The Gehl RS6-34 is a robust and compact telescopic handler that is capable of lifting up to 6,000 pounds and has a maximum reach height of 34 feet.
The Gehl telehandler’s welded box-section boom design, coupled with reinforced C-channels makes the boom stronger than competitive models, giving you greater lift and reach capability. The telehandler’s frame-leveling feature adjusts up to 10 degrees to the right and left, providing more stable performance over uneven terrain.
Operators find the 44-cubic-foot cab spacious and comfortable, providing optimal leg room, as well as 360-degree visibility, a high-back seat for their comfort and side and rear glass to protect the operator from flying debris and dusty wind. The ROPS/FOPS canopy protects the operator from falling objects and roll-over.
The Gehl RS6-34 three steering modes – four-wheel, two-wheel and crab – provide enhanced maneuverability and a steering radius of 12.5 feet.
When you need to lift a pallet of cinder blocks or a bundle of lumber up to a second floor, the RS6-34 does the job, reaching upwards 34.25 feet with a load of up to 4,000 pounds. The telehandler has a maximum forward reach of 23.25 feet while lifting 900 pounds.
The Gehl RS6-34 can be equipped with a variety of attachments that work with the telehandler’s quick-release system, including carriages for masonry and framing, a 48-inch by 66-inch rotating carriage, a 50-inch fork shift, and a 60-inch jib boom with a winch.
Neff Rental rents the Gehl RS6-34 telehandler at its branches coast to coast. For more information about the Gehl RS6-34 telehandler, contact your closest Neff Rental branch at 888-709-NEFF, or visit www.NeffRental.com .