FANDOM


The JCB 1750 was a Wheeled Loader (Loading Shovel) base on the designs obtained from Chaseside when JCB took them over in 1968.

HistoryEdit

The JCB 1750 was introduced in 197 ? and was replaced by the new JCB 400 series Loaders in 1979. the first 400 series loader was introduced in 1971 with the JCB 410.[1]

SpecEdit

Performance stats
  • Bucket capacity: Unknown cu yd
  • Static tipping load: 14,000Lb
  • Operating load SAE: 7000Lb
  • Tipping load @ carry position: 22,500Lb
  • Breakout force at cutting edge: 19,700Lb
  • Hydraulic lift capacity @ max height: 14,900Lb
  • Load over height: ?
Engine data
  • Type: Perkins T6.354
  • Cylinders: 6
  • Bore: 3.875 inches
  • Stroke: 5 inches
  • Displacement: 354 cubic inches
  • Compression ratio: 16:1
  • Max torque: at 1600rpm; 356Lb/ft
HP ratings
  • Gross SAE: 151 @ 2250rpm
  • Installed BS intermittent: 120 @ 2250rpm
  • DIN super output Nu: 120 @ 2250rpm
Tyre options
  • 14.00x24 Ply rating 12 (traction)
  • 14.00x24 Ply rating 16 (rock)
  • 17.5x25 Ply rating 12 (floatation)

Reference / sourcesEdit

  1. JCB:The first 50 years, published by JCB

Posted by Gavin at Classic Machinery Net Forum, From a 1977 JCB brochure.

External linksEdit

JCB Group official web site


Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.