TA-175 Compact Series (10-90 HP)

  • TA-175

This mid-sized, power packed loader offers all the same benefits of the TA-170 with added power. At the full lift height of 10'2", this loader's lift capacity is 2250 pounds.

Loaded with power and features

Product Details

More Loader with Lots of Extras

For the heavy-duty user and contractor. Extra features give it a professional feel and performance, great profile, bucket linkage, tapered bucket, reinforced arms, and in-line valve with precision joystick. New features on the TA-175 include upgraded lift cylinders and skid steer adapter and 72" skid steer bucket. Fits 2WD tractors from 20 to 70 HP and 4WD tractors from 20 to 65 HP.

Same features as our larger loaders:

  • Clean bracket design for excellent tire clearance. When your loader is off, your tractor is free to do other chores.
  • Experience precision like never before with the ergonomically designed precision joystick and valve which comes standard in the loader package.
  • More power with larger cylinders offers an impressive lift capacity of 2250 lbs.
  • Mount or dismount your loader hydraulically in less than 2 minutes without any tools or dangerous stands.
  • Skid steer adapter allows you to share your current skid-steer attachments with your new 100 series Westendorf loader.
  • Complete line of attachments available.
  • All hoses and mounting brackets included.


2” Bucket Cylinders, 2-1/2" Lift Cylinders, Hydraulic Power-Mount™, Skid Steer Quick-Attach, Hose Kit, Standard Mounting Kit, Bucket Gauge Rod and 72” Skid Steer Bucket.


60" or 66" Skid Steer Bucket, 3-Prong Bale Spear, 60" Bucket Teeth, 60" Dozer Blade, 72" V-Plow, Ballast 3-point Barrel Holder, Forklift with 42" Teeth, Brush Crusher, Hydra-Snap™ Manifold,Hydraulic Valve Block, and Power Beyond Option.

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The canopy has really been a blessing, it keeps me out of the weather while I'm brush-hogging the pastures and mowing the yard.

Gordon Arteno - Fayetteville, TN