A skid steer loader is a small engine-powered and rigid-framed construction tool with arms intended to attach to many different tools. They are capable of zero-radius turning, which makes them agile and easily maneuverable. The Gehl SL4625 skid steer loader has a diesel-powered engine and an enclosed cab to protect its operator.
The Gehl SL4625 skid steer loader is powered by a four-cylinder Kubota diesel engine. It has a maximum power rating of 47 horsepower, or 35 kilowatts. The engine displacement is 2.2 liters, or 134 cubic inches.
Performance and Dimensions
The rated operating capacity of the Gehl SL4625 skid steer loader is 1,350 pounds, or 612 kilograms. The machine itself weighs 5,440 pounds, or 2,467 kilograms. Its bucket measures 65 inches -- 165 centimeters -- wide and has a capacity of 10.8 cubic feet or 0.306 cubic meters. Its tires measure 10 inches in width by 16.5 inches in diameter.
The Gehl SL4625 skid steer loader's arms are equipped with a universal skid steer quick hitch. Many attachments are available, including buckets, pallet forks, hydraulic augers, sweepers, brush cutters, dozer blades and stump grinders. You can also get an optional high flow, which allows the use of even more powerful attachments.
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