Gehl 2600 Specificationsby Michael Scarn
The Gehl Corporation, one of the oldest manufacturing companies in the Midwest, has produced a variety of construction equipment since 1859. Skid steer loaders have been a part of the company's line of products throughout its existence, including the Gehl 2600, which was produced from 1991 to 1998.
The base model 2600 weighs 5,440 lbs. and has a wheelbase 37.1 inches. Its maximum reach is a total of 23 inches and it has a lift height to the pin of 114.8 inches.
Bucket and Load Capacity
The base 2600 is equipped with a 65-inch bucket. The Gehl Corporation also offers an optional 60-inch bucket with the 2600. This machine has a rated operated load capacity of 1,350 lbs. and an SAE tip rating load of 2,700 lbs.
Engine and Tires
The standard 2600 has a four-cylinder Kubota diesel engine with ROPS features. The engine produces up to 47 horsepower and a CID of 134. This skid steer loader comes standard with 10-by-16.5 tires.
Michael Scarn is a legal, automotive, fitness, business and aviation writer. He has been a professional writer since 2006. Scarn holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy from Brigham Young University as well as a Master of Business Administration and a Juris Doctorate—both from the University of Nevada at Las Vegas.