- Apr 19, 2004
Anyone have any experiences with a 2410? It's an articulated compact loader they quit producing in 1993.
Yeah... Bobcat phased out the 2400 about the same time they cut production of the 980 and 974/975. It didn't exactly hold a strong place in the lineup. 500K_773 beat me to the punch -- that pdf file is about as concise as you can get.Never even heard of one until this post. I did find a picture of one at Bobcat of Indy's website (http://www.bobcatofindy.com/images/2410.jpg). I also found specs on Bobcat's website (http://www.bobcat.com/products/historical/other/articulated_loaders.pdf). Sounds like a fair sized little loader, 2500# lift capacity, 9400# machine weight, 74 HP Perkins diesel, and WOW, a top speed of 14.5 MPH.
What kind of info were you looking for? How do you plan on using the machine? I am sure others here with be able to help even if we don't have the same machine.
How did this piece of equipment compare with a Kubota of like qualities? Does anyone other than bobcat make one? Just curious.I just aquired this machine. 1394 hrs. fully enclosed cab. 914 backhoe that has a side shift , with 16 and 24 inch buckets, 2- 78in. frt buckets (one with teeth), angle blade, brush hog, pallet forks, post hole auger w/ 6in and 12in augers and a 3' ext., An ex gov. machine.
Frend had one for about 5 years which I put about 500 hours on it. I personaly didn't like it. Thought it was to tipy on hill sides. also could not see the cutting edge of a bucket when it was on the ground. But my frend loved it and was able to make it work for him. Although he did not like the hoe so I sold it for him to a guy to adpt it to a 975 bobcat. Good luck with your machine I am sure you will find many uses for it. DwanI just aquired this machine. 1394 hrs. fully enclosed cab. 914 backhoe that has a side shift , with 16 and 24 inch buckets, 2- 78in. frt buckets (one with teeth), angle blade, brush hog, pallet forks, post hole auger w/ 6in and 12in augers and a 3' ext., An ex gov. machine.