Tip-over angle for 751C

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bobbie-g

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I'm trying to determine the angle at which the 751C pitches or rolls. Clearly, the pitch-forward angle (rear wheels come off the ground) is greater then the pitch-back angle (front wheels come off the ground) with an empty bucket since much of the weight is in the rear. But what are those angles? And the roll-sideways angle is most likely a different number. The Bobcat web site lists an "Angle of departure" as 26 degrees and a "Rollback angle" as 25 degrees. Wonder what those angles mean? Where might I go to find out?
 

500K_773

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Bobbie-g I believe that "angle of departure" is the angle from the rear tire to the bottom of the back section of the Bobcat. Angle of approach should be N/A because the tires are the farthest point forward, assuming the bucket is off the ground. Was "rollback angle" in reference to the attitude of the Bobcat or to the bucket? Could this have been in reference to how far back the bucket could tilt back? Do you need these specs to design some attachments for your machine?
 
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