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1 Competition

2 COMPETITION- SKID LOADERS

3 Bobcat as Competition “Bobcat” Perceived as Low Price
Weak Specifications Poor Performance Focused Sales Organization Full Line of Attachments The Bobcat name is a generic name with skid-steer loaders, and in recent years, with track units. Bobcat is often perceived as a lower cost loader. Usually have no or minimum programs. Remember to compare apples to apples. Generally, Bobcat has weaker specs, and not a strong performer. Bobcat salespeople are “Bobcat” focused, with multiple Bobcat product lines to sell, and branded attachments.

4 Bobcat Strengths: Bobcat Name Excellent Market Share Range of Machines
Dealer Network Low List Prices Competitive Retail Finance Programs Strong brand name recognition. Strong overall market penetration in all areas. Highest market share - est. 42% in N.A. Full range of product line to include both radial and vertical lift models. ‘Dedicated’ dealer network - generally sell only Bobcat products. Generally have lower list prices with lesser retail programs in effect.

5 Bobcat Weaknesses Sales Staff Not Operator Friendly Light Construction
Underpowered Good demos will amplify their weaknesses. Belt Drive In some areas, dealers are used to being “order-takers” and less customer orientated. Also, some areas known for arrogance in selling. Less comfortable cabs, restricted leg space. Lighter constructed frames. Usually, under-powered. Bobcat generally rates as average in overall performance. Good demos will amplify their weaknesses. Belt-drive system is an inefficient way to convert engine horsepower to hydraulic horsepower. Utilizing old technology with model changes, option packaging and resting on the name itself.

6 How to Sell Against Bobcat
Point out the “FREE” options Control Patterns Nitro-Coated Cylinder Rods Hydraulic Self-Leveling Tier II ROPS Higher Productivity T-Bar Control Superior Operator Comfort Ease of Operation ROPS Cab Competitive Initial Investment Lower Operating Cost Lower Aftermarket Parts Pricing Lower Labor Gehl Dealer Proximity of Gehl Dealer Ease of Service Establish Gehl as a strong, powerful, operator-friendly skid steer loaders. Point out the “FREE” options like various control patterns, nitro-coated cylinder rods, hydraulic self-leveling and tier II ROPS. Extra cost with Bobcat. Promote Gehl’s higher productivity output with lower operating costs. Example would be a foot throttle on the T-Bar, Joystick and Dual Hand control models. Bobcat offers a manual throttle which is usually ran wide open. Bobcat burns more fuel in a days work than a Gehl. Dispute the serviceability argument that Bobcat tries to instill in the customers. Open the ROPS on a Gehl and it speaks for itself. Bobcat will always sell their weaknesses as a positive. Expose this method. Promote the operator comfort of the larger operator station, optional deluxe suspension seat, and true hands-only (T-Bar) control operation.

7 Model Match-ups – Bobcat - Gehl

8 Both radial lift booms so fewer pivot points than vertical lift machines – no advantage
Machine width over tires: Mustang 52.5” vs. Bobcat 58.7” – advantage? Unit can be used in tighter area i.e. ‘zero lot line’ houses – Advantage Mustang

9 Gehl 3640 vs. Bobcat S100 Gehl 35 H.P. (26 kW) vs. Bobcat 33.5 H.P. (25 kW) – Advantage Gehl Gehl 8.5 gal. (32 L) hydraulic reservoir vs. Bobcat 3.5 gal. (13 L) – oil cycling intervals – Advantage Gehl Operating Weight – both can be pulled by smaller truck (373 kg) vehicle – no advantage Gehl direct drive vs. Bobcat belt drive – Advantage Gehl Mustang 35 H.P. vs. Bobcat 25 H.P. – Advantage Mustang Mustang 8.5 gal. hydraulic reservoir vs. Bobcat 3.5 gal. – oil cycling intervals – Advantage Mustang Operating Weight – both can be pulled by ½ ton – no advantage

10 Gehl 4240E vs Bobcat S-130 Gehl 46 HP (34 kW) vs. Bobcat 46 HP (34 kW) – Advantage Gehl – same HP, but more compact chassis and less overall weight for higher performance Gehl 1,350 lb. (612 kg) Lift capacity vs. Bobcat 1,300 lb. (590 kg) -plus Gehl has optional 100 lb. (45 kg) counterweight option – Advantage Gehl Machine width over tires: Gehl 52.5” (1350 mm) vs. Bobcat 58.7” (1490 mm), and length - Gehl (2950 mm) vs. Bobcat (3150 mm) – Unit can be used in tighter areas, smaller, narrow applications – Advantage Gehl Both radial lift booms so fewer pivot points than vertical lift machines – no advantage Machine width over tires: Mustang 52.5” vs. Bobcat 58.7” – advantage? Unit can be used in tighter area i.e. ‘zero lot line’ houses – Advantage Mustang

11 Gehl 4240E vs. Bobcat S-130 Make Gehl Bobcat Model 4240E S130
PERFORMANCE  (Tier 4 Interim) (Tier 4 Interim) Rated operating load, standard (kg) 612 590 Operating load w/optional counterweight (kg) 669 INA Tipping load, standard (kg) 1225 1195 Height to bucket pin (mm) 2790 2780 Dump bucket discharge (mm) 2200 2100 Dump max height (mm) 570 Max dump angle at full height (deg) 42 40 Bucket breakout force (kN) 13.19 13.34 Bucket rollback at ground level (deg) 29 25 Arm lifting force (kN) 11.38 12.45 Lift arm geometry Radial ENGINE Engine make Yanmar Kubota Engine model 4TNV88 V2403-M-DI-E3 No of cylinders 4 Displacement (L) 2.2 2.4 Net power (kW) 34.3 34.4 Rated speed (rpm) 2600 Maximum torque (N-m) 145 Both radial lift booms so fewer pivot points than vertical lift machines – no advantage Machine width over tires: Mustang 52.5” vs. Bobcat 58.7” – advantage? Unit can be used in tighter area i.e. ‘zero lot line’ houses – Advantage Mustang

12 Gehl 4240E vs. Bobcat S-130 HYDRAULICS Gehl 4240 Bobcat S 130
Standard pump flow (lpm) 62 64 Optional pump flow (lpm) INA Hydraulic pressure (bar) 189.6 186.2 Self leveling bucket Opt DIMENSIONS Reference bucket capacity (L) 331 411 Overall length w/bucket (mm) 2950 3150 Width over tires (mm) 1350 1490 Reference bucket width (mm) 1540 1570 Height to top of ROPS (mm) 1830 1960 Ground clearance (mm) 211 188 Rear angle of departure (deg) 29 23 Wheelbase (mm) 930 900 Fuel tank (L) 47 49 Hydraulic tank refill/system total (L) 30/44 13/23 Operating weight (kg) 2087 2375 Both radial lift booms so fewer pivot points than vertical lift machines – no advantage Machine width over tires: Mustang 52.5” vs. Bobcat 58.7” – advantage? Unit can be used in tighter area i.e. ‘zero lot line’ houses – Advantage Mustang

13 Gehl 4640E vs. Bobcat S-160/S-175 Breakout force: Gehl 5,000 lbs. (22.54 kN) vs. Bobcat 3,600 lbs. (16.01 kN) & 3,240 lbs. (13.41 kN) – Advantage Gehl Axle Torque: Gehl 5,800 lbs. (7864 N-m) vs. Bobcat 4,900 lbs. (6644 N-m) & 4,900 lbs. (6644 N-m): a 900 lb. (1200 N-m) power advantage – Advantage Gehl Aux. pump flow and capacity: Gehl 18.5 gpm (70 L) & 11.5 gal. (44 L) / vs. Bobcat 14.0 gpm (53 L) & 4.8 gal. (18 L) each – Advantage Gehl Breakout force: Mustang 5,000 lbs. vs. Bobcat 3,600 lbs. & 3,240 lbs. – Advantage Mustang Axle Torque: Mustang 5,800 lbs. vs. Bobcat 4,900 lbs. & 4,900 lbs. – Advantage Mustang Aux. pump flow and capacity: Mustang 18.5 gpm & 11.5 gal/ vs. Bobcat 14.0 gpm & 4.8 gal. each – Advantage Mustang

14 Gehl 4640E vs. Bobcat S-160 / S-175 Make Gehl Bobcat Model 4640E S160
PERFORMANCE  (Tier 4 Interim) (Tier 4 Interim) Rated operating load, standard (kg) 748 726 794 Operating load w/optional counterweight (kg) 816 INA Tipping load, standard (kg) 1497 1452 1849 Height to bucket pin (mm) 2930 2910 3000 Dump bucket discharge (mm) 2270 2200 2310 Dump max height (mm) 700 460 750 Max dump angle at full height (deg) 42 44 Bucket breakout force (kN) 20.24 16.01 14.41 Bucket rollback at ground level (deg) 24 25 Arm lifting force (kN) 16.95 19.35 15.12 Lift arm geometry Radial Vertical lift ENGINE Engine make Deutz Kubota Engine model TD2009 V2607-DI-TE3B V2403-M-DI-E3 No of cylinders 4 Displacement (L) 2.3 2.6 2.4 Net power (kW) 46.20 43.3 34.4 Rated speed (rpm) 2600 Maximum torque (N-m) 200.7 Both radial lift booms so fewer pivot points than vertical lift machines – no advantage Machine width over tires: Mustang 52.5” vs. Bobcat 58.7” – advantage? Unit can be used in tighter area i.e. ‘zero lot line’ houses – Advantage Mustang

15 Gehl 4640E vs. Bobcat S-160 / S 175 DRIVE TRAIN Gehl 4640E Bobcat S160
Max travel speed, standard (km/h) 12.4 11.8 Max travel speed, optional (km/h) INA Tire size Max axle torque (N-m) 6870 6644 HYDRAULICS Standard pump flow (lpm) 72 64 Optional pump flow (lpm) 114 100 Hydraulic pressure (bar) 189.6 227.5 Self leveling bucket Std. Opt DIMENSIONS Reference bucket capacity (L) 396 Overall length w/bucket (mm) 3120 3310 Width over tires (mm) 1570 1680 Reference bucket width (mm) 1730 Height to top of ROPS (mm) 1980 1940 Ground clearance (mm) 191 Rear angle of departure (deg) 25 23 Wheelbase (mm) 950 1030 Fuel tank (L) 57 91 Hydraulic tank refill/system total (L) 45 18/32 Operating weight (kg) 2812 2706 2821 Both radial lift booms so fewer pivot points than vertical lift machines – no advantage Machine width over tires: Mustang 52.5” vs. Bobcat 58.7” – advantage? Unit can be used in tighter area i.e. ‘zero lot line’ houses – Advantage Mustang

16 Gehl 5240 vs. Bobcat S-185 Breakout Force: Gehl 5,820 lbs. (25.89 kN) vs. Bobcat 3,600 lbs. (16.06 kN). Do the math – Advantage Gehl Height to Hinge Pin: Gehl 119” (3023 mm) vs. Bobcat 118.2” (3000 mm) (on a vertical lift boom) – Advantage Gehl Axle Torque: Gehl 6,414 ft. lbs. (8677 N-m) vs. Bobcat 4,700 ft. lbs. (6372 N-m). – Advantage Gehl Breakout Force: Mustang 5,820 lbs. vs. Bobcat 3,600 lbs. – Advantage Mustang Bobcat reservoir is only 4.8 gallons of hydraulic fluid in “plastic tank” above the engine - HEAT?? Height to Hinge Pin: Mustang 123” vs. Bobcat 118.2” (on a vertical lift boom) – Advantage Mustang Axle Torque: Mustang 6,414 ft. lbs. vs. Bobcat 4,700 ft. lbs. – Advantage Mustang Why is everyone afraid of the S-185?

17 Gehl Advantages - Bobcat Weaknesses
Compare Gehl 5240E to S185 Gehl Advantages: 1. 1,900 lbs. (709 kg) lift - Bobcat 1,850 lbs. (690 kg) 2. 2,050 lbs. (765 kg) lift w/wt. kit - Bobcat 1,950 lbs. (728 kg) 3. More engine Horsepower - 62 vs. 61 HP (46 vs. 45 kW) 4. Faster ground speed vs. 7.0 mph (13 vs. 11 km/h) 5. Two-speed option – 12.0 vs mph (19.3 vs km/h) 6. Higher Aux. Hyd. flow -19 vs gpm (72 vs. 63 L/min) 7. Shorter length vs. 130 in. (3200 vs mm) 8. Longer wheelbase vs in. (1454 vs mm) 9. Optional tires (Not Available on S185) 10. Hydraulic leveling– Standard (Optional cost on S185)

18 794 to <998 kg standard operating load
Gehl vs. S 205 794 to <998 kg standard operating load GEHL BOBCAT 5240E 5640E S 205 862 / 930 998 930 1724 1996 2019 3066 3124 3002 2273 2375 2310 635 833 753 40 42 18.6 26.2 np 27 30 25 17.1 18.7 3.5 4.5 No Yes Deutz Yanmar Kubota TD2009 4TNV98T V2607 4 2.294 3.3 2.6 47 62.6 45.5 2500 2700 Interim IV Tier III Tier IV 12.3 13 11.8 20 19.8 , or 12 – 16.5 MODEL PERFORMANCE Rated operating load, standard *** kg Tipping load, standard Height to Bucket Pin mm Dump Height at bucket discharge Reach at max. dump height Max dump angle a full height Bucket Breakout Force kN Bucket ground level Arm lifting force Loader raise time sec Vertical lift geometry ENGINE Engine manufacturer Engine model Cylinders Displacement ltr Net Power kW Rated speed rpm Emission Rating DRIVE TRAIN Max travel speed, standard kph Max travel speed, optional Tire Size

19 794 to <998 kg standard operating load
Gehl vs S 205 794 to <998 kg standard operating load GEHL BOBCAT 5240E 5640E S 205 HYDRAULICS Standard Pump Flow lt/min Optional High Flow Hydraulic Pressure bar DIMENSIONS Reference bucket capacity Overall Length w/Bucket mm Length less bucket Width over tires Reference bucket width Height to ROPS Ground clearance Rear angle of departure Wheelbase, Std. Fuel tank ltr Hydraulic tank refill Operating Weight kg 72 87 64 114 136 100 190 207 228 0.43 0.46 np 3208 3327 3310 2370 2426 2588 1575 1702 1676 1562 1778 1727 1981 2057 1938 158 203 23 26 1054 1080 1030 60.6 91 45 60 3112 3347 3023

20 Gehl 5640E vs. Bobcat S-220K Dump Reach: Gehl 28” (840 mm) vs. Bobcat 21.7” (550 mm) – Advantage - Gehl Axle Torque: Gehl - 6,414 ft. lbs. (8677 N-m) vs. Bobcat 5,957 ft. lbs. (8077 N-m) – Advantage Gehl Gehl 19 aux. gpm (72 L) w/18 gal. (68 L) hydraulic reservoir vs. Bobcat 20.7 aux. gpm (75 L) 4.7 (18 L) gallon reservoir – or 73.8% less hydraulic oil – Advantage Gehl Controls: Gehl exclusive T-Bar factory options vs. Bobcat hand/foot or Joystick – Advantage? Advantage - Gehl Dump Reach: Mustang 28” vs. Bobcat 21.7” – Advantage Mustang Axle Torque: Mustang 6,414 ft. lbs. vs. Bobcat 5,957 ft. lbs. – Advantage Mustang Mustang 21.5 aux. gpm w/18 gal. hydraulic reservoir vs. Bobcat 20.7 aux. gpm 4.7 gallon reservoir; Consider High Flow on 40.5 gpm and only a 4.7 gallon hydraulic reservoir. – Advantage Mustang Controls: Mustang multiple factory options vs. Bobcat “Selectable Joystick Control” – Advantage? You can select on the go w/ Bobcat – Advantage Bobcat

21 Gehl 6640E vs. S-250 Bobcat Height to Hinge Pin: Gehl 123” (3120 mm) vs. Bobcat 126.4” (3270 mm) – Advantage Bobcat Gehl 21.5 aux. gpm (81 L) w/ 18 gal. (68 L) reservoir vs. Bobcat 20.7 gpm (75 L) w/ 4.7 gal (18 L) reservoir % less hydraulic oil – Advantage Gehl Self-leveling Bucket: Mustang - Standard vs. Bobcat Optional – Advantage Gehl Height to Hinge Pin: Mustang 123” vs. Bobcat 126.4” – Advantage Bobcat Mustang 21.5 aux. gpm w/ 18 gal. reservoir vs. Bobcat 20.7 gpm w/ 13 gal reservoir – Advantage Mustang Self-leveling Bucket: Mustang - Standard vs. Bobcat Optional – Advantage Mustang Should we be afraid of this unit?

22 Gehl Advantages Compare 6640E to S300 Competitive Lift Capacity
Higher Engine HP Faster Ground Speed. Higher Auxiliary Hydraulic Flow Greater Reach Higher Torque Optional tires Available Standard Hydraulic Leveling Compare 6640E to S300 Gehl within 100 lbs. of lift cap. w/ counterweight/bumper kit Slightly more engine HP, and higher torque – Gehl Adv. Faster ground speed – Gehl Adv. Higher Aux. Hydr. flow – Gehl Adv. Actually slight more reach in Gehl despite S300 has vertical lift- Adv. Higher torque – Gehl Adv. Optional tires – Gehl Adv. Hydraulic leveling– Std.– Gehl Adv.

23 Gehl Advantages - Bobcat Weaknesses
S650 M-Series S300 K-Series Rated operating capacity standard (kg.) 1,225 1,220 1,361 Higher Capacity Than S650 Operating capacity / counterweight (kg) 1,288 1,406 Height to bucket pin (mm) 3310 3149 3270 More Bucket Pin Height Than S650 Net power (kW) 62.6 55.4 58 More Power Than S650 Max. travel speed, standard (km/h) 11.9 11.4 11.6 Higher Travel Speed Max. axle torque (Nm) 8,680 8,077 7% More Axle Torque Standard pump flow (L/min) 82.5 87.1 78.0 More Hydraulic Flow Than S300 Width over tires (mm) 1765 1830 10% Narrower Construction Rear angle of departure (deg.) 27.2 25 9% More Rear Departure Wheelbase (mm) 1265 1151 1230 To 9% Longer Wheelbase Hydraulic tank refill/system total (L) 42 / 68 INA 18 / 49 To 38% More Hydraulic Capacity

24 Bobcat Weaknesses vs. Gehl Advantages
Bobcat “K” Series Hydraulic fan system that is auto-speed adjustable - still takes power, adds another filter and maintenance, and is NOISY! Acoustic material for lowered noise levels to operator – even with added material, noise is louder than comparable Gehl units – 5240E w/ cab – 81 dba S 185 w/ cab – 82 dba

25 Bobcat Weaknesses-Gehl Advantages
BOBCAT S   Bobcat Engines – Low bid engines Kubota- 700 series S net hp (34 kW) vs. 62 HP 20%% more hp is very significant in digging machines S160 is turbo charged for 56 net hp (42 kW) vs. 62 HP Transverse Engine (must use belt drive) Alternator and Water Pump on blind side of engine Must remove engine to R&R Serpentine belt adjustment – 250 hours – Need special tool ($500?) Is special tool included in quoted price? Clean radiator and cooler – Dirt falls on engine and battery – Reduces battery life Bobcat designed for manufacturing ease, not service or maintenance ease Tilt ROPS – 2 bolts to remove, hangs overhead More difficult to R&R pumps than rear tilt on Gehl Must remove engine or remove ROPS and hydraulic tank to R & R Hydraulic components Cheaper to manufacture with Single chain tank (pull axles to R&R chains or break chain and use a master link) No means to adjust chains (pre-stress chains mean pre-worn-out) Self tapping bolts

26 Bobcat Weaknesses-Gehl Advantages
BOBCAT Series Hydraulic System Plastic, non pressurized hydraulic reservoir Non-pressurized system Small coolers and radiators  Loader Frame (conventional loader – S Loader arms flex in corner loading-fatigue around single dump cylinders Loader arms are not against the chassis to absorb shock loads ( loader cross member contacts the chassis behind the single dump cylinder, this still allows the arms to flex and crack around the cross member)  Loader Frame (Vertical lift – S175 – S185 Most vulnerable tipping point and maximum height at top of lift height Lift cylinder in rear vs. front on Case which has greater leverage Long distance from cylinder to bucket causes early fatigue in arms cracks usually show up after about 800 hours right in front of the cylinder Loader Frame (conventional loader S110, 130, 150, 160) Loader arms are not against the chassis to absorb shock loads ( loader cross member contacts the chassis behind the single dump cylinder, this still allows the arms to flex and crack around the cross member) Loader Frame (Vertical lift – (S250- S300)

27 Model Match-ups – Bobcat - Gehl

28 SELLING GEHL SKID LOADERS AGAINST THE COMPETITION
Gehl vs. Cat

29 Cat as Competition Caterpillar Recognition Customer Perception
High Pressure Sales Reps Cat Attachments Cat Rental Store The Cat name is synonymous with construction machinery and is the giant in the construction machinery business. They are often perceived as a “better machine because of the name”. You must be careful to compare apples to apples. Cat salespeople are typically pretty forceful. In many trade areas, they only sell and rent through Cat Rental locations. They push “Cat” product very well. Cat Finance often tricks customers in to long term commitments. They promote a wide variety of Cat-branded attachments

30 Cat Strengths Name Recognition Compact & Construction Sales
Aggressive Dealer Network Cat Engines (Mitsubishi & Perkins) Joystick Controls Strong brand name recognition. Full line of skid loaders and track loaders with full line leader of construction products. Market share is growing, est. at 14%. Dedicated dealer network, with strong market penetration. Aggressive marketing/advertising. Dealers have strong service support. Promote all-Cat product-engines, support/parts at their dealer locations. Promote joystick control system (no other options

31 Cat Weaknesses “Big Iron” Dealers Poor Side-By-Side Comparison
Anti-Stall Expensive Service Rates Ease of Operation Dealers are not accustomed to dealing with skid loader/track loader type customers. (Experienced in selling big iron, salesmen have elephant mentality.) Although they strongly market their skid loaders, side-by-side comparisons and demonstrations show their weaknesses. Units set high up off ground, you almost feel unstable. They promote anti-stall feature, but really causes machines to perform poorly and lacks power. This feature will actually slow down an experienced operator. Trying to sell more in rural areas where they are not experienced. High service call charges. Confined operator area, less comfortable – restricted movement.

32 To Sell Against Cat Establish Gehl as the heavy-duty, strong, powerful machine. You can get more done in a day with the Gehl, compare performance specifications. SELL INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY. Higher productivity with less operating cost. SELL PROFITABILITY Question Cat aftermarket service costs, repair charges, trucking charges, availability to obtain units when loader is down, distances to Cat sales/service locations. SELL GEHL’S DURABILITY Explain and show customer operator comfort and advantages of the Gehl ROPS cab, controls. SELL COMFORTABILITY AND SAFETY, REMEMBER, CAT IS DEFINITELY NOT FOR BIGGER-THAN-AVERAGE-SIZE OPERATIONS – MORE COMFORT AND SPACE IN GEHL Show our fine T-Bar control operation. SELL GEHL’S CUSTOMIZATION!

33 To Sell Against Cat Point out the “FREE” options Higher Productivity
Control Patterns Nitro-Coated Cylinder Rods Hydraulic Self-Leveling Tier II ROPS Higher Productivity T-Bar Control Superior Operator Comfort Ease of Operation ROPS Cab Lower Initial Investment Lower Operating Cost Lower Aftermarket Parts Pricing Lower Labor Gehl Dealer Proximity of Gehl Dealer To Sell Against Cat Establish Gehl as a strong, powerful, operator-friendly skid steer loaders. Point out the “FREE” options like various control patterns, nitro-coated cylinder rods, hydraulic self-leveling and tier II ROPS. Extra cost with Cat. You can get more done in a day with the Gehl, compare performance specifications. Higher productivity with less operating cost. Gehl will be a lower up front cost, no proprietary components and service rates are typically lower in all market places. Question Cat aftermarket service costs, repair charges, trucking charges, availability to obtain units when loader is down, distances to Cat sales/service locations. Explain and show customer operator comfort and advantages of the Gehl ROPS cab, controls. Show our fine T-Bar control operation.

34 Gehl Advantages-Cat Weaknesses
CAT 216/226/236/ /248 High-Flow Models Bucket & Loader Arms Poor visibility to Coupler Limited visibility during dump and spread operations (Loader Cross Tube) Loader Stops are at the top of loader cross tube (allows flexing during digging operations) Bucket & Loader cylinders will collapse during digging Hydraulics/Hydrostatics No High-Flow 216/226 Small Hydraulic Oil Cooler Hydraulic drive radiator fan Complex Pilot Operated System Complex Hose Routing Small Plastic Hydraulic Reservoir (Good Winter/Bad Summer) Operators compartment Difficult to see cutting edge Very Limited visibility to rear (due to high mounted coolers) R.H. Lever for Loader Functions L.H. Lever for Ground Drive Functions All Pilot Control ++ No Self Leveling Engine 189 cu.in. (3.1 2,600 RPM vs. Yanmar or Deutz engines -3.3 L or 2.2 L Small one-piece Side-by-Side Radiator & Hydraulic Cooler - 1/3 Cap. of Gehl Coolers 9-gallon plastic reservoir - Smaller - Does not dissipate heat (it is pressurized) No Automatic belt tensioner Conventional Water Pump $$$ Dry Sleeved Engine $$$ Gehl’s Advantages: Slight lift advantage w/ opt. bumper-counterweight - (2,050 vs. 2,047 lbs.) Slightly more dump height, despite vertical lift - (89.5 vs. 88 in.) More engine HP – (60 vs. 57 hp) Faster ground speed - (8.1 vs. 7.4 mph) Two speed option– Not avail.-242B Higher Aux. Hydr. flow – (19 vs gpm) Higher ground clearance – (7.5 vs. 7 in.) Higher bucket breakout – (4,550 vs. 4,059) Shorter length – (126 vs. 135 in.) Optional tires - Not avail. on 242B Hydraulic leveling– Std. (Opt.- $520)

35 Gehl Advantages-Cat Weaknesses
CAT 216/226/236/ / 248 High-Flow Models Serviceability 2 Bolts to remove to tilt ROPS – requires back-up wrench and is difficult to reinstall bolts To add engine oil Open rear access door Open top door Open & Raise coolers Use flexible funnel Cooling System Radiator Hose too close to exhaust head Radiator recover bottle mounted low on frame (question siphon ability) Difficult to add fluid to radiator if needed Battery in the Engine compartment ; subject to heat, dirt and dripping oil from hydraulic filter Air Filter difficult to Service due to location (Restriction indicator under radiator) Hydraulics/Hydrostatics Gear Pump for standard Equipment Piston pump for High-Flow Systems 228/248 Small higher pressure – Bucket breakout force will collapse lift cylinders No Ride Control No Hydraulic Coupler Frame One of tallest units in industry Seven Bolts each side to hold upper frame to lower chassis Chain tank and axle design similar as Gehl Gehl’s Advantages: Slight lift advantage w/ opt. bumper-counterweight - (2,050 vs. 2,047 lbs.) Slightly more dump height, despite vertical lift - (89.5 vs. 88 in.) More engine HP – (60 vs. 57 hp) Faster ground speed - (8.1 vs. 7.4 mph) Two speed option– Not avail.-242B Higher Aux. Hydr. flow – (19 vs gpm) Higher ground clearance – (7.5 vs. 7 in.) Higher bucket breakout – (4,550 vs. 4,059) Shorter length – (126 vs. 135 in.) Optional tires - Not avail. on 242B Hydraulic leveling– Std. (Opt.- $520)

36 Gehl Advantages-Cat Weaknesses
CAT 216/226/236/ /248 High-Flow Models Visibility Not very good to Right or Left Rear, to curb line or to the back of the bucket or coupler High position of operator still does not provide good visibility to rear due to high radiator Ride Short wheel base and high operator position give choppy ride Touchy controls multiply the effects of the choppy ride Pilot Controls/Excavator Style with Anti-Stall Very sensitive levers reduce control and feel of the machine No Resistance in the levers cause unintentional lever movement L.H. Ground Drive (forward, reverse, and turn right and left) R.H. Loader & Bucket Control (similar to typical loader control) ***Ground Drive stops (Anti Stall) just when power is needed Difficult to control tire spin due to anti-stall feature and not being able to see the tires Gehl’s Advantages: Slight lift advantage w/ opt. bumper-counterweight - (2,050 vs. 2,047 lbs.) Slightly more dump height, despite vertical lift - (89.5 vs. 88 in.) More engine HP – (60 vs. 57 hp) Faster ground speed - (8.1 vs. 7.4 mph) Two speed option– Not avail.-242B Higher Aux. Hydr. flow – (19 vs gpm) Higher ground clearance – (7.5 vs. 7 in.) Higher bucket breakout – (4,550 vs. 4,059) Shorter length – (126 vs. 135 in.) Optional tires - Not avail. on 242B Hydraulic leveling– Std. (Opt.- $520)

37 Gehl Advantages-Cat Weaknesses
CAT POINTERS - SKID LOADERS - 262C vs. 6640E / V270 Entrance Cab – narrow, small foot pads, entry into cab step down into operator’s area. - CAT has great visibility sides along with FOPS window. Cat only provides for Level I ROPS, while we provide Level II also as standard. Controls - E/H- Electro-hydraulic joystick Adjustable arm rests, sliding for and aft for comfort. Single lever adjustment. - Cat requires optional control handles when proportional aux. is requested at extra customer cost. Our joysticks include proportional control as standard. - Cat charges $968 for optional ride control. We provide it standard with joystick controls. An electric current actuating a hydraulic flow - reduces sensitivity; responsiveness; feel. Controls feel heavy, unable to control them in cutting straight line. - Even when moving your hands lower control is?? - However it does offer operator the selection from joystick to case style (or ISO to H Pattern) Note the H-pattern is a field-option for ordering and pricing is approx. $700 to dealer to make a programming change. - Cat features an “Anti-stall” system in their hydraulic drive that prevents the engine from stalling, but, also means less power delivered to the drive system and poor ability to lug. S ystem is fixed and cannot be turned off by operator. CAT-“vertical lift use short loader arms links and spherical bearing to evenly transfer loads through out the lift.” Radial lift arms utilize fewer pins and bushings, less maintenance points, which can allow for more side to side motion. - Pick and place vs. radial arm each has advantages but Radial arm lift is designed for dirt / digging operations vs. lift and place. Lighter pins and bushings on the CAT. Gehl’s Advantages: Slight lift advantage w/ opt. bumper-counterweight - (2,050 vs. 2,047 lbs.) Slightly more dump height, despite vertical lift - (89.5 vs. 88 in.) More engine HP – (60 vs. 57 hp) Faster ground speed - (8.1 vs. 7.4 mph) Two speed option– Not avail.-242B Higher Aux. Hydr. flow – (19 vs gpm) Higher ground clearance – (7.5 vs. 7 in.) Higher bucket breakout – (4,550 vs. 4,059) Shorter length – (126 vs. 135 in.) Optional tires - Not avail. on 242B Hydraulic leveling– Std. (Opt.- $520)

38 Gehl Advantages-Cat Weaknesses
CAT POINTERS - SKID LOADERS - 262C vs. 6640E / V270 Bucket / loader arm pinch points Build up of material from spillage. Eventually taking out the pins.//Point out size vs. ours. Ground Clearance – Cat-8.8” (224 mm) vs. Gehl 6640E -9.1” (231 mm), 7.9” (201 mm) advantage - wash. Cat has ‘light-duty’ axles – 2.2” (56 mm) vs. 2.6” (66 mm). Electronics - Cat’s color-coded and numbered electrical wires exposed to elements vs. “HARD WIRED” - Mass of wires attach to rear of cab-operator section – Will be very difficult to trouble-shoot and extensive labor whenever electrical problems surface. Hydraulic Oil Reservoir - Plastic tank behind the operator, limited capacity 11 gallons (42 L) vs. 6 gallons (61 L) in “baffled steel oil tank in rear tower. - Huge advantage to ours for reduction of air bubbles / Cavitation / as well as over heating attachments. Serviceability - Similar / two bolt system/ Cat’s is “pressurized cab” [first in industry] Key option is “air ride seat. Air seat is a $299 factory option over suspension seat. Very similar-Cat’s is extremely clean with huge cluster toward engine area. Advanced Machine information and Control System.(AMICS)- selectable “pattern controls” ISO/ “H” pattern. (flip of switch) AMICS is advanced monitoring of the unit which includes two-speed drive and self-leveling for a $3,660 premium. Changing to H pattern is optional as noted earlier. Enables- Selectable work Speed controls (creeper speed) to match the implement performance. Selectable implement hydraulic flow; Service mode for technicians to check service codes and status of components. Electronic Torque Management = Maximizes power to ground / prevents engine from stalling in tough digging applications; allows for partial throttle operation for reduced fuel consumption. Gehl’s Advantages: Slight lift advantage w/ opt. bumper-counterweight - (2,050 vs. 2,047 lbs.) Slightly more dump height, despite vertical lift - (89.5 vs. 88 in.) More engine HP – (60 vs. 57 hp) Faster ground speed - (8.1 vs. 7.4 mph) Two speed option– Not avail.-242B Higher Aux. Hydr. flow – (19 vs gpm) Higher ground clearance – (7.5 vs. 7 in.) Higher bucket breakout – (4,550 vs. 4,059) Shorter length – (126 vs. 135 in.) Optional tires - Not avail. on 242B Hydraulic leveling– Std. (Opt.- $520)

39 Model Match-ups – Cat - Gehl

40 Gehl 4240E vs Cat 216 B2 / 226B2 Gehl 46 HP (34 kW) vs. Cat 47 or 57 HP (35 or 42 kW) – Advantage Cat for slight HP, Gehl but more compact chassis and less overall weight for higher performance Gehl 1,475 lb. (669 kg) Lift capacity w/ counterweight vs. Cat 216B at 1,400 lb. (635 kg) or 226B at 1,500 lb.(680 kg) – Advantage Gehl overall Machine width over tires: Gehl 52.5” (1350 mm) vs. Cat 58.7” (1520 mm), and length- Gehl (2950 mm) vs. Bobcat (3220 mm) – Unit can be used in tighter areas, smaller, narrow applications – Advantage Gehl Both radial lift booms so fewer pivot points than vertical lift machines – no advantage Machine width over tires: Mustang 52.5” vs. Bobcat 58.7” – advantage? Unit can be used in tighter area i.e. ‘zero lot line’ houses – Advantage Mustang

41 Gehl 4240E vs. Cat 216 B2 / 226 B2 Make Gehl Caterpillar Model 4240E
216B Series 2 226B Series 2 PERFORMANCE Rated operating load, standard (kg) 612 635 680 Operating load w/optional counterweight (kg) 669 726 Tipping load, standard (kg) 1225 1270 1361 Height to bucket pin (mm) 2790 2840 Dump bucket discharge (mm) 2200 2160 Dump max height (mm) 570 510 Max dump angle at full height (deg) 42 40 Bucket breakout force (kN) 13.19 18.16 Bucket rollback at ground level (deg) 29 INA Arm lifting force (kN) 11.38 Lift arm geometry Radial ENGINE Engine make Yanmar Cat Engine model 4TNV88 C2.2 C2.2 T No of cylinders 4 Displacement (L) 2.2 Net power (kW) 34.3 35.0 41.8 Rated speed (rpm) 2600 Maximum torque (N-m) Both radial lift booms so fewer pivot points than vertical lift machines – no advantage Machine width over tires: Mustang 52.5” vs. Bobcat 58.7” – advantage? Unit can be used in tighter area i.e. ‘zero lot line’ houses – Advantage Mustang

42 Gehl 4240E vs. Cat 216 B2 / 226 B2 HYDRAULICS Gehl 4240E Cat 216 B2
Standard pump flow (lpm) 62 59 Optional pump flow (lpm) INA 98 Hydraulic pressure (bar) 189.6 229.9 Self leveling bucket Opt OPT DIMENSIONS Reference bucket capacity (L) 331 Overall length w/bucket (mm) 2950 3230 Width over tires (mm) 1350 1520 Reference bucket width (mm) 1540 Height to top of ROPS (mm) 1830 1960 Ground clearance (mm) 211 203 Rear angle of departure (deg) 29 26 Wheelbase (mm) 930 990 Fuel tank (L) 47 58 Hydraulic tank refill/system total (L) 30/44 35/55 Operating weight (kg) 2087 2544 2641 Both radial lift booms so fewer pivot points than vertical lift machines – no advantage Machine width over tires: Mustang 52.5” vs. Bobcat 58.7” – advantage? Unit can be used in tighter area i.e. ‘zero lot line’ houses – Advantage Mustang

43 Gehl Advantages-Cat Weaknesses
Compare 5240 to 242B Gehl’s Advantages: Greater Lifting Capacity Greater Dump Height Higher Engine HP Faster Ground Speed Optional Two-speed Available Higher Auxiliary Hydraulic Flow Higher Ground Clearance Higher Bucket Breakout Shorter Overall Length Optional Tires Available Standard Hydraulic Leveling Gehl’s Advantages: Slight lift advantage w/ opt. bumper-counterweight - (2,050 vs. 2,047 lbs.) Slightly more dump height, despite vertical lift - (89.5 vs. 88 in.) More engine HP – (60 vs. 57 hp) Faster ground speed - (8.1 vs. 7.4 mph) Two speed option– Not avail.-242B Higher Aux. Hydr. flow – (19 vs gpm) Higher ground clearance – (7.5 vs. 7 in.) Higher bucket breakout – (4,550 vs. 4,059) Shorter length – (126 vs. 135 in.) Optional tires - Not avail. on 242B Hydraulic leveling– Std. (Opt.- $520)

44 Caterpillar (Perkins)
Gehl vs. 256C GEHL 5640E 998 / 1134 1996 3124 2375 833 40 26.2 30 18.7 4.5 No Yanmar 4TNV98T np 3.3 62.6 2500 Tier III 13 19.8 GEHL 6640E 1179 2359 3157 2408 863 40 26.2 30 21.6 4.5 No Yanmar 4TNV98T 4 3.3 62.6 2500 Tier III 13.8 21.1 CATERPILLAR 256 C 1066 2132 3122 2425 600 40 np No Caterpillar (Perkins) C3.4 DIT 3.3 61 Tier 3 12.5 MANUFACTURER MODEL PERFORMANCE Rated operating load, standard *** kg Tipping load, standard Height to Bucket Pin mm Dump Height at bucket discharge Reach at max. dump height Max dump angle a full height Bucket Breakout Force kN Bucket ground level Arm lifting force Loader raise time sec Vertical lift geometry ENGINE Engine manufacturer Engine model Cylinders Displacement ltr Net Power kW Rated speed rpm Emission Rating DRIVE TRAIN Max travel speed, standard kph Max travel speed, optional Tire Size Gehl’s Advantages: Slight lift advantage w/ opt. bumper-counterweight - (2,050 vs. 2,047 lbs.) Slightly more dump height, despite vertical lift - (89.5 vs. 88 in.) More engine HP – (60 vs. 57 hp) Faster ground speed - (8.1 vs. 7.4 mph) Two speed option– Not avail.-242B Higher Aux. Hydr. flow – (19 vs gpm) Higher ground clearance – (7.5 vs. 7 in.) Higher bucket breakout – (4,550 vs. 4,059) Shorter length – (126 vs. 135 in.) Optional tires - Not avail. on 242B Hydraulic leveling– Std. (Opt.- $520)

45 Gehl vs. 256C GEHL 5640E GEHL CATERPILLAR 6640E 256 C 87 84 136 125
HYDRAULICS Standard Pump Flow lt/min Optional High Flow Hydraulic Pressure bar DIMENSIONS Reference bucket capacity Overall Length w/Bucket mm Length less bucket Width over tires Reference bucket width Height to ROPS Ground clearance Rear angle of departure Wheelbase, Std. Fuel tank ltr Hydraulic tank refill Operating Weight kg 87 84 136 125 207 230 0.46 np 3327 3594 3692 2426 2565 2979 1702 1841 1676 1778 1880 2057 2082 2104 203 231 255 26 29 1080 1219 1240 72 91 98 60 42 3347 3538 3477 Gehl’s Advantages: Slight lift advantage w/ opt. bumper-counterweight - (2,050 vs. 2,047 lbs.) Slightly more dump height, despite vertical lift - (89.5 vs. 88 in.) More engine HP – (60 vs. 57 hp) Faster ground speed - (8.1 vs. 7.4 mph) Two speed option– Not avail.-242B Higher Aux. Hydr. flow – (19 vs gpm) Higher ground clearance – (7.5 vs. 7 in.) Higher bucket breakout – (4,550 vs. 4,059) Shorter length – (126 vs. 135 in.) Optional tires - Not avail. on 242B Hydraulic leveling– Std. (Opt.- $520)

46 Gehl Advantages Compare 6640 / V 270 to 262C Greater Lifting Capacity
Higher Engine HP Faster Two-Speed Option Faster Travel Speed. Higher Auxiliary Hydraulic Flow Higher Ground Clearance. Greater Bucket Breakout. Optional Tires Available Standard Hydraulic Leveling Compare 6640 to 262B/268B Lift advantage w/ opt. bumper-counterweight – Gehl Adv. Within .2 inches of dump height, despite vertical lift – Cat Adv. More engine HP at slower engine speed- better fuel econ.– Gehl Adv. Faster ground speed – Gehl Adv. Faster two speed option– Gehl Adv. Higher Aux. Hydr. flow – Gehl Adv. Higher ground clearance– Gehl Adv. Higher bucket breakout– Gehl Adv. Optional tires – Gehl Adv. Hydraulic leveling– Std.– Gehl Adv.

47 Model Match-ups – Cat - Gehl

48 SELLING GEHL SKID LOADERS AGAINST THE COMPETITION
Gehl vs. Hyundai

49 Model Match-ups – Hyundai - Gehl

50 Gehl vs. Hyundai HSL A

51 794 to <998 kg standard operating load
GEHL 4240E & 4640E VS. HYUNDAI 650 – 7 A 794 to <998 kg standard operating load Make Gehl Hyundai Model 4240E HSL 650 – 7 A 4640E PERFORMANCE Rated operating load, standard (kg) 612 650 748 Operating load w/optional counterweight (kg) 669 N/A 816 Tipping load, standard (kg) 1225 1310 1497 Height to bucket pin (mm) 2794 2920 2934 Dump bucket discharge (mm) 2146 2240 2273 Dump max height (mm) 574 550 701 Max dump angle at full height (deg) 42 45 40 Bucket breakout force (kN) 12.4 INA 20.2 Bucket rollback at ground level (deg) 29 27 Arm lifting force (kN) 10.9 16.9 Lift arm geometry Radial ENGINE Engine make Yanmar Kubota Deutz Engine model 4TNV88 V 2403 TD 2009 No of cylinders 4 Displacement (L) 2.2 2.3 Net power (kW) 34 44 46 Rated speed (rpm) 2600 2300 2500 Maximum torque (N-m) 145 200 DRIVE TRAIN Max travel speed, standard (km/h) 10.3 11 12 Max travel speed, optional (km/h) 20 Tire size 10.00x16.5 10.00 x 16.5 10 or 12.00

52 794 to <998 kg standard operating load
GEHL 4240E & 4640E VS. HYUNDAI 650 – 7 A 794 to <998 kg standard operating load Make Gehl Hyundai 4240E HSL A 4640E HYDRAULICS Standard pump flow (lpm) 62 66.3 72 Optional pump flow (lpm) N/A INA 114 Hydraulic pressure (bar) 190 175 Self leveling bucket Opt. Std. DIMENSIONS Reference bucket capacity (L) 0.33 0.31 0.43 Overall length w/bucket (mm) 2952 3270 3119 Width over tires (mm) 1334 1515 1516 Reference bucket width (mm) 1539 1625 1524 Height to top of ROPS (mm) 1826 1965 1981 Ground clearance (mm) 211 183 158 Rear angle of departure (deg) 29 28 23 Wheelbase (mm) 932 990 953 Fuel tank (L) 47 60 64 Hydraulic tank refill/system total (L) 30 38 45 Operating weight (kg) 2087 2,690 2914

53 Gehl vs. Hyundai HSL 850 – 7A

54 794 to <998 kg standard operating load
Gehl 5240E vs. Hyundai HSL A 794 to <998 kg standard operating load Make Gehl Hyundai Model 5240E HSL 850 – 7 A PERFORMANCE Rated operating load, standard (kg) 862 860 Operating load w/optional counterweight (kg) 930 INA Tipping load, standard (kg) 1724 1718 Height to bucket pin (mm) 3066 3080 Dump bucket discharge (mm) 2286 2410 Dump max height (mm) 587 510 Max dump angle at full height (deg) 40 45 Bucket breakout force (kN) 18.6 Bucket rollback at ground level (deg) 27 Arm lifting force (kN) 17 Lift arm geometry Radial ENGINE Engine make Deutz Kubota Engine model TD 2009 L4 V3307 No of cylinders 4 Displacement (L) 2.3 3.3 Net power (kW) 46.2 53.5 Rated speed (rpm) 2500 2400 Maximum torque (N-m) 200 DRIVE TRAIN Max travel speed, standard (km/h) 12.3 11.4 Max travel speed, optional (km/h) 20 N/A Tire size 10.00x16.5

55 5240E vs. Hyundai HSL A Make Gehl Hyundai Model 5240E HSL 850 – 7 A HYDRAULICS Standard pump flow (lpm) 72 63.9 Optional pump flow (lpm) 114 N/A Hydraulic pressure (bar) 189.6 175 Self leveling bucket Std Opt. DIMENSIONS Reference bucket capacity (L) 0.43 0.37 Overall length w/bucket (mm) 3208 3470 Width over tires (mm) 1575 1830 Reference bucket width (mm) 1524 1894 Height to top of ROPS (mm) 1981 2000 Ground clearance (mm) 191 205 Rear angle of departure (deg) 25 28 Wheelbase (mm) 1067 1100 Fuel tank (L) 60 83 Hydraulic tank refill/system total (L) 45 57 Operating weight (kg) 3112 3393

56 Competition

57 SELLING GEHL SKID LOADERS AGAINST THE COMPETITION
Gehl vs. Terex Heman

58 Model Match-ups–Terex Heman / Gehl

59 Gehl vs. Terex Heman

60 726 to 794 kg standard operating load
Make Gehl Terex Heman Model 4640E 175 PERFORMANCE Rated operating load, standard (kg) 748 750 Operating load w/optional counterweight (kg) 816 N/A Tipping load, standard (kg) 1497 1500 Height to bucket pin (mm) 2934 3022 Dump bucket discharge (mm) 2273 2275 Dump max height (mm) 701 642 Max dump angle at full height (deg) 40 41.5 Bucket breakout force (kN) 20.2 18.8 Bucket rollback at ground level (deg) 27 28 Arm lifting force (kN) 16.9 14.4 Lift arm geometry Radial ENGINE Engine make Deutz Cummins Engine model TD 2009 B3.3C NA No of cylinders 4 Displacement (L) 2.3 3.3 Net power (kW) 46 48 Rated speed (rpm) 2500 2200 Maximum torque (N-m) 200 INA DRIVE TRAIN Max travel speed, standard (km/h) 12 Max travel speed, optional (km/h) 20 Tire size 10 or 12.00 10.00 x 16.5 GEHL 4640E VS. Terex Heman 175

61 726 to 794 kg standard operating load
GEHL 4640E VS. Terex Heman 175 726 to 794 kg standard operating load Make Gehl Terex Heman Model 4640E 175 HYDRAULICS Standard pump flow (lpm) 72 83 Optional pump flow (lpm) 114 N/A Hydraulic pressure (bar) 190 175 Self leveling bucket Std. Opt. DIMENSIONS Reference bucket capacity (L) 0.43 0.46 Overall length w/bucket (mm) 3119 3169 Width over tires (mm) 1516 1570 Reference bucket width (mm) 1524 1650 Height to top of ROPS (mm) 1981 2080 Ground clearance (mm) 158 210 Rear angle of departure (deg) 23 26 Wheelbase (mm) 953 1023 Fuel tank (L) 64 62 Hydraulic tank refill/system total (L) 45 75 Operating weight (kg) 2914 2,776

62 Gehl vs. JCB 170

63 613 to 726 kg Op. Load MANUFACTURER MODEL PERFORMANCE
MODEL PERFORMANCE Rated operating load, standard *** kg Tipping load, standard Height to Bucket Pin mm Dump Height at bucket discharge Reach at max. dump height Max dump angle a full height Bucket Breakout Force kN Bucket ground level Arm lifting force Loader raise time sec Vertical lift geometry ENGINE Engine manufacturer Engine model Cylinders Displacement ltr Net Power kW Rated speed rpm Emission Rating DRIVE TRAIN Max travel speed, standard kph Max travel speed, optional Tire Size GEHL JCB 4240E Robot 170 [HF] Series II w/Ctrwt 669 720 1225 1440 2794 2930 2146 2290 574 470 42 40 12.4 19.2 29 30 10.9 14 3.3 np No Yanmar Perkins 4TNV88 404D.22 4 2.19 2.2 34 37.3 2600 2800 Interim IV Stage IIIA / Tier 3 10.3 11 N/A

64 Gehl 4240E w/ ctr. wt. & JCB 170 613 to 726 kg Op. load
62 68 N/A 124 190 205 0.33 0.36 2952 3270 2314 np 1334 1520 1539 1580 1826 1940 211 29 28 932 1030 47 80 30.3 2087 2715 HYDRAULICS Standard Pump Flow lt/min Optional High Flow Hydraulic Pressure bar DIMENSIONS Reference bucket capacity Overall Length w/Bucket mm Length less bucket Width over tires Reference bucket width Height to ROPS Ground clearance Rear angle of departure Wheelbase, Std. Fuel tank ltr Hydraulic tank refill Operating Weight kg

65 Model Match-ups–JCB / Gehl

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