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Wheel Loaders

L 550 - L 586
2plus2 2plus2 Tipping load, articulated: 25,700 lb 45,050 lb

L 550 2plus2
Tipping load, articulated: 25,700 lb Bucket capacity: 4.2 yd Operating weight: 36,450 lb Engine output: 177 HP/130 kW

L 566 2plus2
Tipping load, articulated: 34,300 lb Bucket capacity: 5.2 yd Operating weight: 49,625 lb Engine output: 259 HP/190 kW

L 580 2plus2
Tipping load, articulated: 39,700 lb Bucket capacity: 6.5 yd Operating weight: 54,200 lb Engine output: 272 HP/200 kW

L 586 2plus2
Tipping load, articulated: 45,050 lb Bucket capacity: 7.2 yd Operating weight: 69,200 lb Engine output: 340 HP/250 kW

L 550 2plus2 L 586 2plus2

Economy
The Liebherr driveline reduces wheel loader fuel consumption by 25 % or more when compared to conventional travel gears! Liebherr wheel loaders save up to 1.3 gallons of fuel per operating hour, signicantly reducing operating costs and environmental pollution.

Reliability
All the materials used in Liebherr wheel loaders have passed long-term tests to ensure that they meet Liebherrs exacting standards even in the toughest conditions. The mature concept and proven quality make Liebherr wheel loaders the benchmark for reliability.

Performance
The Liebherr driveline allows the Liebherr diesel engine to be mounted lengthways in the rear, with the output shaft facing backwards. Compared to conventionally driven wheel loaders, the operating weight is much lower, the tipping load is higher, and more material can be moved each operating hour.

Comfort
The ultra-modern cab design with advanced ergonomics, continuously variable Liebherr driveline with 2plus2 gearbox for uninterrupted tractive force, standard Liebherr ride control, optimum weight distribution and easy service access due to unique engine installation position lead to extraordinary overall comfort.

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Lower fuel consumption


5 n=? 35 30 25 20 1 5
20 m

B
T ~ 35 sec.

2,5m

Up to 1.3 gal less consumption per operating hour, a fuel saving of up to 25 %. The Liebherr wheel loaders demonstrate their fuel economy in the Liebherr standard Normtest.

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Economy
The Liebherr driveline reduces wheel loader fuel consumption by 25 % or more when compared to conventional travel gears. Liebherr wheel loaders save up to 1.3 gallons of fuel per operating hour, signicantly reducing operating costs and environmental pollution.

Low operating costs


Minimum costs, High handling capacity Liebherr wheel loaders are unbeatable for economy compared to conventionally driven wheel loaders. This is due to the following factors: Low fuel consumption thanks to higher efciency and low operating weight. Liebherr wheel loaders consume up to 1.3 gallons fuel per operating hour less than conventionally driven wheel loaders in the same working conditions. Practically no brake wear thanks to the hydraulic braking action of the driveline; this ultimately eliminates consequent repair costs. Reduced tire wear due to continuous traction control. Depending on the working conditions, there is up to 25 % less wear.

Active environmental protection


Economical use of resources The reduction in fuel lowers emissions, thus actively protecting resources: 0.3 gal of fuel produces up to 7 lb of carbon dioxide (CO2). By saving up to 1.3 gal per operating hour, up to 33,069 lb less CO2 is produced in 1,000 operating hours. Not only are operating costs reduced but the environment also benets from the drastically reduced emissions. The innovative driveline concept means much lower noise emission Liebherr wheel loaders are signicantly quieter in operation.

Low noise emission

Reduced brake wear Even under the toughest working conditions, the Liebherr travel drive always brakes hydraulically. The mechanical service brake only acts as a support and is therefore subject to hardly any wear.

Reduced tire wear The tractive force can be adjusted continuously. This stops wheel spins and reduces tire wear by up to 25 %.

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Liebherr driveline Optimum weight distribution thanks to lengthways-installed Liebherr diesel engine, output shaft is facing the rear. The variable displacement pumps on the engine act as counterweight, thus allowing higher tipping loads at low operating weight. Compact design improves visibility in all directions

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Performance
The Liebherr driveline allows the Liebherr diesel engine to be mounted lengthways in the rear, with the output shaft facing backwards. Compared to conventionally driven wheel loaders, the operating weight is much lower, the tipping load is higher, and more material can be moved each operating hour.

Higher performance, lower weight


Higher productivity The combination of the Liebherr driveline and the unique position of the Liebherr diesel engine allows higher tipping loads at low operating weight. This leads to signicantly higher productivity because there is no need for unnecessary counterweight.

Ultra modern Liebherr driveline


Innovative technology The large Liebherr wheel loaders are equipped with the 2plus2 gearbox. Tractive force and speed are automatically adjusted to the requirements of the driver without shifting. There is no need for a mechanical reverse gear because the travel direction is changed hydraulically.

Flexibility puts them ahead


An all-purpose loader The Lumberjack is the ideal tool to complement the available equipment for the large Liebherr wheel loaders. This torque increase is the perfect additional system for your requirements, especially when operating with heavy equipment and loads. Their compact design allows these wheel loaders to maneuver quickly and efciently an ideal basis for high handling capacity.

Conventional travel gear Longitudinally mounted diesel engine moves the center of gravity further forward Additional counterweight is needed to maintain stability and to increase the tipping load. This results in high operating weight and bad visibility

An all-purpose loader The choice between Lumberjack or Z pattern linkage means that the loader can always be congured for every job application Lumberjack for industrial use; Z for conventional material handling.

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Liebherr driveline The Liebherr driveline consists of two hydraulic motors which accelerate the loader continuously from a standstill to maximum speed, either forwards or in reverse with a 2plus2 gearbox but without a reversing gear unit.

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Reliability
All the materials used in Liebherr wheel loaders have passed long term tests to ensure that they meet Liebherrs exacting standards even in the toughest conditions. The mature concept and proven quality make Liebherr wheel loaders the benchmark for reliability.

Reliable Liebherr driveline


Fewer components The Liebherr driveline includes a self-locking hydraulic brake, which means the additional wet brake discs are effectively wear-free. There is no need for a reversing gear unit thus minimizing the number of parts susceptible to wear.

Controlled cooling
The intelligent answer The cooling fan is not driven directly from the Liebherr diesel engine and produces only the cooling air output which is actually required. Heat sensors ensure reliable control. If overheating should occur, the wheel loader automatically shifts down to rst travel speed range. The reduced power consumption protects the engine from overheating. At the same time, the fan speed is increased to maximum value, thus preventing the engine from overheating.

Components meet manufacturers quality standards


Everything from a single source Important components such as the engine, hydraulic rams and electronics are developed and manufactured by Liebherr itself. This ensures co-ordinated quality from the manufacturer down to the smallest detail. Liebherr components guarantee maximum performance and reliability.

Cooling system The cooling system is tted on the rear section between the diesel engine and the operators cab. The cooling air is drawn in directly behind the cab and blown out upwards at the rear. The fan speed is varied automatically by heat sensors that determine the amount of cooling needed. A reversible fan drive to expel dust from the radiator can be specied as an optional extra.

Liebherrs own components Liebherr has many years of experience in design, development and construction of diesel engines, hydraulic rams and electronic components. They are matched together down to the smallest detail to guarantee optimum interaction and performance.

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Liebherr control lever The Liebherr control lever is used to manage all travel and working movements of the wheel loader, so that the operators left hand can always remain on the steering wheel. There is no need to let go of the steering wheel increasing overall safety. The operator controls the following functions with his right hand: Raise and lower attachment Fill and dump the bucket Automatic bucket return to dig Kick down and Gear Hold function Auxiliary control buttons for additional hydraulic functions Change of travel direction with simultaneous travel start

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Comfort
The ultra modern cab design with advanced ergonomics, continuously variable Liebherr driveline with 2plus2 gearbox for uninterrupted tractive force, standard Liebherr ride control, optimum weight distribution and easy service access due to unique engine installation position lead to extraordinary overall comfort.

Top-class cabin design


Comfort cab The ultra-modern, ergonomically planned cabin design allows the operator to achieve better performance and productivity in the greatest possible comfort. The displays, controls and operators seat are carefully coordinated to form a perfect ergonomic unit. All the working and travel functions are operated precisely and sensitively from a single control lever. This means accurate and safe handling, and the left hand always remains on the steering wheel. This increases the safety at the job site.

Liebherr control lever

Liebherr driveline
Continuously variable transmission The Liebherr driveline with its 2plus2 gearbox allows continuous regulation of acceleration in all speed ranges, without noticeable gear shifting or interruption in tractive force.

Service access
Easy maintenance Because the Liebherr diesel engine is rotated by 180, the hydraulic pumps, hydraulic tank, hydraulic tank cut-off valve, air lter and battery main switch can be reached easily and safely from ground level by opening a single engine compartment hood. The engine, pump distributor gear and cooling system are easily accessible by opening the engine cover. The cooling system is positioned directly behind the cab, which means there is less dirt and therefore less maintenance and cleaning resulting in time and cost savings!

Hydrostatic fan drive

Service access The unique position of the Liebherr diesel engine provides perfect accessibility for maintenance. The hydraulic pumps, hydraulic tank, hydraulic tank cut-off valve and battery main switch can be easily and safely accessed from ground level by opening a single engine compartment hood.

Powerful air-conditioning system The standard equipped air-conditioning system of the large wheel loaders provides the greatest operator comfort for high productivity. The air ow is controlled at 4 different levels an automatic air-conditioning system is available as an option. Air ow in the feet area Defroster Air ow in the head area Air ow in the body area

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Technical Data
L 550 L 580 Engine
L 550
2plus2

L 566
2plus2

L 580
2plus2

Attachment Hydraulics
swash plate type variable flow pump with output and flow control, and pressure cut-off in the control block Cooling ______________________________ Hydraulic oil cooling using thermostatically controlled fan and oil cooler Filtering ____________________________ Return line filter in the hydraulic reservoir Control ______________________________ Liebherr-Joystick with hydraulic servo control Lift circuit __________________________ Lifting, neutral, lowering and float positions controlled by Liebherr joystick with detent Tilt circuit __________________________ Tilt back, neutral, dump automatic bucket positioning L 550 L 566 L 580 2plus2 2plus2 2plus2 Max. flow ____________________ gpm 62 77 77 Max. pressure ________________ PSI 4,786 5,076 5,076 Design
______________________________ Load-sensing

D936L A6 D936L A6 engine, water-cooled, exhaust turbo charged with intercooler Cylinder inline ________________ 4 6 6 Combustion process ________ PLD Rated output according to ISO 9249 __________ hp/kW 177/130 259/190 272/200 at RPM 2000 2000 2000 ______________ lb ft 611 Max. torque 907 975 at RPM 1500 1300 1300 Displacement ____________ gal 1.7 2.8 2.8 Bore/Stroke ________________ in 4.8/5.35 4.8/5.91 4.8/5.91 Air cleaner __________________________ Dry type with main and safety element, pre-cleaner, service indicator on LCD display Electrical system Operating voltage __________V 24 24 24 Capacity __________________ Ah 143 170 170 ________________V/A 28/80 Alternator 28/80 28/80 Starter motor ____________V/hp 24/9 24/9 24/9 The exhaust emissions are below the limits in stage IIIA / Tier 3.

Liebherr diesel engine ____________ D934S A6 Design ________________________ Liebherr diesel

Attachment
Geometry Z-pattern linkage with tilt cylinder and cast steel cross-tube Bearings ____________________________ Sealed Cycle time at nominal load ________ L 550 L 566 L 580 2plus2 2plus2 2plus2 Lifting __________________________ 5.5 s 5.5 s 5.5 s Dumping ______________________ 2.3 s 2.0 s 2.0 s Lowering (empty) ____________ 2.7 s 3.5 s 3.5 s
__________________________ Powerful

Travel Drive
Stepless hydrostatic travel drive Design 2plus2 ______________ Swash plate type variable flow pump and two variable axial piston motors in closed loop circuit with one axle transfer case. Direction of travel is reversed by changing the flow-direction of the variable-displacement pump Filtering system ______________ Suction return line filter for closed circuit Control ________________________ By travel and inching pedal. The inching pedal makes it possible to control the tractive and thrust forces steplessly at full engine speed. The Liebherr joystick is used to control forward and reverse travel Travel speed range ________________ Speed range 1______________________________ 0 6.2 mph Speed range 2 and A2 ____________________ 0 12.4 mph Speed range A3 ____________________________ 0 24.9 mph The quoted speeds apply with the tires that are standard equipment on the loader

Operators Cab
elastic bearing on rear section, soundproof ROPS/FOPS cab. Operators door with optional sliding window, 180 opening angle, fold-out window on right site with opening angle, front windscreen made of compound safety glass, green tinted as standard, side windows made of single-pane safety glass, grey tinted, continuously adjustable steering column and joystick control as standard, heatable rear window ROPS roll over protection per DIN/ISO 3471/ EN 474-3 FOPS falling objects protection per DIN/ISO 3449/ EN 474-1 Operators seat ____________________ 6 way adjustable seat with lap belt, vibration damping and suspension adjustable for the operators weight ______ Operators cab with 4-level air control, cooling water Cab heating and ventilation heating, defroster and air conditioning with electronic valve control, as well as electronic fresh/recirculated air control, filter system with pre-filter, fresh air filter and recirculated air filter, easily replaced, air conditioning as standard, climate control optional Design
______________________________ On

Axles
Four-wheel drive Front axle __________________________ Fixed Rear axle ____________________________ Center pivot, with 13 oscillating angle to each side L 550 L 566 L 580 Height of obstacles which 2plus2 2plus2 2plus2 can be driven over __________ 18 18 18 With all four wheels remaining in contact with the ground Differentials ________________________ Automatic limited-slip differentials with 45 % locking action in both axles Reduction gear ____________________ Planetary final drive in wheel hubs Track width ________________________ 67 with all types of tires (L 550 2plus2) 74 with all types of tires (L 566 2plus2, L 580 2plus2)

Noise Emission
L 550 ISO 6396 2plus2 ______________ 69 dB(A) LpA (inside cab) 2000/14/EC LWA (surround noise) ________ 104 dB(A) L 566 2plus2 69 dB(A) 105 dB(A) L 580 2plus2 69 dB(A) 105 dB(A)

Brakes
of the hydrostatic travel drive (acting on all four wheels) and additional pump-accumulator brake system with wet multi-disc brakes located in the wheel hubs (two separate brake circuits) Parking brake ______________________ Electro-hydraulically actuated spring-loaded brake system on the transmission The braking system meets the requirements of the EC guidelines 71/320. Wear-free service brake
__________ Self-locking

Capacities
L 550 2plus2 Fuel tank ________________________ gal 79.3 Engine oil (including filter change)________ gal 8.2 Pump distributor gears ________ gal 0.7 Transmission 2plus2 ________ gal 3.0 Coolant ________________________ gal 11.9 Front axle ______________________ gal 7.9 Rear axle________________________ gal 7.9 Hydraulic tank __________________ gal 35.7 Hydraulic system, total ________ gal 63.4 Air-condition system R134a ____ lb 3.0 L 566 2plus2 105.7 11.4 0.7 3.0 13.7 13.5 13.5 35.7 68.7 3.0 L 580 2plus2 105.7 11.4 0.7 3.0 13.7 15.3 13.2 35.7 68.7 3.0

Steering
swash plate type variable flow pump with pressure cut-off and flow control. Central pivot with two double-acting, damped steering cylinders Angle of articulation ______________ 40 (to each side) Emergency steering ______________ Electro-hydraulic emergency steering system Design
______________________________ Load-sensing

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Dimensions
L 550 L 580
I H J
G
K L L 550 2plus2 yd3 ft in lb/yd3 ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in lbf lbf lb lb lb lb T T 4.2 4.7 810 81 3,034 2,697 95 92 116 116 12 12 121 121 178 179 37 4 3 3 11 11 91 91 19 19 109 109 27 27 211 212 41,590 41,365 28,101 26,527 29,112 28,859 26,158 25,937 25,684 25,463 36,431 36,575 23.5R25 Michelin XHA L 566 2plus2 T T 5.2 5.9 91 91 3,034 2,697 108 105 121 121 133 133 144 144 193 197 31 41 4 4 118 118 102 102 11 11 119 119 293 296 233 234 59,350 59,350 44,962 42,714 39,000 37,501 34,943 33,598 34,282 32,959 49,604 49,880 26.5R25 Michelin XHA L 580 2plus2 T T 6.5 7.2 101 101 3,034 2,697 1011 108 135 135 14 14 15 15 201 211 39 4 4 4 118 118 102 102 11 11 122 122 306 301 244 245 56,202 55,753 39,342 35,969 44,952 44,070 40,411 39,617 39,683 38,912 54,190 54,520 26.5R25 Michelin XHA
L 550 2plus2 L 586 2plus2

E F

C B A

Loading Bucket
Cutting tools Bucket capacity according to ISO 7546 ** Bucket width Specific material weight Dumping height at max. lift height and 45 discharge Dump-over height Max. height of bucket bottom Max. height of bucket pivot point Max. operating height Reach at max. lift height and 45 discharge Digging depth Height above cab Height above exhaust Ground clearance Wheelbase Overall length Turning circle radius over outside bucket edge Lifting force (SAE) Breakout force (SAE) Tipping load, straight * Tipping load, articulated at 37 * Tipping load, articulated at 40 * Operating weight * Tire sizes

A B C D E F G H I J K L

* The figures shown here are valid with tires above and include all lubricants, a full fuel tank, the ROPS/FOPS cab and the operator. Different tires and optional equipment will change the operating weight and tipping load. ** Actual bucket capacity may be approx. 10 % larger than the calculation according to ISO 7546 standard. The degree to which the bucket can be filled depends on the material see page 21. = Loading bucket with back grading edge = Rehandling bucket T = Welded-on tooth holder with add-on teeth

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Attachment
High Lift L 550 L 580

D B A

J
G
K L

High Lift
Cutting tools Bucket capacity according to ISO 7546 ** Bucket width Specific material weight Dumping height at max. lift height and 45 discharge Dump-over height Max. height of bucket bottom Max. height of bucket pivot point Max. operating height Reach at max. lift height and 45 discharge Digging depth Height above cab Height above exhaust Ground clearance Wheelbase Overall length Turning circle radius over outside bucket edge Lifting force (SAE) Breakout force (SAE) Tipping load, straight * Tipping load, articulated at 40 * Operating weight * Tire sizes yd3 ft in lb/yd3 ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in lbf lbf lb lb lb

L 550 2plus2 T T 3.7 3.9 81 81 3,034 2,697 121 1111 135 135 142 142 151 151 199 191 21 3 5 5 11 11 91 91 11 11 109 109 282 285 219 2111 29,225 29,225 28,101 26,977 24,780 23,810 22,090 21,010 36,795 36,916 23.5R25 Michelin XHA

L 566 2plus2 T T 4.6 5.2 91 91 3,034 2,697 123 12 141 141 148 148 158 158 203 207 33 36 6 6 118 118 102 102 11 11 119 119 304 309 239 2311 51,706 51,706 34,845 33,721 33,135 32,717 29,101 28,770 50,155 50,398 26.5R25 Michelin XHA

L 580 2plus2 T T 5.9 6.5 91 101 3,034 2,697 117 117 141 141 148 148 158 158 215 215 4 4 6 6 118 118 102 102 11 11 122 122 315 315 244 249 51,706 51,706 33,721 33,721 40,664 40,675 35,913 35,913 54,344 54,675 26.5R25 Michelin XHA

A B C D E F G H I J K L

* The figures shown here are valid with tires above and include all lubricants, a full fuel tank, the ROPS/FOPS cab and the operator. Different tires and optional equipment will change the operating weight and tipping load. ** Actual bucket capacity may be approx. 10 % larger than the calculation according to ISO 7546 standard. The degree to which the bucket can be filled depends on the material see page 21. = Loading bucket with back grading edge = Rehandling bucket Z = Welded-on tooth holder with add-on teeth

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Attachment
Light Material Bucket L 550 L 580
F

Light Material Bucket


with Bolt-On Cutting Edge Bucket capacity Bucket width Specific material weight Dumping height at max. lift height Max. operating height Reach at maximum lift height Overall length Tipping load, straight * Tipping load, articulated * Operating weight * Tire sizes yd3 ft in lb/yd3 ft in ft in ft in ft in lb lb lb L 550 2plus2 6.5 7.9 98 98 1,348 1,011 86 81 183 1811 45 411 277 283 26,059 25,397 22,994 22,421 37,457 37,809 23.5R25 Michelin XHA L 566 2plus2 8.5 11.1 106 116 1,686 1,348 911 95 205 211 48 52 298 304 35,979 34,745 31,625 30,534 51,346 51,588 26.5R25 Michelin XHA L 580 2plus2 8.5 11.1 106 116 2,023 1,686 106 10 212 211 311 45 301 309 43,299 41,976 38,228 37,071 54,807 55,490 26.5R25 Michelin XHA

A E F L

Light Material Bucket (Lumberjack)


with Bolt-On Cutting Edge Geometry Bucket capacity Bucket width Specific material weight Dumping height at max. lift height Max. operating height Reach at maximum lift height Overall length Tipping load, straight * Tipping load, articulated * Operating weight * Tire sizes yd3 ft in lb/yd3 ft in ft in ft in ft in lb lb lb L 550 2plus2 ZKK 9.2 112 674 83 194 41 277 21,716 19,158 39,639 23.5R25 Good Year GP-4B L 566 2plus2 ZKK 14.4 122 674 93 225 73 311 27,988 24,604 55,733 26.5R25 Good Year GP-4D L 580 2plus2 ZKK 18.3 131 674 91 236 75 3211 30,247 26,698 60,098 26.5R25 Good Year GP-4D

A E F L

* The figures shown here are valid with tires above and include all lubricants, a full fuel tank, the ROPS/FOPS cab and the operator. Different tires and optional equipment will change the operating weight and tipping load. ZKK = Z-bar linkage with tilt ram support and hydraulic quick coupler (Lumberjack)

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Attachment
High-Dump Bucket L 550 L 580

High-Dump Bucket
with Bolt-On Cutting Edge Bucket capacity Bucket width Specific material weight Dumping height at max. lift height Max. operating height Reach at maximum lift height Overall length Tipping load, straight * Tipping load, articulated * Operating weight * Tire sizes yd3 ft in lb/yd3 ft in ft in ft in ft in lb lb lb L 550 2plus2 5.9 81 1,517 15 218 55 293 25,331 22,333 38,195 23.5R25 Michelin XHA L 566 2plus2 8.5 106 1,348 175 2411 6 318 30,093 26,455 54,697 26.5R25 Michelin XHA L 580 2plus2 8.5 106 1,686 182 258 55 321 37,016 32,673 58,158 26.5R25 Michelin XHA

A E F L

High-Dump Bucket (Lumberjack)


with Bolt-On Cutting Edge Geometry Bucket capacity Bucket width Specific material weight Dumping height at max. lift height Max. operating height Reach at maximum lift height Overall length Tipping load, straight * Tipping load, articulated * Operating weight * Tire sizes yd3 ft in lb/yd3 ft in ft in ft in ft in lb lb lb L 550 2plus2 ZKK 9.2 91 674 1511 2311 67 296 20,327 17,924 40,741 23.5R25 Good Year GP-4B L 566 2plus2 ZKK 14.4 122 674 1411 272 69 317 25,441 22,355 56,394 26.5R25 Good Year GP-4B L 580 2plus2 ZKK 17.0 131 674 158 282 61 328 28,285 24,978 61,244 26.5R25 Good Year GP-4B

A E F L

* The figures shown here are valid with tires above and include all lubricants, a full fuel tank, the ROPS/FOPS cab and the operator. Different tires and optional equipment will change the operating weight and tipping load. ZKK = Z-bar linkage with tilt ram support and hydraulic quick coupler (Lumberjack)

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Attachment
Fork Carrier and Fork L 550 L 580
600 E F min. F max.

F L

FEM IV Fork Carrier and Fork


with Quick Change Device A C E F F max. F min. G L Lifting height at max. reach Max. lifting height Max. operating height Reach at loading position Max. reach Reach at max. lifting height Fork length Length basic machine Tipping load, straight * Tipping load, articulated * Recommended payload for uneven ground = 60 % of tipping load, articulated 1) Recommended payload for smooth surfaces = 80 % of tipping load, articulated 1) Operating weight * Tire sizes ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in lb lb lb lb lb L 550 2plus2 51 121 154 34 55 29 411 236 20,150 17,780 10,031 12,7872) 36,145 23.5R25 Michelin XHA L 566 2plus2 66 137 175 41 65 34 511 26 25,574 22,487 12,974 17,295 50,078 26.5R25 Michelin XHA L 580 2plus2 66 143 182 43 66 29 511 267 31,173 27,073 16,535 19,4892) 53,539 26.5R25 Michelin XHA

* The figures shown here are valid with tires above and include all lubricants, a full fuel tank, the ROPS/FOPS cab and the operator. Different tires and optional equipment will change the operating weight and tipping load. 1) According to EN 473-3 and ISO 8313 2) Payload on forks is limited by tilt cylinder

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Attachment
Log Grapple (Lumberjack) L 550 L 580
Q

E I A 20 A 45 C C1 Q J F max. L K F 45 F 20 H

Log Grapple
Geometry A20 Discharge height at 20 A45 Discharge height at 45 C Max. grapple opening in loading position C1 Max. grapple opening E Max height F20 Reach at max. lifting height at 20 discharge F45 Reach at max. lifting height at 45 discharge F max. Max. outreach H Height above cab I Manipulation height J Ground clearance K Wheelbase L Overall length Width over tires Q Grapple diameter Grapple width Payload * Operating weight * Tire sizes ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in in2 ft in lb lb

L 550 2plus2 ZKK 108 811 75 86 204 57 42 83 11 149 11 109 2711 81 2,790 60 13,007 40,918 23.5R25 Good Year GP-4B

L 566 2plus2 ZKK 112 81 91 101 247 78 51 108 119 171 11 119 316 97 4,805 61 18,078 57,276 26.5R25 Good Year GP-4D

L 580 2plus2 ZKK 1111 95 111 12 257 74 55 1011 119 179 11 122 329 97 5,425 61 20,283 61,399 26.5R25 Good Year GP-4D

* The figures shown here are valid with tires above and include all lubricants, a full fuel tank, the ROPS/FOPS cab and the operator. Different tires and optional equipment will change the operating weight and tipping load. ZKK = Z-bar linkage with tilt ram support and hydraulic quick coupler (Lumberjack)

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Technical Data
Engine
engine, water-cooled, exhaust turbo charged with intercooler Cylinder inline ________________ 6 Combustion process ________ PLD Rated output according to ISO 9249 __________________ 340 hp (250 kW) at 2000 RPM Max. torque __________________ 1172 lb ft at 1500 RPM ________________ 2.8 gal Displacement Bore/Stroke __________________ 4.8/5.91 Air cleaner __________________________ Dry type with main and safety element, pre-cleaner, service indicator on LCD display Electrical system ____________ 24 V Operating voltage Capacity ______________________ 170 Ah Alternator______________________ 28 V/80 A Starter motor ________________ 24 V/9 hp The exhaust emissions are below the limits in stage IIIA / Tier 3. Geometry Liebherr diesel engine ____________ D936L A6 Design ________________________ Liebherr diesel Design

Attachment Hydraulics
swash plate type variable flow pump with output and flow control, and pressure cut-off in the control block Cooling ______________________________ Hydraulic oil cooling using thermostatically controlled fan and oil cooler Filtering ____________________________ Return line filter in the hydraulic reservoir Control ______________________________ Liebherr-Joystick with hydraulic servo control Lift circuit __________________________ Lifting, neutral, lowering and float positions controlled by Liebherr joystick with detent Tilt circuit __________________________ Tilt back, neutral, dump automatic bucket positioning Max. flow __________________________ 108 gpm ______________________ 4,786 PSI Max. pressure
______________________________ Load-sensing

Attachment
__________________________ Powerful

Z-pattern linkage with tilt cylinder and cast steel cross-tube 7.0 s 3.5 s 5.5 s

Travel Drive
Stepless hydrostatic travel drive Design 2plus2 ______________ Swash plate type variable flow pump and two variable axial piston motors in closed loop circuit with one axle transfer case. Direction of travel is reversed by changing the flow-direction of the variable-displacement pump Filtering system ______________ Suction return line filter for closed circuit Control ________________________ By travel and inching pedal. The inching pedal makes it possible to control the tractive and thrust forces steplessly at full engine speed. The Liebherr joystick is used to control forward and reverse travel Travel speed range ________________ Speed range 1______________________________ 0 5.0 mph Speed range 2 and A2 ____________________ 0 9.9 mph Speed range A3 ____________________________ 0 21.7 mph The quoted speeds apply with the tires that are standard equipment on the loader

Bearings ____________________________ Sealed Cycle time at nominal load ________ Lifting ________________________________________________ Dumping ____________________________________________ Lowering (empty) __________________________________

Operators Cab
elastic bearing on rear section, soundproof ROPS/FOPS cab. Operators door with optional sliding window, 180 opening angle, fold-out window on right site with opening angle, front windscreen made of compound safety glass, green tinted as standard, side windows made of single-pane safety glass, grey tinted, continuously adjustable steering column and joystick control as standard, heatable rear window ROPS roll over protection per DIN/ISO 3471/ EN 474-3 FOPS falling objects protection per DIN/ISO 3449/ EN 474-1 Liebherr Operators seat __________ 6 way adjustable seat with lap belt, vibration damping and suspension adjustable for the operators weight ______ Operators cab with 4-level air control, cooling water Cab heating and ventilation heating, defroster and air conditioning with electronic valve control, as well as electronic fresh/recirculated air control, filter system with pre-filter, fresh air filter and recirculated air filter, easily replaced, air conditioning as standard, climate control optional Design
______________________________ On

Axles
Four-wheel drive Front axle __________________________ Fixed Rear axle ____________________________ Center pivot, with 13 oscillating angle to each side Height of obstacles which can be driven over __________ 19 With all four wheels remaining in contact with the ground Differentials ________________________ Automatic limited-slip differentials with 45 % locking action in both axles Reduction gear ____________________ Planetary final drive in wheel hubs ________________________ 710 with all types of tires Track width

Noise Emission
ISO 6396 ____________________________ LpA (inside cab) = 69 dB(A) 2000/14/EC ________________________ LWA (surround noise) = 107 dB(A)

Brakes
of the hydrostatic travel drive (acting on all four wheels) and additional pump-accumulator brake system with wet multi-disc brakes located in the wheel hubs (two separate brake circuits) Parking brake ______________________ Electro-hydraulically actuated spring-loaded brake system on the transmission The braking system meets the requirements of the EC guidelines 71/320. Wear-free service brake
__________ Self-locking

Capacities
Fuel tank ______________________________________________________________________________ 132.1 Engine oil (including filter change) ____________________________________________________ 11.4 Pump distributor gears __________________________________________________________________ 2.0 Transmission 2plus2 __________________________________________________________________ 3.0 Coolant __________________________________________________________________________________ 15.6 Front axle ________________________________________________________________________________ 23.8 Rear axle ________________________________________________________________________________ 14.8 Hydraulic tank __________________________________________________________________________ 47.6 Hydraulic system, total ________________________________________________________________ 92.5 Air-condition system R134a ____________________________________________________________ 3.0 gal gal gal gal gal gal gal gal gal lb

Steering
swash plate type variable flow pump with pressure cut-off and flow control. Central pivot with two double-acting, damped steering cylinders Angle of articulation ______________ 37 (to each side) Emergency steering ______________ Electro-hydraulic emergency steering system Design
______________________________ Load-sensing

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Dimensions

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Loading Bucket
Cutting tool Bucket capacity according to ISO 7546 ** Bucket width Specific material weight Dumping height at max. lift height and 45 discharge Dump-over height Max. height of bucket bottom Max. height of bucket pivot point Max. operating height Reach at max. lift height and 45 discharge Digging depth Height above cab Height above exhaust Ground clearance Wheelbase Overall length Turning circle radius over outside bucket edge Lifting force (SAE) Breakout force (SAE) Tipping load, straight * Tipping load, articulated at 37 * Operating weight * Tire sizes yd3 ft in lb/yd3 ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in ft in lbf lbf lb lb lb T 7.2 112 3,034 101 137 142 153 214 47 4 123 101 111 121 327 271 80,931 52,830 50,221 45,040 69,181 29.5R25 Michelin XHA ROB 6.5 112 3,371 1011 137 141 153 21 46 6 124 1011 111 121 328 271 80,931 52,830 50,023 44,853 71,838 29.5R25 Michelin XLD D2

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* The figures shown here are valid with tires above and include all lubricants, a full fuel tank, the ROPS/FOPS cab and the operator. Different tires and optional equipment will change the operating weight and tipping load. ** Actual bucket capacity may be approx. 10 % larger than the calculation according to ISO 7546 standard. The degree to which the bucket can be filled depends on the material see page 21. = Rehandling bucket = Rock bucket with oblique base for quarrying applications T ROB = Welded-on tooth holder with add-on teeth = Rock bucket with delta cutting edge, welded-on tooth holder with add-on teeth and bolted intermediate sections

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Tipping Load
ISO 7546 What is tipping load? Load at center of gravity of working equipment, so that the wheel loader just begins to tip over the front axle. This the most unfavorable static-load position for the wheel loader. Lifting arms horizontal, wheel loader fully articulated at center pivot. Pay load. The pay load must not exceed 50 % of the tipping load when articulated. This is equivalent to a static stability-margin factor of 2.0. Bucket capacity. The bucket volume is determined from the pay load. Tipping load, articulated Pay load = 2 Bucket capacity = Pay load (lb) Specific bulk weight of material (lb/yd3)

Bulk Material Densities and Bucket Filling Factors


Gravel, moist dry wet, 24 197 dry, 24 197 crushed stone Sand, dry moist wet Gravel and sand, dry wet Sand and clay lb/yd3 3,203 2,697 3,371 2,865 2,528 2,528 3,034 3,203 2,865 3,371 2,697 % 105 105 105 105 100 110 115 110 105 100 110 Clay, natural dry wet Clay and gravel, dry wet Earth, dry wet excavated Topsoil Weathered rock 50 % rock, 50 % earth Basalt lb/yd3 2,697 2,360 2,781 2,360 2,697 2,191 2,697 1,854 2,865 3,287 % 110 110 105 110 100 115 110 110 100 100 Granite Limestone, Sandstone Slate Bauxite Gypsum, broken Coke Slag, broken Coal hard soft lb/yd3 3,034 2,781 2,613 2,697 2,950 2,360 3,034 0,843 3,034 1,854 % 95 95 100 100 100 100 100 110 100 110

Tires
Size and tread code L 550 2plus2 Bridgestone 23.5R25 VMT Bridgestone 23.5R25 VSDL Goodyear 20.5R25 RT-3B Goodyear 20.5R25 GP-2B Goodyear 23.5R25 RT-3B Goodyear 23.5R25 GP-2B Michelin 20.5R25 XTLA Michelin 20.5R25 XHA Michelin 23.5R25 XTLA Michelin 23.5R25 XHA Michelin 23.5R25 XLD D2A Michelin 23.5R25 X-MINE D2 L 566 2plus2 Bridgestone 23.5R25 VMT Bridgestone 23.5R25 VSDL Good Year 23.5R25 GP-2B Good Year 23.5R25 RL-5K Michelin 23.5R25 X-MINE D2 Michelin 23.5R25 XLD D2 L 566 2plus2/L 580 2plus2 Bridgestone 26.5R25 VMT Bridgestone 26.5R25 VSDL Good Year 26.5R25 GP-2B Good Year 26.5R25 RL-5K Good Year 26.5R25 RT-3B Michelin 26.5R25 XHA Michelin 26.5R25 XLD D2 Michelin 26.5R25 X-MINE D2 L 586 2plus2 Bridgestone 29.5R25 VMT Bridgestone 29.5R25 VSDL Good Year 29.5R25 GP2B Good Year 29.5R25 RL5K Michelin 29.5R25 XHA Michelin 29.5R25 XLD D2 Michelin 29.5R25 X-Mine D2 Change of operating weight lb L3 L5 L3 L2 L3 L2 L2 L3 L2 L3 L5 L5 L3 L5 L2 L5 L5 L5 L3 L5 L2 L5 L3 L3 L5 L5 L3 L5 L2 L5 L3 L5 L5 + ,344 + 2,011 1,305 1,420 + ,273 , 97 1,349 1,358 ,198 + , 0 + 1,279 + 1,605 ,864 + ,802 1,305 + ,467 + ,397 + , 71 + ,370 + 2,575 , 26 + 2,249 + ,838 + , 0 + 1,455 + 2,328 + ,159 + 2,910 ,176 + 3,474 + , 0 + 1,781 + 2,496 Width over tires ft in 88 89 89 88 89 88 88 88 88 88 89 89 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 98 99 99 108 108 108 109 108 108 109 Change in vertical dimensions in + 1.18 + 2.56 3.25 2.95 + 0.79 + 1.18 1.97 1.57 0.2 + 0.0 + 1.57 + 2.36 0.79 + 0.59 0.39 + 0.39 + 0.39 0.59 + 1.77 + 2.76 + 0.98 + 2.36 + 0.98 + 0.0 + 1.57 + 2.36 + 1.77 + 2.56 + 0.79 + 2.36 + 0.0 + 0.79 + 1.57 use Gravel Stone, Recycling Gravel Sand, Gravel Gravel Sand, Gravel Gravel, Earthworks Gravel Gravel, Earthworks Gravel Stone, Recycling Stone, Recycling Gravel Stone, Recycling Sand, Gravel Stone, Recycling Stone, Recycling Stone, Mining spoil Gravel Stone, Recycling Sand, Gravel Stone, Recycling Gravel Gravel Stone, Mining spoil Stone, Recycling Gravel Stone, Scrap Sand, Gravel Industry, Stone Gravel Stone, Mining spoil, Recycling Stone, Scrap

Before operating the vehicle with tire foam filling or tire protection chains, please discuss this with Liebherr-Werk Bischofshofen.

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The Liebherr Wheel Loaders


Wheel Loader
Tipping load Bucket capacity Operating weight Engine output lb yd3 lb hp/kW L 524 2plus1 16,094 2.6 22,818 117/86 L 528 2plus1 17,857 2.9 23,766 117/86 L 542 2plus1 21,517 3.5 28,748 143/105

Wheel Loader
Tipping load Bucket capacity Operating weight Engine output lb yd3 lb hp/kW L 550 2plus2 25,684 4.2 36,431 177/130 L 566 2plus2 34,282 5.2 49,604 259/190 L 580 2plus2 39,683 6.5 54,190 272/200 L 586 2plus2 45,040 7.2 69,181 340/250
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Environmental protection can help you earn money!


The Liebherr Standard Consumption Test easy and practical to reproduce. Every Liebherr dealer will provide you with this measuring tank kit free of charge or, on request, will carry out the standard fuel consumption test on your premises. Its so easy: you simply determine the number of loading cycles that can be carried out with 1.3 gal/5 liters of diesel. The material is taken from pile A and carried over a distance of 22 yd/ 20 m to point B. The time needed for each working cycle should be 35 seconds. Discharge at point B should take place from a height of 8 ft/2.5 m. The working cycles continue until the 1.3 gal/5 liters of diesel in the external measuring tank have been used up. The loaders fuel consumption per operating hour is calculated as follows: 1051) Number of loading cycles
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5 n=? 35 30
22 yd

B
T ~ 35 sec.

4 3 2

25 20 1 5

consumption per hour in gal

105 =
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1.3 gal x 3600 sec. x 0.782) 35 sec.

Calculated on an average operation of 50 minutes per hour

Values for the Liebherr Wheel Loaders Numbers of working cycles ton/gal n = 31 163.0 L 550 2plus2: 4,2 yd3 n = 22 146.5 L 566 2plus2: 5.2 yd3 n = 20 178.1 L 580 2plus2: 6.5 yd3 n = 14 128.6 L 586 2plus2: 7.2 yd3 * Equipped with L5 tires and 7.2 yd3 HD bucket

gal/hour 3.4 4.8 5.0 7.6*

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Equipment
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Basic Machine
Liebherr-2plus2-travel gear Ride control Automatic travel mode 12.4 mph speed limiting Electronic theft protection Creep speed/Cruise control Electronic crowding force control Combined inching-braking system Multi-disc limited slip differentials in both axles Air cleaner system with pre-filter Particle protection for radiator Reversible fan drive Emergency steering system Liebherr biodegradable hydraulic oil Headlights Two tail lights Two working area lights at rear Battery master switch Pre-heat system for cold starting Towing hitch Lockable doors, service flap and engine hood Toolbox with toolkit Back-up alarm Exhaust pipe stainless steel Noise suppression package 101 Automatic central lubrication system Road ballast Fuel particle filter

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Forward reverse travel Forward travel Reverse travel Rev. counter Clock Flashing turn indicators High-beam headlights Diagnosis system

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Engine oil pressure Engine overheat Parking brake Hydraulic oil temperature Air cleaner blockage Battery charge Flow through emergency steering system

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Soundproof ROPS/FOPS cab with tinted safety glass front windscreen, heatable rear window Joystick steering 2in1 steering system changeable Hot water heater with defroster and recycled-air system Adjustable steering column Height-adjustable steering column Liebherr joystick control adjustable Air conditioning system Air condition automatic controlled Liebherr operators seat adjustable in 6 ways Air sprung operators seat Air sprung operators seat with seat heating Xenon working lights front Four working area lights at front Two or four working area lights rear Protective screen for windshield Sliding window Floor mat Wash/wipe system for windscreen and rear window Interior rear-view mirror Sun visor Cup holder Clothes hook Storage box with cooling function Storage box Lockable storage compartment Plug 12 V Ashtray Horn Provision for radio including loudspeaker Radio set Operators package Dust filter system Protective ventilation system Amber beacon Fire extinguisher 4 lb

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Speed range selection Air conditioning Hazard warning flashers Parking brake Electronic tractive force adaptation Creep speed Ride control Automatic bucket positioner Hoist kick-out Additional hydraulics Float position Headlights Working lights front Working lights rear Road travel Wash/wipe system for rear window Amber beacon Mode switch Blower Heater

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Diesel engine pre-heat Engine oil temperature Fuel reserve Timer for hours of operation Speedometer Travel speed ranges and gear selected

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Instruments for:

= Standard, + = Option, = not available All illustrations and data may differ from standard equipment. Subject to change without notice.

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Z-bar linkage Z-bar linkage High Lift Industrial Z-bar linkage Hydraulic servo control of working hydraulics Automatic bucket positioner adjustable Automatic hoist kick out adjustable Float position Loading buckets with and without teeth, or bolt-on cutting edge High-dump bucket Light material bucket Fork carrier and lift forks Hydraulic quick-change device 3rd hydraulic control circuit 3rd and 4th hydraulic control circuits Comfort control Country-specific versions

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Function Keys for:

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Audible Warnings for:

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Warning Lights for:

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The Liebherr Group of Companies


Wide product range
The Liebherr Group is one of the largest construction equipment manufacturers in the world. Liebherrs highvalue products and services enjoy a high reputation in many other fields, too. The wide range includes domestic appliances, aerospace and transportation systems, machine tools and maritime cranes.

State-of-the-art technology
To provide consistent, top quality products, Liebherr attaches great importance to each product area, its components and core technologies. Important modules and components are developed and manufactured inhouse, for instance the entire drive and control technology for construction equipment.

Exceptional customer benefit


Every product line provides a complete range of models in many different versions. With both its technical excellence and acknowledged quality, Liebherr products offer a maximum of customer benefits in practical application.

Worldwide and independent


Hans Liebherr founded the Liebherr family company in 1949. Since that time, the enterprise has steadily grown to a Group of 100 companies with over 26,000 employees located on all continents. The corporate headquarters of the Group is Liebherr-International AG in Bulle, Switzerland. The Liebherr family is the sole owner of the company.

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