Gehl’s new V270 and V330 GEN:2 skid-steers offer vertical lift, selectable self-leveling

|  October 02, 2013 |

Gehl V330 GEN:2 skid-steerGehl has launched two new large frame vertical-lift skid-steers in the V270 GEN:2 and V330 GEN:2. The new machines feature a 72-horsepower Tier 4 certified Yanmar diesel engine that incorporates DPF technology. Features include a selectable self-leveling option, hydraulic-powered Power-A-Tach system and Gehl’s T-bar option offered as a control pattern.

With rated operating capacities of 2,700 pounds and 3,300 pounds, respectively, the GEN:2 models offer torque ratings of up to 217 foot-pounds and hydraulic flow up to 35 gpm. The V270 GEN:2 offers more than 10 feet 10 inches of lift height, while the V330 GEN:2 has more than 10 feet 11 inches of lift height.

Additional features include a customizable digital in-cab display that provides system information on coolant, fuel, battery, environmental and engine regeneration; a large operator’s compartment with a cab forward design and lowered rear towers for improved visibility; a side-folding restraint bar and armrests with multiple adjustments; adjustable joystick and hand/foot control towers; and a mechanical or air-ride suspension seat.

Serviceability is addressed via a wide rear door and engine hood, as well as gas spring assist on the tiltable Level II ROPS structure, for ease in accessing hydraulic components.

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