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Gehl introduces the vertical-lift V330 Skid Loader

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The skid loader comes with more than 131 inches of near-vertical lift height.

| April 14, 2011

WEST BEND, Wis. – Gehl, a manufacturer of compact equipment for agriculture and construction markets, has announced the all-new model V330 Skid Loader with more than 131 inches of near-vertical lift height. The V330 Skid Loader also comes with an 84- horsepower turbo-diesel engine and a rated operating capacity of 3,300 lbs.

The V330 Skid Loader achieves near-vertical lift with a lift arm design that provides extended reach and lift height for easy truck and material loading. With more than 131 inches of lift height, this loader makes material handling and truck loading simple. The lift arm design provides views to the sides of the loader and a direct line-of-sight to the bucket cutting edge. Thick steel plating braces the lift arm, providing additional strength and durability.

The new V330 Skid Loader features a Yanmar turbocharged diesel engine with 215 lbf-ft. peak torque. Horsepower and torque are enhanced with a high-performance drive train. Equipped with electronic engine control and a foot throttle, the V330 can be operated at partial throttle as the workload allows for lower sound levels and reduced fuel consumption.

The optional, pressurized sealed cab enclosure provides a cleaner and quieter operating environment. Fully adjustable joystick controls and an optional air-ride seat deliver outstanding operator comfort.

Extra-large side screens and an optional wide-view front glass door provide visibility to the bucket cutting edge and front work area. The new side-folding restraint bar and armrests feature multiple adjustments to enhance operator comfort and safety.

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