, the hydraulic tank, the radiator and the engine oil pan. Zerk fittings on the end of all pins, metal-face seals and a direct-drive pump are among other features.