Gehl and Mustang offer world’s largest skid loader

Gehl and Mustang now offer the world’s largest skid loader – with an operating weight of 11,665 pounds. Featuring a Tier IV certified Deutz 120-horsepower engine and 4,200 pounds of rated operating capacity, the 4200V an increase of 21.7 horsepower and 200 pounds in operating capacity over the brands’ previous models (4000V) in this size range. For added performance on large jobs, the 4200V offers 354 foot-pounds of torque.

The large skid steer loader comes standard with cab heat and air-conditioning; 14-pin connector for easy attachment use; two-speed for travel around the job site; and Mustang’s patented hydraglideTM for a smoother ride and less material spillage from the attachment. A vertical lift path of almost 12 feet allows for excellent dumping and loading performance.

The 4200V skid steer is configured to be a true tool carrier, coming standard with the features needed to operate attachments such as mulching heads, cold planers, rock wheels and many more. High-flow auxiliary hydraulics are standard equipment and offer up to 41 gallons per minute for optimal performance. Five easily accessible auxiliary hydraulic lines, with flat-face couplers, are available on the front of the machine near the operator’s station for easy access.

The 4200V cab is spacious and comfortable for the operator with a suspension seat and pilot joystick controls. Excellent visibility is possible through a large, domed glass front door and wide side windows that can be opened for added ventilation or talking to co-workers. A foot throttle or hand throttle allows the operator to easily increase travel speed or machine functions. An optional rear-view backup camera provides increased visibility. A radio with hands-free Bluetooth allows the operator to make calls or easily stream music from another device for a customized environment. Other options include impact resistant door, 3-inch seatbelt and shoulder strap, brake release and rotating beacon.


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