Billed as the world’s first 40-foot, full-drive-height lift, the GS-4069 RT is among three new 69-inch-wide, rough-terrain scissor lifts.
Billed as the world’s first 40-foot, full-drive-height lift, the GS-4069 RT is among three new 69-inch-wide, rough-terrain scissor lifts. The machines feature increased capacity and performance with up to 30 percent more horsepower from dual fuel engines. Lifting capacity is up 20 percent on the 26-foot GS-2669 RT, from 1,250 to 1,500 pounds; capacities for the 33-foot GS-3369 RT and 40-foot GS-4069 RT are 1,000 and 800 pounds, respectively. Platform workspace is 13 percent larger.
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