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Top 100: Large Skid-Steers Have Perkins Engines

Gehl and Mustang introduced two large skid-steers featuring Perkins Tier II engines.

December 01, 2004

MustangGehlGehl and Mustang introduced two large skid-steers featuring Perkins Tier II engines. All four machines are manufactured and assembled on a common production line, then branded as Gehl models 7610 and 7810, and Mustang models 2099 and 2109. The 7610 and 2099 have 86-hp engines; 7810 and 2109 have 115-hp engines. Increased torque, even as horsepower dropped, provides equal or better performance than predecessor machines. With a 3,300-psi hydraulic system, the machines deliver bucket breakout force of nearly 7,900 pounds. An optional 40-gpm high-flow auxiliary hydraulics system on the larger machine enhances attachment performance. Estimated list prices: $42,000 to $49,000.

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