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COMPETITIONSKID LOADERS
Bobcat as Competition
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“Bobcat”
Perceived as Low Price
Weak Specifications
Poor Performance
Focused Sales
Organization
• Full Line of Attachments
Bobcat Strengths:
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Bobcat Name
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Excellent Market Share
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Range of Machines
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Dealer Network
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Low List Prices
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Competitive Retail Finance Programs
Bobcat Weaknesses
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Sales Staff
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Not Operator Friendly
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Light Construction
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Underpowered
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Good demos will amplify their weaknesses.
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Belt Drive
How to Sell Against Bobcat
• Point out the “FREE” options
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Control Patterns
Nitro-Coated Cylinder Rods
Hydraulic Self-Leveling
Tier II ROPS
• Higher Productivity
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T-Bar Control
Superior Operator Comfort
Ease of Operation
ROPS Cab
• Competitive Initial Investment
• Lower Operating Cost
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Lower Aftermarket Parts Pricing
Lower Labor Rates @ Gehl Dealer
Proximity of Gehl Dealer
Ease of Service
Model Match-ups – Bobcat - Gehl
Bobcat Models
Gehl Models
S70
- 22 hp (16 kW), 700 lbs. (318 kg)
1640E - 24 hp (17.9 kW), 850 lbs. (386 kg)
S100
- 25 hp (19 kW), 1,000 lbs. (454 kg)
3640E - 35 hp (26 kW), 1,050 lbs. (476 kg)
S130
- 46 hp (34 kW), 1,300 lbs. (590 kg)
4240E - 46 hp (34 kW), 1,350 lbs. (612 kg)
S150
- 46 hp (34 kW), 1,500 lbs. (680 kg)
4240E - 46 hp (34 kW), 1,475 lbs. (669 kg) w/ Wt. kit
S160
- 56 hp (42 kW), 1,600 lbs. (726 kg)
4640E - 62 hp (46 kW), 1,650 lbs. (748 kg)
S175
- 46 hp (34 kW), 1,750 lbs. (794 kg)
4640E - 62 hp (46 kW), 1,800 lbs. (816 kg) w/ Wt. kit
S185
- 56 hp (42 kW), 1,850 lbs. (839 kg)
5240E - 62 hp (46 kW), 1,900 lbs. (862 kg)
S205
- 61 hp (46 kW), 2,050 lbs. (930 kg)
5240E - 62 hp (46 kW), 2,050 lbs. (930 kg) w/ Wt. kit
S220
- 75 hp (56 kW), 2,200 lbs. (998 kg)
5640E T - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,200 lbs. (998 kg)
S630
- 73 hp (54 kW), 2,180 lbs. (988 kg)
S250
- 75 hp (56 kW), 2,500 lbs. (1134 kg)
6640E - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,600 lbs. (1179 kg)
S650
- 73 hp (54 kW), 2,690 lbs. (1,220 kg)
V270 - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,700 lbs. (1,225 kg)
S300
- 81 hp (60 kW), 3,000 lbs. (1,361 kg)
6640E - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,900 lbs. (1,315 kg) w/ Wt. kit
V270 - 84 hp (62 kW), 3,000 lbs. (1,361 kg) w/ Wt. kit
S330
- 85 hp (63 kW), 3,300 lbs. (1,497 kg)
6640E - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,900 lbs. (1,315 kg) w/ Wt. kit
V330 - 84 hp (62 kW), 3,300 lbs. (1,497 kg)
7810E - 99 hp (74 kW), 3,850 lbs. (1,746 kg)
Rated operating capacity (kg)
Height to bucket pin (mm)
Max. dump angle at full height (deg.)
Bucket breakout force (kN)
Arm lifting force (kN)
Hydraulic flow (L)
Displacement (L)
Net power (kW)
Fuel capacity (L)
Rear angle of departure (deg.)
Gehl
1640E
386
2,438
46
7
8
38.2
1.3
17.9
29.1
30
Bobcat
S70
318
2,400
36
INA
INA
37.1
1.0
17.5
26.5
26
Operating weight (kg)
1,352
1,290
Mustang Advantage
21% Greater Operating Capacity
3% Higher Bucket Pin
27% Greater Dump Angle
Very Good Bucket Breakout
Very Good Arm Lifting Force
3% More Hydraulic Flow
32% More Displacement
2% More Power
10% More Fuel Capacity
15% greater Departure Angle
More Machine Mass for
Digging Power, Stability
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
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
Gehl 4240E vs. Bobcat S-130
Make
Model
PERFORMANCE
Rated operating load, standard (kg)
Operating load w/optional counterweight
(kg)
Tipping load, standard (kg)
Height to bucket pin (mm)
Dump height @ bucket discharge (mm)
Dump reach @ max height (mm)
Max dump angle at full height (deg)
Bucket breakout force (kN)
Bucket rollback at ground level (deg)
Arm lifting force (kN)
Lift arm geometry
ENGINE
Engine make
Engine model
No of cylinders
Displacement (L)
Net power (kW)
Rated speed (rpm)
Maximum torque (N-m)
Gehl
4240E
(Tier 4 Interim)
612
Bobcat
S130
(Tier 4 Interim)
590
669
1225
2790
2200
570
42
13.19
29
11.38
Radial
INA
1195
2780
2100
570
40
13.34
25
12.45
Radial
Yanmar
4TNV88
4
2.2
34.3
2600
145
Kubota
V2403-M-DI-E3
4
2.4
34.4
INA
INA
Gehl 4240E vs. Bobcat S-130
HYDRAULICS
Standard pump flow (lpm)
Optional pump flow (lpm)
Hydraulic pressure (bar)
Self leveling bucket
DIMENSIONS
Reference bucket capacity (L)
Overall length w/bucket (mm)
Width over tires (mm)
Reference bucket width (mm)
Height to top of ROPS (mm)
Ground clearance (mm)
Rear angle of departure (deg)
Wheelbase (mm)
Fuel tank (L)
Hydraulic tank refill/system total
(L)
Operating weight (kg)
Gehl 4240
62
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189.6
Opt
Bobcat S 130
64
INA
186.2
Opt
331
2950
1350
1540
1830
211
29
930
47
411
3150
1490
1570
1960
188
23
900
49
30/44
2087
13/23
2375
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
Gehl 4640E vs. Bobcat S-160 / S-175
Make
Model
PERFORMANCE
Rated operating load, standard (kg)
Operating load w/optional counterweight (kg)
Tipping load, standard (kg)
Height to bucket pin (mm)
Dump height @ bucket discharge (mm)
Dump reach @ max height (mm)
Max dump angle at full height (deg)
Bucket breakout force (kN)
Bucket rollback at ground level (deg)
Arm lifting force (kN)
Lift arm geometry
ENGINE
Engine make
Engine model
No of cylinders
Displacement (L)
Net power (kW)
Rated speed (rpm)
Maximum torque (N-m)
Gehl
4640E
(Tier 4 Interim)
Bobcat
S160
Bobcat
S175
748
816
1497
2930
2270
700
(Tier 4 Interim)
726
INA
1452
2910
2200
460
(Tier 4 Interim)
794
INA
1849
3000
2310
750
42
20.24
24
16.95
Radial
44
16.01
25
19.35
Radial
42
14.41
25
15.12
Vertical lift
Deutz
TD2009
4
2.3
46.20
2600
200.7
Kubota
V2607-DI-TE3B
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2.6
43.3
INA
INA
Kubota
V2403-M-DI-E3
4
2.4
34.4
INA
INA
Gehl 4640E vs. Bobcat S-160 / S 175
DRIVE TRAIN
Max travel speed, standard (km/h)
Max travel speed, optional (km/h)
Tire size
Max axle torque (N-m)
HYDRAULICS
Standard pump flow (lpm)
Optional pump flow (lpm)
Hydraulic pressure (bar)
Self leveling bucket
DIMENSIONS
Reference bucket capacity (L)
Overall length w/bucket (mm)
Width over tires (mm)
Reference bucket width (mm)
Height to top of ROPS (mm)
Ground clearance (mm)
Rear angle of departure (deg)
Wheelbase (mm)
Fuel tank (L)
Hydraulic tank refill/system total (L)
Operating weight (kg)
Gehl 4640E
12.4
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10-16.5
6870
Bobcat S160
11.8
INA
10-16.5
6644
Bobcat S175
11.8
INA
10-16.5
6644
72
114
189.6
Std.
64
100
227.5
Opt
64
100
227.5
Opt
INA
3120
1570
1680
1980
191
25
950
57
45
2812
396
3310
1680
1730
1940
191
23
1030
91
18/32
2706
396
3310
1680
1730
1940
191
23
1030
91
18/32
2821
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
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 - 8.1 vs. 7.0 mph (13 vs. 11 km/h)
5. Two-speed option – 12.0 vs. 11.1 mph (19.3 vs. 17.8 km/h)
6. Higher Aux. Hyd. flow -19 vs. 16.7 gpm (72 vs. 63 L/min)
7. Shorter length - 126 vs. 130 in. (3200 vs. 3302 mm)
8. Longer wheelbase - 41.5 vs. 40.5 in. (1454 vs. 1029 mm)
9. Optional 12.00 tires (Not Available on S185)
10. Hydraulic leveling– Standard (Optional cost on S185)
Gehl vs. S 205
MODEL
PERFORMANCE
Rated operating load, standard ***
Tipping load, standard
Height to Bucket Pin
Dump Height at bucket discharge
Reach at max. dump height
Max dump angle a full height
Bucket Breakout Force
Bucket Rollback @ ground level
Arm lifting force
Loader raise time
Vertical lift geometry
ENGINE
Engine manufacturer
Engine model
Cylinders
Displacement
Net Power
Rated speed
Emission Rating
DRIVE TRAIN
Max travel speed, standard
Max travel speed, optional
Tire Size
kg
kg
mm
mm
mm
°
kN
°
kN
sec
ltr
kW
rpm
kph
kph
794 to <998 kg standard operating
load
GEHL
5240E
GEHL
5640E
BOBCAT
S 205
862 / 930
1724
3066
2273
635
40
18.6
27
17.1
3.5
No
998
1996
3124
2375
833
40
26.2
30
18.7
4.5
No
930
2019
3002
2310
753
42
np
25
np
np
Yes
Deutz
TD2009
4
2.294
47
2500
Interim IV
Yanmar
4TNV98T
np
3.3
62.6
2500
Tier III
Kubota
V2607
4
2.6
45.5
2700
Tier IV
12.3
13
11.8
20
10 - 16.5, or
12 – 16.5
19.8
np
12 - 16.5
10 - 16.5
Gehl vs.
S 205
794 to <998 kg standard operating load
GEHL
GEHL
BOBCAT
5240E
5640E
S 205
HYDRAULICS
Standard Pump Flow
lt/min
Optional High Flow
lt/min
Hydraulic Pressure
bar
DIMENSIONS
Reference bucket
capacity
m³
Overall Length w/Bucket mm
Length less bucket
mm
Width over tires
mm
Reference bucket width
mm
Height to ROPS
mm
Ground clearance
mm
Rear angle of departure
°
Wheelbase, Std.
mm
Fuel tank
ltr
Hydraulic tank refill
ltr
Operating Weight
kg
72
114
190
87
136
207
64
100
228
0.43
3208
2370
1575
1562
1981
158
23
1054
60.6
45
3112
0.46
3327
2426
1702
1778
2057
203
26
1080
72
60
3347
np
3310
2588
1676
1727
1938
190
23
1030
91
np
3023
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
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 - 73.8% less hydraulic
oil – Advantage Gehl
• Self-leveling Bucket: Mustang - Standard vs. Bobcat Optional –
Advantage Gehl
Gehl Advantages
Compare 6640E to S300
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Competitive Lift Capacity
Higher Engine HP
Faster Ground Speed.
Higher Auxiliary Hydraulic Flow
Greater Reach
Higher Torque
Optional 14.00 tires Available
Standard Hydraulic Leveling
Gehl Advantages - Bobcat
Weaknesses
Rated operating capacity standard (kg.)
Operating capacity / counterweight (kg)
Height to bucket pin (mm)
Net power (kW)
Max. travel speed, standard (km/h)
Max. axle torque (Nm)
Standard pump flow (L/min)
Width over tires (mm)
Rear angle of departure (deg.)
Wheelbase (mm)
Hydraulic tank refill/system total (L)
Gehl
V270
1,225
1,361
3310
62.6
11.9
8,680
82.5
1765
27.2
1265
42 / 68
Bobcat
S650 M-Series
1,220
1,288
3149
55.4
11.4
8,077
87.1
1830
25
1151
INA
Bobcat
S300 K-Series
1,361
1,406
3270
58
11.6
8,077
78.0
1830
25
1230
18 / 49
Gehl Advantage
Higher Capacity Than S650
More Bucket Pin Height Than S650
More Power Than S650
Higher Travel Speed
7% More Axle Torque
More Hydraulic Flow Than S300
10% Narrower Construction
9% More Rear Departure
To 9% Longer Wheelbase
To 38% More Hydraulic Capacity
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
Bobcat Weaknesses-Gehl Advantages
BOBCAT S150-160-175•
Bobcat Engines –
– Low bid engines Kubota- 700 series
– S150 - 46 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
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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
Bobcat Weaknesses-Gehl Advantages
BOBCAT Series
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Hydraulic System
– Plastic, non pressurized hydraulic reservoir
– Non-pressurized system
– Small coolers and radiators
Loader Frame (conventional loader – S130-150-160
– 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 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 – (S250- S300)
– Most vulnerable tipping point and maximum height at top of lift height
Model Match-ups – Bobcat - Gehl
Bobcat Models
Gehl Models
S70
- 22 hp (16 kW), 700 lbs. (318 kg)
1640E - 24 hp (17.9 kW), 850 lbs. (386 kg)
S100
- 25 hp (19 kW), 1,000 lbs. (454 kg)
3640E - 35 hp (26 kW), 1,050 lbs. (476 kg)
S130
- 46 hp (34 kW), 1,300 lbs. (590 kg)
4240E - 46 hp (34 kW), 1,350 lbs. (612 kg)
S150
- 46 hp (34 kW), 1,500 lbs. (680 kg)
4240E - 46 hp (34 kW), 1,475 lbs. (669 kg) w/ Wt. kit
S160
- 56 hp (42 kW), 1,600 lbs. (726 kg)
4640E - 62 hp (46 kW), 1,650 lbs. (748 kg)
S175
- 46 hp (34 kW), 1,750 lbs. (794 kg)
4640E - 62 hp (46 kW), 1,800 lbs. (816 kg) w/ Wt. kit
S185
- 56 hp (42 kW), 1,850 lbs. (839 kg)
5240E - 62 hp (46 kW), 1,900 lbs. (862 kg)
S205
- 61 hp (46 kW), 2,050 lbs. (930 kg)
5240E - 62 hp (46 kW), 2,050 lbs. (930 kg) w/ Wt. kit
S220
- 75 hp (56 kW), 2,200 lbs. (998 kg)
5640E T - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,200 lbs. (998 kg)
S630
- 73 hp (54 kW), 2,180 lbs. (988 kg)
S250
- 75 hp (56 kW), 2,500 lbs. (1134 kg)
6640E - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,600 lbs. (1179 kg)
S650
- 73 hp (54 kW), 2,690 lbs. (1,220 kg)
V270 - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,700 lbs. (1,225 kg)
S300
- 81 hp (60 kW), 3,000 lbs. (1,361 kg)
6640E - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,900 lbs. (1,315 kg) w/ Wt. kit
V270 - 84 hp (62 kW), 3,000 lbs. (1,361 kg) w/ Wt. kit
S330
- 85 hp (63 kW), 3,300 lbs. (1,497 kg)
6640E - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,900 lbs. (1,315 kg) w/ Wt. kit
V330 - 84 hp (62 kW), 3,300 lbs. (1,497 kg)
7810E - 99 hp (74 kW), 3,850 lbs. (1,746 kg)
SELLING GEHL SKID LOADERS
AGAINST THE COMPETITION
Gehl vs. Cat
Cat as Competition
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Caterpillar Recognition
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Customer Perception
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High Pressure Sales Reps
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Cat Attachments
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Cat Rental Store
Cat Strengths
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Name Recognition
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Compact & Construction Sales
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Aggressive Dealer Network
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Cat Engines (Mitsubishi & Perkins)
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Joystick Controls
Cat Weaknesses
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“Big Iron” Dealers
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Poor Side-By-Side Comparison
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Anti-Stall
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Expensive Service Rates
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Ease of Operation
To Sell Against Cat
1. Establish Gehl as the heavy-duty, strong, powerful machine.
2. You can get more done in a day with the Gehl, compare performance
specifications. SELL INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY.
3. Higher productivity with less operating cost. SELL PROFITABILITY
4. 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
5. 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-AVERAGESIZE OPERATIONS – MORE COMFORT AND SPACE IN GEHL
6. Show our fine T-Bar control operation. SELL GEHL’S CUSTOMIZATION!
To Sell Against Cat
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Point out the “FREE” options
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Control Patterns
Nitro-Coated Cylinder Rods
Hydraulic Self-Leveling
Tier II ROPS
Higher Productivity
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T-Bar Control
Superior Operator Comfort
Ease of Operation
ROPS Cab
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Lower Initial Investment
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Lower Operating Cost
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Lower Aftermarket Parts Pricing
Lower Labor Rates @ Gehl Dealer
Proximity of Gehl Dealer
Gehl Advantages-Cat Weaknesses
CAT 216/226/236/246 - 228/248 High-Flow Models
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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 L) @ 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 Advantages-Cat Weaknesses
CAT 216/226/236/246 - 228/ 248 High-Flow Models
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
•
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 Cylinders @ 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 Advantages-Cat Weaknesses
CAT 216/226/236/246 - 228/248 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 Advantages-Cat Weaknesses
CAT POINTERS - SKID LOADERS - 262C vs. 6640E / V270
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•
•
•
•
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 Advantages-Cat Weaknesses
CAT POINTERS - SKID LOADERS - 262C vs. 6640E / V270
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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), Mustang @ 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.
Model Match-ups – Cat - Gehl
Caterpillar Models
Gehl Models
216B - 49 hp (37 kW), 1,400 lbs. (635 kg) R
4240E - 46 hp (34 kW), 1,475 lbs. (551 kg) w/ Wt. kit R
226B - 57 hp (43 kW), 1,500 lbs. (794 kg) R
4240E - 46 hp (34 kW), 1,475 lbs. (669 kg) w/ Wt. kit R
232B - 49 hp (37 kW), 1,750 lbs. (794 kg) V
4640E - 62 hp (46 kW), 1,800 lbs. (816 kg) w/ Wt. kit R
236B - 70 hp (52 kW), 1,750 lbs. (794 kg) R
4640E - 62 hp (46 kW), 1,800 lbs. (672 kg) w/ Wt. kit R
242B - 57 hp (43 kW), 2,000 lbs. (907 kg) V
5240E - 62 hp (46 kW), 2,050 lbs. (930 kg) w/ Wt. kit R
246C - 73 hp (54 kW), 2,150 lbs. (975 kg) R
5640E T - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,200 lbs. (998 kg) R
256C - 82 hp (61 kW), 2,300 lbs. (1043 kg) R
5640E T - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,200 lbs. (998 kg) R
252B - 70 hp (52 kW), 2,500 lbs. (1134 kg) V
5640E T - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,500 lbs. (1134 kg) w/ Wt. Kit R
262C - 82 hp (61 kW), 2,700 lbs. (1,225 kg) V
6640E - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,600 lbs. (1197 kg)
V270 - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,700 lbs. (1,225 kg) V
V270 - 84 hp (62 kW), 3,000 lbs. (1,361 kg) w/ Wt. kit V
V330 - 84 hp (62 kw), 3,300 lbs. (1,497 kg)
7810E - 99 hp (74 kW), 3,850 lbs. (1,746 kg) R
272C - 90 hp (67 kW), 3,250 lbs. (1474 kg) V
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
Gehl 4240E vs. Cat 216 B2 / 226 B2
Make
Model
PERFORMANCE
Rated operating load, standard (kg)
Operating load w/optional counterweight
(kg)
Tipping load, standard (kg)
Height to bucket pin (mm)
Dump height @ bucket discharge (mm)
Dump reach @ max height (mm)
Max dump angle at full height (deg)
Bucket breakout force (kN)
Bucket rollback at ground level (deg)
Arm lifting force (kN)
Lift arm geometry
ENGINE
Engine make
Engine model
No of cylinders
Displacement (L)
Net power (kW)
Rated speed (rpm)
Maximum torque (N-m)
Gehl
4240E
Caterpillar
216B Series 2
Caterpillar
226B Series 2
612
635
680
669
1225
2790
2200
570
42
13.19
29
11.38
Radial
680
1270
2840
2160
510
40
18.16
INA
INA
Radial
726
1361
2840
2160
510
40
18.16
INA
INA
Radial
Yanmar
4TNV88
4
2.2
34.3
2600
INA
Cat
C2.2
4
2.2
35.0
INA
INA
Cat
C2.2 T
4
2.2
41.8
INA
INA
Gehl 4240E vs. Cat 216 B2 / 226 B2
HYDRAULICS
Standard pump flow (lpm)
Optional pump flow (lpm)
Hydraulic pressure (bar)
Self leveling bucket
DIMENSIONS
Reference bucket capacity (L)
Overall length w/bucket (mm)
Width over tires (mm)
Reference bucket width (mm)
Height to top of ROPS (mm)
Ground clearance (mm)
Rear angle of departure (deg)
Wheelbase (mm)
Fuel tank (L)
Hydraulic tank refill/system total (L)
Operating weight (kg)
Gehl 4240E
62
INA
189.6
Opt
Cat 216 B2
59
INA
229.9
OPT
Cat 226 B2
59
98
229.9
OPT
331
2950
1350
1540
1830
211
29
930
47
30/44
2087
INA
3230
1520
INA
1960
203
26
990
58
35/55
2544
INA
3230
1520
INA
1960
203
26
990
58
35/55
2641
Gehl Advantages-Cat Weaknesses
Compare 5240 to 242B
Gehl’s Advantages:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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 12.00 Tires Available
Standard Hydraulic Leveling
Gehl vs. 256C
MANUFACTURER
MODEL
PERFORMANCE
Rated operating load, standard ***
Tipping load, standard
Height to Bucket Pin
Dump Height at bucket discharge
Reach at max. dump height
Max dump angle a full height
Bucket Breakout Force
Bucket Rollback @ ground level
Arm lifting force
Loader raise time
Vertical lift geometry
ENGINE
Engine manufacturer
Engine model
Cylinders
Displacement
Net Power
Rated speed
Emission Rating
DRIVE TRAIN
Max travel speed, standard
Max travel speed, optional
Tire Size
kg
kg
mm
mm
mm
°
kN
°
kN
sec
ltr
kW
rpm
kph
kph
GEHL
5640E
GEHL
6640E
CATERPILLAR
256 C
998 / 1134
1996
3124
2375
833
40
26.2
30
18.7
4.5
No
1179
2359
3157
2408
863
40
26.2
30
21.6
4.5
No
1066
2132
3122
2425
600
40
np
np
np
np
No
Yanmar
4TNV98T
np
3.3
62.6
2500
Tier III
Yanmar
4TNV98T
4
3.3
62.6
2500
Tier III
Caterpillar (Perkins)
C3.4 DIT
np
3.3
61
np
Tier 3
13
19.8
12 - 16.5
13.8
21.1
14 - 17.5
12.5
np
np
Gehl vs. 256C
HYDRAULICS
GEHL
5640E
87
136
GEHL
6640E
87
136
CATERPILLAR
256 C
84
125
Standard Pump Flow
lt/min
Optional High Flow
lt/min
Hydraulic Pressure
bar
207
207
230
Reference bucket capacity
m³
Overall Length w/Bucket
mm
Length less bucket
mm
Width over tires
mm
Reference bucket width
mm
Height to ROPS
mm
Ground clearance
mm
Rear angle of departure
°
Wheelbase, Std.
mm
Fuel tank
ltr
Hydraulic tank refill
ltr
Operating Weight
kg
0.46
3327
2426
1702
1778
2057
203
26
1080
72
60
3347
0.46
3594
2565
1841
1880
2082
231
29
1219
91
60
3538
np
3692
2979
1676
np
2104
255
26
1240
98
42
3477
DIMENSIONS
Gehl Advantages
Compare 6640 / V 270 to 262C
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•
•
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•
•
•
•
•
Greater Lifting Capacity
Higher Engine HP
Faster Two-Speed Option
Faster Travel Speed.
Higher Auxiliary Hydraulic Flow
Higher Ground Clearance.
Greater Bucket Breakout.
Optional 14.00 Tires Available
Standard Hydraulic Leveling
Model Match-ups – Cat - Gehl
Caterpillar Models
Gehl Models
216B - 49 hp (37 kW), 1,400 lbs. (635 kg) R
4240E - 46 hp (34 kW), 1,475 lbs. (551 kg) w/ Wt. kit R
226B - 57 hp (43 kW), 1,500 lbs. (794 kg) R
4240E - 46 hp (34 kW), 1,475 lbs. (669 kg) w/ Wt. kit R
232B - 49 hp (37 kW), 1,750 lbs. (794 kg) V
4640E - 62 hp (46 kW), 1,800 lbs. (816 kg) w/ Wt. kit R
236B - 70 hp (52 kW), 1,750 lbs. (794 kg) R
4640E - 62 hp (46 kW), 1,800 lbs. (672 kg) w/ Wt. kit R
242B - 57 hp (43 kW), 2,000 lbs. (907 kg) V
5240E - 62 hp (46 kW), 2,050 lbs. (930 kg) w/ Wt. kit R
246C - 73 hp (54 kW), 2,150 lbs. (975 kg) R
5640E T - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,200 lbs. (998 kg) R
256C - 82 hp (61 kW), 2,300 lbs. (1043 kg) R
5640E T - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,200 lbs. (998 kg) R
252B - 70 hp (52 kW), 2,500 lbs. (1134 kg) V
5640E T - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,500 lbs. (1134 kg) w/ Wt. Kit R
262C - 82 hp (61 kW), 2,700 lbs. (1,225 kg) V
6640E - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,600 lbs. (1197 kg)
V270 - 84 hp (62 kW), 2,700 lbs. (1,225 kg) V
V270 - 84 hp (62 kW), 3,000 lbs. (1,361 kg) w/ Wt. kit V
V330 - 84 hp (62 kw), 3,300 lbs. (1,497 kg)
7810E - 99 hp (74 kW), 3,850 lbs. (1,746 kg) R
272C - 90 hp (67 kW), 3,250 lbs. (1474 kg) V
SELLING GEHL SKID LOADERS
AGAINST THE COMPETITION
Gehl vs. Hyundai
Model Match-ups – Hyundai - Gehl
Hyundai Models
Gehl Models
(No model)
1640E - 17.9 kW, 385 kg
(No model)
3640E - 26 kW, 476 kg
HSL 650 - 7A
- 46 kW - 650 kg
4640E - 46 kW, 748 kg
4640E - 46 kW, 748 kg
(No model)
HSL 850 - 7A
4240E - 34 kW, 669 kg w/ optional wt. kit
- 54 kW - 860 kg
5240E - 46 kW, 862 kg
(No model)
5640E - 62.6 kW , 998 kg
5640E - 62.6 kW , 998 kg
(no model)
6640E - 62.6 kW, 1,179 kg
(no model)
V270 - 62.6 kW, 1,225 kg
(no model)
7810E - 74 kW, 1,747 kg
Gehl vs. Hyundai
HSL 650 - 7A
Make
Model
PERFORMANCE
Rated operating load, standard (kg)
Operating load w/optional counterweight (kg)
Tipping load, standard (kg)
Height to bucket pin (mm)
Dump height @ bucket discharge (mm)
Dump reach @ max height (mm)
Max dump angle at full height (deg)
Bucket breakout force (kN)
Bucket rollback at ground level (deg)
Arm lifting force (kN)
Lift arm geometry
ENGINE
Engine make
Engine model
No of cylinders
Displacement (L)
Net power (kW)
Rated speed (rpm)
Maximum torque (N-m)
DRIVE TRAIN
Max travel speed, standard (km/h)
Max travel speed, optional (km/h)
Tire size
Gehl
4240E
Hyundai
HSL 650 – 7 A
Gehl
4640E
612
669
1225
2794
2146
574
42
12.4
29
10.9
Radial
650
N/A
1310
2920
2240
550
45
INA
27
INA
Radial
748
816
1497
2934
2273
701
40
20.2
27
16.9
Radial
Yanmar
4TNV88
4
2.2
34
2600
145
Kubota
V 2403
4
INA
44
2300
INA
Deutz
TD 2009
4
2.3
46
2500
200
10.3
N/A
10.00x16.5
11
INA
10.00 x 16.5
12
20
10 or 12.00
GEHL 4240E & 4640E VS.
HYUNDAI 650 – 7 A
Make
794 to <998 kg standard operating load
Gehl
4240E
Hyundai
HSL 650 7-A
4640E
62
66.3
72
N/A
190
Opt.
INA
175
Opt.
114
190
Std.
0.33
2952
1334
1539
1826
211
29
932
47
30
0.31
3270
1515
1625
1965
183
28
990
60
38
0.43
3119
1516
1524
1981
158
23
953
64
45
2087
2,690
2914
Gehl
HYDRAULICS
Standard pump flow (lpm)
Optional pump flow (lpm)
Hydraulic pressure (bar)
Self leveling bucket
DIMENSIONS
Reference bucket capacity (L)
Overall length w/bucket (mm)
Width over tires (mm)
Reference bucket width (mm)
Height to top of ROPS (mm)
Ground clearance (mm)
Rear angle of departure (deg)
Wheelbase (mm)
Fuel tank (L)
Hydraulic tank refill/system total (L)
Operating weight (kg)
Gehl vs. Hyundai
HSL 850 – 7A
794 to <998 kg standard operating load
Gehl 5240E vs. Hyundai HSL 850 -7 A
Make
Model
PERFORMANCE
Rated operating load, standard (kg)
Operating load w/optional counterweight (kg)
Tipping load, standard (kg)
Height to bucket pin (mm)
Dump height @ bucket discharge (mm)
Dump reach @ max height (mm)
Max dump angle at full height (deg)
Bucket breakout force (kN)
Bucket rollback at ground level (deg)
Arm lifting force (kN)
Lift arm geometry
ENGINE
Engine make
Engine model
No of cylinders
Displacement (L)
Net power (kW)
Rated speed (rpm)
Maximum torque (N-m)
DRIVE TRAIN
Max travel speed, standard (km/h)
Max travel speed, optional (km/h)
Tire size
Gehl
5240E
Hyundai
HSL 850 – 7 A
862
930
1724
3066
2286
587
40
18.6
27
17
Radial
860
INA
1718
3080
2410
510
45
INA
27
INA
Radial
Deutz
TD 2009 L4
4
2.3
46.2
2500
200
Kubota
V3307
4
3.3
53.5
2400
INA
12.3
20
10.00x16.5
11.4
N/A
12-16.5
5240E vs. Hyundai HSL 850 -7 A
Make
Model
Gehl
5240E
Hyundai
HSL 850 – 7 A
72
114
189.6
Std
63.9
N/A
175
Opt.
Reference bucket capacity (L)
Overall length w/bucket (mm)
Width over tires (mm)
Reference bucket width (mm)
Height to top of ROPS (mm)
Ground clearance (mm)
Rear angle of departure (deg)
Wheelbase (mm)
Fuel tank (L)
Hydraulic tank refill/system total (L)
0.43
3208
1575
1524
1981
191
25
1067
60
45
0.37
3470
1830
1894
2000
205
28
1100
83
57
Operating weight (kg)
3112
3393
HYDRAULICS
Standard pump flow (lpm)
Optional pump flow (lpm)
Hydraulic pressure (bar)
Self leveling bucket
DIMENSIONS
Competition
SELLING GEHL SKID LOADERS
AGAINST THE COMPETITION
Gehl vs. Terex Heman
Model Match-ups–Terex Heman / Gehl
Terex Heman Model
Gehl Models
(No model)
1640E - 17.9 kW, 385 kg
(No model)
3640E - 26 kW, 476 kg
(No model)
4240E - 34 kW, 669 kg w/ optional wt. kit
Heman 175
48 kW - 750 kg
4640E - 46 kW, 748 kg
4640E - 46 kW, 816 kg w/ optional wt. kit
(No model)
Heman 175
5240E - 46 kW, 862 kg
60 kW - 750 kg
5640E - 62.6 kW , 998 kg
(no model)
6640E - 62.6 kW, 1,179 kg
(no model)
V270 - 62.6 kW, 1,225 kg
(no model)
7810E - 74 kW, 1,747 kg
Gehl vs. Terex Heman
GEHL 4640E VS. Terex Heman 175
Make
Model
PERFORMANCE
Rated operating load, standard (kg)
Operating load w/optional counterweight (kg)
Tipping load, standard (kg)
Height to bucket pin (mm)
Dump height @ bucket discharge (mm)
Dump reach @ max height (mm)
Max dump angle at full height (deg)
Bucket breakout force (kN)
Bucket rollback at ground level (deg)
Arm lifting force (kN)
Lift arm geometry
ENGINE
Engine make
Engine model
No of cylinders
Displacement (L)
Net power (kW)
Rated speed (rpm)
Maximum torque (N-m)
DRIVE TRAIN
Max travel speed, standard (km/h)
Max travel speed, optional (km/h)
Tire size
726 to 794 kg standard
operating load
Gehl
4640E
Terex Heman
175
748
816
1497
2934
2273
701
40
20.2
27
16.9
Radial
750
N/A
1500
3022
2275
642
41.5
18.8
28
14.4
Radial
Deutz
TD 2009
4
2.3
46
2500
200
Cummins
B3.3C NA
4
3.3
48
2200
INA
12
20
10 or 12.00
12
N/A
10.00 x 16.5
GEHL 4640E VS. Terex Heman 175
Make
Model
726 to 794 kg standard operating
load
Gehl
4640E
Terex Heman
175
72
83
114
190
Std.
N/A
175
Opt.
0.43
3119
1516
1524
1981
158
23
953
64
45
0.46
3169
1570
1650
2080
210
26
1023
62
75
2914
2,776
HYDRAULICS
Standard pump flow (lpm)
Optional pump flow (lpm)
Hydraulic pressure (bar)
Self leveling bucket
DIMENSIONS
Reference bucket capacity (L)
Overall length w/bucket (mm)
Width over tires (mm)
Reference bucket width (mm)
Height to top of ROPS (mm)
Ground clearance (mm)
Rear angle of departure (deg)
Wheelbase (mm)
Fuel tank (L)
Hydraulic tank refill/system total (L)
Operating weight (kg)
Gehl vs. JCB 170
613 to 726 kg Op. Load
MANUFACTURER
MODEL
PERFORMANCE
Rated operating load, standard ***
Tipping load, standard
Height to Bucket Pin
Dump Height at bucket discharge
Reach at max. dump height
Max dump angle a full height
Bucket Breakout Force
Bucket Rollback @ ground level
Arm lifting force
Loader raise time
Vertical lift geometry
ENGINE
Engine manufacturer
Engine model
Cylinders
Displacement
Net Power
Rated speed
Emission Rating
DRIVE TRAIN
Max travel speed, standard
Max travel speed, optional
Tire Size
kg
kg
mm
mm
mm
°
kN
°
kN
sec
ltr
kW
rpm
kph
kph
GEHL
4240E
w/Ctrwt
669
1225
2794
2146
574
42
12.4
29
10.9
3.3
No
JCB
Robot 170 [HF] Series II
Yanmar
4TNV88
4
2.19
34
2600
Interim IV
Perkins
404D.22
4
2.2
37.3
2800
Stage IIIA / Tier 3
10.3
N/A
10 - 16.5
11
np
10.0 - 16.5
720
1440
2930
2290
470
40
19.2
30
14
np
No
Gehl 4240E w/ ctr. wt. & JCB 170
HYDRAULICS
Standard Pump Flow
Optional High Flow
Hydraulic Pressure
DIMENSIONS
Reference bucket capacity
Overall Length w/Bucket
Length less bucket
Width over tires
Reference bucket width
Height to ROPS
Ground clearance
Rear angle of departure
Wheelbase, Std.
Fuel tank
Hydraulic tank refill
Operating Weight
lt/min
lt/min
bar
m³
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
°
mm
ltr
ltr
kg
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
np
29
28
932
1030
47
80
30.3
np
2087
2715
Model Match-ups–JCB / Gehl
JCB Models
Gehl Models
(No model)
1640E - 17.9 kW, 385 kg
(No model)
3640E - 26 kW, 476 kg
JCB 170 - 37 kW - 720 kg
4240E - 34 kW, 669 kg w/ optional wt. kit
(No model)
4640E - 46 kW, 748 kg
4640E - 46 kW, 816 kg w/ optional wt. kit
JCB 190 - 63 kW - 950 kg
5240E - 46 kW, 862 kg
JCB 190 - 63 kW - 950 kg
5240E - 46 kW, 930 kg w/ optional wt. kit
5640E - 62.6 kW , 998 kg
JCB 260 - 63 kW - 1,179 kg
6640E - 62.6 kW, 1,179 kg
JCB 300 - 68.6 kW - 1,361 kg
V270 - 62.6 kW, 1,225 kg
V 270 - 62.6 kW, 1,361 kg w/ optional wt. kkit
7810E - 74 kW, 1,747 kg
(no model)
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