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Gehl

A new line of all-wheel-steer wheel loaders feature wheel-cut angles up to 40 degrees, which contributes to a tight turning circle

October 01, 2002

GehlA new line of all-wheel-steer wheel loaders feature wheel-cut angles up to 40 degrees, which contributes to a tight turning circle. Plus, four-wheel steering allows these new machines to maintain constant tipping loads, compared to articulated loaders that have reduced capacity when at full turn. Three of the machines are fitted with conventional-boom loader linkage and three with a telescopic boom. Extended-boom dump heights for the telescopic models range from 158 to 174 inches.

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