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Gehl 2500 and 2600 Skid Steer Loaders

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10-25-2007 16:47:33

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What are the differences between these two machines? They are both small with 2 cylinder Onan engines I think. What do you folks think about them?


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10-26-2007 14:42:21

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 Re: Gehl 2500 and 2600 Skid Steer Loaders in reply to MCL, 10-25-2007 16:47:33  
Both of them are rated at 800 lb lift capacity.
The 2600 has updated hydraulic/hydrostatic parts
tho they look the same. The 2600 has the interlock
assemblies under the seat for safety. If you buy
the 2500 make sure the levers have the shield
that curves around them from the front for safety.
They did not come with, and Gehl furnished them
NC to anyone, yet I still see some without. The
dealer didn't get them on. The Engines are both
Onan but diff.models. The literature shows the
2600 at 25 HP and from memory the 2500 at 23 tho
the "Official Guide" shows both at 25 HP. Good
luck, Chuck.

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10-25-2007 16:54:55

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 Re: Gehl 2500 and 2600 Skid Steer Loaders in reply to MCL, 10-25-2007 16:47:33  
Good skid loaders 2500 is a little smaller than the 2600.

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