KC Series

Track Carriers

  • Warranty 12 months

Not only is the KC Series compact in size, it also provides all the load capacity and dump force needed to efficiently and reliably get the job done. The rugged power delivered by the Kubota diesel engine ensures reliable and efficient operation in a wide range of applications.


Clean, environmentally friendly engine

Tough and dependable, the Kubota diesel engine delivers high orque and high output, with optimal fuel efftciency to minimizing operating costs. This diesel engine incorporates the unique combustion method developed by Kubota in our ongoing commitment to deaner emissions, enhanced power. The engine complies with even the toughest regulations now being globally enforced - including the EPA Tier-4 regulations.

Large load capacity

Though quite compact, the KC-Series of Kubota rubber track carriers feature notably large load capacities - 1,543 lbs (700 kg) for the KC70 and 2,646 lbs (1200 kg) for the KC120HC.

Generous dumping angles

The KC70 provides a generous 68° dumping angle in the forward direction. As for the KC120HC, it has a 56° clumping angle in the forward direction as well as 6 1" to either the right or the left.

Compact design

To more easily pass through gates and between structures in close proximity as well as to negotiate otherwise proh itively narrow spaces, models in the KC Series feature exceptionally efficient compactness. The width of the KC70 is a slender 34.6 in. while that for the KC120HC is a trim 37.4 in.

Travel & traction

The flexible bogie style under rollers absorb shock and help contribute to smoother and more stable travel even on rough surface. The long rubber crawler distributes weight better than some wheeled machines for better traction and less damage on soft ground. A single range of running speeds improves turning performance and running speed under heavy loads. Increased traction force also helps to improve travel performance.

Easy one-touch seat adjustment

The KC120HC-4S’s new slide lever simplifies adjusting the seat backwards and forwards.