The JCB 504-13 telescopic handler has a large, spacious cab with a wide access door. The cab glass is tinted all round and the windshield and roof are laminated.
JCB 504-13 controls are comfortable, precise and smooth thanks to single-lever electro servo controls with proportional auxiliaries.
Telehandler operators can maneuver quickly and easily with directional shuttle changes possible via the shuttle lever on the steering column or the joystick-mounted shuttle switch.
For excellent traction and performance in difficult conditions, the JCB 504-13 Loadall telehandler is features 4-wheel drive as standard. A limited-slip differential is available for maximum traction on slippery surfaces by transferring drive from the spinning wheel to the stationary wheel.
With a low height of 6 feet 6 inches and a narrow width of 5 feet 1 inch, this JCB Loadall telehandler is able to work in small operating environments, while its compact wheelbase and large steering lock angles ensure tight turning circles and superior maneuverability.
The 504-13 is equipped with a 39 hp JCB Perkins engine requires no after-treatment and produces 120 lb-ft of torque at 1800 RPM.
The 504-13 Loadall telehandler features a low boom pivot point and slim outer boom for unmatched visibility to front and rear wheels on the right-hand side. Bystanders are further safeguarded by the standard-fit reversing alarm.
Hose burst check valves (HBCVs) prevent the rams from collapse in the event of a hose failure.
GPS tracking via JCB LiveLink telematics systems provides real-time location data, including geofencing alerts to let you know if your machine is being used beyond predefined boundaries.