These skid loaders feature an all-new operator station with an integrated digital display, new load arm design with increased visibility, Tier IV engines and several serviceability enhancements. Worlds Largest Skid Loader! The V skid loader vertical-lift arm design was created for maximum reach, superior strength and optimal operator visibility.
Gehl 7810E Skid Steer Loader
Providing more reach at full lift height is optimal for applications that require loading and stacking at high heights. By keeping the load closer to the machine, lift capacities are increased over radial-lift models. Height to Hinge Pin - Fully Raised mm : The versatile Gehl Radial-Lift Skid Loaders are designed to meet the demanding needs of contractors, municipalities, landscapers, mining, dairies and agricultural operations. These skid loaders also excel in excavating, grading and digging below grade applications.
Due to the radial-lift path, the maximum reach is greater at the middle of the lift height. This is highly beneficial for loading flatbed trucks, backfilling or dumping over a wall. Design offers enhanced performance in excavating, grading and digging below grade applications.
Due to the radial lift path, the maximum reach is greater at the middle of the lift height. The Gehl radial-lift skid loaders provide excellent forward reach at the middle of the lift path. This provides excellent performance for loading flatbed trucks, backfilling or dumping over a wall. Add in the V, the world's largest skid loader, and you have a robust, vertical-lift product offering designed to meet the specific needs of each operation.
High-strength, low-profile design increases operator visibility and lifts loads in a true vertical path on the V and a nearly vertical path on the V GEN:2 and V GEN Increased visibility to the bucket cutting edge. A fully adjustable operator area provides customized comfort. Full-size skid loaders provide high performance and high tractive forces coupled with an impressive rated capacity of 4, lbs.
All rights reserved. A Manitou Group Brand. Dealer Login. R Series Skid Loaders These skid loaders feature an all-new operator station with an integrated digital display, new load arm design with increased visibility, Tier IV engines and several serviceability enhancements. Find a Dealer Request More Info. Vertical-Lift Skid Loaders Providing more reach at full lift height is optimal for applications that require loading and stacking at high heights.
Radial-Lift Vertical-Lift. Radial-Lift Skid Loaders The Next Revolution The versatile Gehl Radial-Lift Skid Loaders are designed to meet the demanding needs of contractors, municipalities, landscapers, mining, dairies and agricultural operations.
Operator got stuck in skid steer.
Radial-Lift Design offers enhanced performance in excavating, grading and digging below grade applications. Excellent Forward Reach The Gehl radial-lift skid loaders provide excellent forward reach at the middle of the lift path.But in this instance, "horse," "beast" and "grizzly bear" were compliments. Based on the machine's rated operating capacity of 3, pounds, the E is the largest skid-steer around except, of course, for its twin in the Mustang line, the model We thought this size distinction made the machine an interesting candidate for a Hands-On-Earthmoving evaluation.
Gehl's Kelly Moore, product manager for skid-steer and compact track loaders, and Lori Heidecker, marketing services manager, arranged the loan of the E. About the only option the E didn't have was high-flow hydraulics rated at 41 gpm. But with a standard auxiliary flow of up to 29 gpm, the machine had more than enough hydraulic horsepower to handle the work tools that accompanied it.
The E arrived with a inch power rake, an inch vibratory roller, an 8-foot dozer blade with powered angle and tilt functions and its big 1-cubic-yard bucket.
E-version refinement. Our introduction to Gehl's Series models actually goes back to latewhen CE conducted a field comparison between the then-new with a rated operating capacity of 3, pounds and the DXT, which, with a standard rated operating capacity of 2, pounds, had previously been the largest model in the Gehl line.
The big jump in capacity, explained Moore at the time, was to meet the demand of customers who needed a larger machine for handling taller trucks and heavier attachments. In the intervening years, says Moore, the big machine's market acceptance has exceeded Gehl's expectations. We also consider it a viable replacement for certain compact wheel loaders, especially if maneuverability, cycle speed and attachment performance are important.
And, it's considerably less expensive than wheel loaders having similar horsepower, capacity and lift height. The recently introduced E, compared with its predecessor, has gained some weight, now tipping the scale at 10, pounds. The weight gain, resulting principally from frame changes and from structural changes in the lift arm, gives the new model pounds more rated operating capacity and significantly more bucket breakout force — now rated at 8, pounds. The engine also has been changed.
But in a bit of a turnaround from the typical practice of increasing power in new models, the E actually has 15 less horsepower than its predecessor. The new hp Cummins B4. Customers were asking for Cummins power, says Moore, and the chosen engine allowed the E to delay Tier-3 emissions regulations and the related design complexity that compliance would have entailed such as charge-air cooling.
Retained from the predecessor model, though, is a long list of features, including the inch wheelbase, lift height of inches at the bucket hinge pinvertical-path PowerView lift arm, large Rexroth servo transmission, and radial-piston drive motors. Opinions from the shop. The first stop for the E was the Local shop, where Moore, Heidecker and Peters reviewed the features of the machine and its work tools for the Local's technical staff.
Basically, all agreed that the E was an impressive machine, but since not much in the way of design detail gets past this experienced crew, they had a few observations. For example, after seeing the heavyweight attachments that the E was to use, Rick Bewsey questioned the capability of the machine's universal-style coupler, wondering if it had the mass and strength to handle these large tools.
Moore assured him that the coupler had been sized appropriately, and that both testing and field use on the E's predecessor had proved it capable of accommodating any approved attachment. Dale Brown made an observation about the E's fuel filler. The machine's light-colored, polyethylene fuel tank has an extended-neck filler tube that's sealed with a black cap. The filler tube is adjacent to the radiator, and is identified only by a small decal on the inside of the frame.
Believe me, we've lived through this. Tom Barone suggested that the hydraulic filler tube, located near the top of the engine, be raised to avoid spilling when replenishing fluid. He also questioned the location and accessibility of the batteries, which are in a compartment beneath the operator's feet.
Moore explained that an exterior panel allows access to the batteries, and that remote terminals at the rear of the machine can be used for jump-starting or to power electrical accessories, such as a refueling pump. Tom Rush, our operator for the day, suggested the electrical cable, which powers the coupler, could be better protected. This crew, however, is equally ready to point out what they see as positive design elements.Click here to learn more. Dismiss Notice Gehl or Bobcat s?
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Gehl or Bobcat s? Messages: Hey Guys, I am in the market for a big skid. I like the spec's on the but It is about 12k more than the bobcat. I will be using it for loading scrap metal in debris boxes with a grapple and to load junk cars into my crusher.
I would also like to get a scrap metal shear in the near future. Thanks in advance Brenden. Messages: 5, Some here have a Mustang equivalent and could give you an idea how they like it.
If you are looking new or used, a Case could work maybe? Messages: 7, Messages: 2, I have scrap metal customers that use S's and S's with foam filled tires with counter weights. They love it What dealers do you have in town??? SellingIronFeb 25, Messages: 10, An articulated front end loader would be best, loading cars into crushers is best done with a loader than a skid as you are further away from the crusher and you can see so much more as you keep pressure on the car while the crusher runs.
Not to mention that a skid steer will throw you around over bumpy terrain and a loader will keep you steadier.Click here to learn more. Dismiss Notice Operator got stuck in skid steer.
Discussion in ' Heavy Equipment ' started by dodgeJan 13, Log in or Sign up. Read the timely article from Turf addressing this question. Operator got stuck in skid steer. Messages: We were out plowing this morning with our Gehl skid and everything went fine for the first 3 hrs. Then, the operator called and said he could go forward and back but that no loader functions would work at all. It acts like all functions are safetied out. Anyway the best part was that the loader was up in the air some and the door wouldn't open.
We got him out after about a half hour by loosening the hydro lines on the cylinders. My questions is, has anyone had anything like this happen and what fixed the problem? The loader is still out of commission. Messages: 6, Not sure about gehl but would start by checking the safety switches like the door, seat, seatbelt.
I know some skids will not allow hydraulics to operate with door open, if the door safety switch is damaged or came loose could cause your issues. RepoManJan 13, I don't know about the Gehl's but most skids Ive run Deere, Cat, Bobcat have a small red handle that you pull inside the cab to bypass the hydraulics and let the arms down in situations like this Maybe Gehl doesn't have this feature?
A lot of times its the simplest thing that causes a big problemClick here to learn more. Log in or Sign up. Read the timely article from Turf addressing this question. Messages: 4. If you could purchase any skid steer, what model would be your first choice?
Last edited: Dec 11, JNyzDec 11, Messages: I wanted one with tracks so I bought the originator of tracked machines. Tach tl Takeuchi TL only has approximately hours total usage on it, plus still has full warranty until February The TL weighs 10, lbs. If you compare this to the competition, it is easy to see how heavy duty this machine is built.
Takeuchi made the first ever track loader introduced into the U. The controls are low effort pilot controls, and with a roll up door similar to an excavator, you can run it with the door open or closed any time you want.
The lower panels under the machine are removable allowing easy cleaning, and the steel hydraulic tank is well protected.
This machine has a hydraulic quick change coupler, and a detent switch on the auxiliary hydraulics, push button boom float, and hydraulic self leveling. Messages: 1, I'd get the best one out there.
Messages: 24, Bobcat S, 2 speed. SnowGuy73Dec 11, Messages: 2, The best machine made is the one my dumb ass sold last year!
I bought it new and should have kept it forever. A package. Cab, heat,ac. That machine did everything I ever asked it to and more. I sold it and purchased a new s, it's a good machine but would give my left nut to have my back. I have ran all kinds of bobcats, nh's Deere's and cats.
Gehl 7810 or Bobcat s330?
This was by far my favorite. Caterpillar D XHP with every option. Three letters CAT. Messages: 5, Mark13Dec 12, Messages: 3, WIPensFanDec 12, There is only two correct optionsYou are logged in as a guest.2008 Gehl 7810 E Series Rubber Tire Skid Steer Loader Cummins Diesel Big Machine For Sale
Forums Classifieds Skins Language. View previous thread :: View next thread. Message format Flat Threaded Nested. Have a gehl E skid loader with about hrs. Finally took it in for warrenty work that's been put off for quite a few months. Not even sure if it ever did work because the door is removed for 5 months of the year. Broke a pin inthe lower lift boom near the rear lower area. That should not break.
Pin would have fallen out if not having the tire sidwall stop it slide out. Did not do the tire any good thou. Starter is starting to fail. Cables are tight. Quick dissconnect on the attachment has to be kept very clean and lube or it hangs up with the electric drive for the pins. It works but sure looks like it should have had more force to push the pins. All and all it's a very stoute machine that has increadiable lifting force with the highest height reach in it's class.
I was wondering if i others have simular problems with their Gehls. Previously I had a gehl skid loader and this is quite a improvement over that. Thank you for your responce.Discussion in ' Skid Steers ' started by amscontrJul 23, Log in or Sign up.
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Thanks for joining us and I hope you enjoy your stay!! Welcome to HeavyEquipmentForums. Looking for feedback on a Gehl Discussion in ' Skid Steers ' started by amscontrJul 23, Anyone own or operated a Gehl ? Any known problems with these or??? We're thinking of buying used model just looking for some input, thanks.
I have the Mustang same machine slightly different painthrs ,only problem ,need a new alternator ,is a big machine all around ,if I put a lot of hrs and needed replaced Ill do it again, the size fits my needs. I don't know what your going to use it for ,can you elaborate a little more? Just for general purpose stuff, I used to run a a few years back for a company.
It was a good machine to operate the company I worked for just didn't maintain their equipment. For instance they had an old fuel transfer tank that was sitting half full for 5 years and a supervisor decided to fill that machine and JD with the old fuel an they had nothing but problems with those 2 pieces of equipment. Now we're looking at buying a used with hours on it. I have ran pretty much every kind of skid loader there is wheel and rubber track.
I like the T-bar controls for finish grading and the power for demolition. I can't remember if the '04 has the Cummins engine or Perkins.