Gehl introduces the all-new RT Series compact track loaders, featuring the patented HydraTrac Automatic Track Tensioning System, which eliminates the need to manually tension the tracks on the loader before operation. When the machine is started, the hydraulic system automatically pressurizes a load device that provides the proper tension for the track system. The HydraTrac System uses this excess hydraulic pressure to maintain proper track tension during use, saving time on the jobsite and ensuring the proper tension immediately upon start-up and releasing tension when the machine is shut down.
“It takes less time to prep the machine for use when the track tensioning is not a concern,” says Brian Rabe, Gehl compact track loader product manager. “Plus, properly maintained track tension will extend the life of the tracks significantly.”
The RT Series loaders also feature high-torque turbo-diesel engines with AntiStall technology that senses machine load electronically and continuously monitors and adjusts the hydrostatic drive pump displacements to manage available engine horsepower and torque, optimizing performance during heavy duty cycles.
The standard Electro-Hydraulic 5×5 drive control system gives the operator the ability to fine-tune the controls on the machine, providing an active system that matches application and operator preference.
Verified by Brian Rabe, Gehl compact track loader product manager.
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Torque: 179 foot pounds, RT175 (pictured); 206 foot pounds, RT210
Tractive effort: 11,840 pounds, RT175; 12,359, RT210
Lift height: 127.5 feet