With a rated operating capacity of 2,700 pounds, Gehl says its V270 skid loader is the strongest in its class.
With a rated operating capacity of 2,700 pounds, Gehl says its V270 skid loader is the strongest in its class. It is powered by an 84-horsepower Yanmar turbo diesel engine with 215 lb.ft. peak torque. The loader is said to achieve "near-vertical lift" and provide more than 130 inches of lift height — higher than any competitor in its weight class, according to Gehl. It also features the Hydraglide Ride Control System as standard. When maximum power is required, a 36.9-gpm high-flow auxiliary hydraulics option can handle most every attachment.
The vertical-lift S740 skid steer loader is a new model for Bobcat, equipped with a Tier 4-Final engine that, at 74 horsepower, does not require a DPF or SCR technology.
The vertical-lift 272D2 skid steer, 297D2 multiterrain, and 299D2 compact track loaders (and the XHP versions) have been upgraded to include the Advanced Display as standard equipment and enhanced airflow debris control.
Gehl’s new mid-frame R Series skid steer loaders—R135, R150 and R165—are radial-lift models with standard rated operating capacities of 1,350, 1,500 and 1,650 pounds, respectively.
GEN:2 upgrades have been applied to the Z45 zero-tail-swing excavator,