Bobcat TL723

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High Tractive Effort
The Tier 4 turbo-charged engine in Bobcat telehandlers achieves optimum tractive force, giving these R-Series telehandlers impressive pushing power for their size classes.

Hydrostatic Transmission
Bobcat telehandlers offer a heavy-duty hydrostatic transmission for smooth, quick power, plus high wheel torque for digging and pushing. Operation is safe and easy, with many additional features to help you get the job done quickly and efficiently.

Automatic Ride Control
Automatic ride control on the TL723 and TL923 reduces material spillage, allowing operators to travel at faster speeds for increased productivity. Thanks to its dampening effect, the feature also increases comfort by offering a smoother ride when traveling across uneven terrain.

Large-Diameter Tires
The large-diameter tires (20-inch on the TL619 and 24-inch on the TL723 and TL923) have an aggressive all-terrain tread that won’t bog down in soft ground conditions. 

Power Quick-Tach
The TL723 and TL923 have a standard Power Quick-Tach attachment mounting system that provides robust attachment versatility. The hydraulic lock function allows you to change non-hydraulic
attachments safely and quickly without leaving the cab. With the Power QuickTach system, operators push a button to retract the pins and release to quickly secure the attachment.

Intuitive Joystick Controls
Fingertip controls make it easy and comfortable to operate Bobcat telehandlers. On the front side of the joystick, the Forward-Neutral-Reverse directional switch can be operated with the index finger.
The two-speed travel switch, boom float, boom extension, and auxiliary hydraulics are located at the top of the joystick.

7-Pin Attachment Control Device (ACD)
Get additional control and functionality in selected attachments with the 7-pin attachment control device. Several attachments require control of more than one function, and this system gives you
fingertip control of these extra functions. On-the-fly adjustments, such as the angle of an angle broom attachment, are quick and easy with a simple push button.

Four Steering Modes
Bobcat telehandlers have four steering modes to give you tailored maneuverability for every application.
All-Wheel Steer:  Allows you to make quick and tight turns
Front-Wheel Steer:  Standard steering mode; front wheels control the direction of the machine
Crab Steer:  Allows precise side-to-side positioning
Semi-Crab Steer:  Allows operators to set the rear wheels in a crab position while steering with the front wheels


Model TL723
Operating Weight 16038 lb
Max. Rated Capacity 7718 lb
Max. Rated Capacity at Full Height 7718 lb
Max. Rated Capacity at Full Reach 3308 lb
Auxiliary Hydraulic Flow 26.4 gpm
Hydraulic Pressure 3625 psi
Lift Height 273.9 in
Max. Reach 157.7 in
Reach at Max. Height (24" load center) 48.1 in
Bucket Dump Height 153.5 in
Reach at Dump Height 46.3 in
Bucket Dump Angle Full Height 48°
Max. Travel Speed - Low 3.7 mph
Max. Travel Speed - High 18.7 mph
Tires 400/80 x 24
Length Fork Face to Rear 191.7 in
Length Front Tire to Rear 159.8 in
Wheelbase 113.0 in
Ground Clearance 16.9 in
Cab Height 96.7 in
Cab Height with Beacon 100.8 in
Width 90.6 in
Tread 74.6 in
Inside Turning Clearance 43.0 in
Fork Turning Clearance 197.4 in
Make/Model Bobcat D34 Turbocharged (T4)
Fuel/Cooling Diesel/Liquid
Cylinders 4
Horsepower 100.0 hp
Rated rpm 2400 rpm
Torque at 1400 rpm 316.7 ft-lb
Displacement 207.5 in³
Full Tank Capacity 36.4 gal
Four Wheel Drive Standard
2-Speed Hydrostatic Transmission Standard
Two Gear Range Gearbox Standard
Steering Modes Front wheel. four wheel opposed, crab, semi-crab
Advanced Attachment Control Mode Standard
Inching Control Standard
Dynamic Braking Standard
SAPR Brakes Standard


WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including engine exhaust (including diesel engine exhaust when equipped), lead and lead compounds, mineral oils, soots, phthalates, and carbon monoxide which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.