Manitou North America will showcase rental products across its Manitou, Gehl, and Mustang by Manitou brands at Booth 6357/6353 at the ARA show in Anaheim, Calif., next week. IndyCar series driver and Manitou North American ambassador Graham Rahal will also host a meet and greet event at the company’s booth on Monday, Feb. 18, from noon to 4 p.m. Visitors can have the opportunity to win a VIP Experience at Long Beach Grand Prix, including four VIP tickets, dinner with Graham Rahal and hotel accommodations.
The new Gehl RT 105 track loader is designed for the rental industry and will be on display. The model is compact but still delivers a rated operating capacity of 1,050 pounds. The RT105 is 50.8 inches wide, 71.5 inches tall and 4,720 pounds, designed for tight spaces and easy transport. The RT105 track loader is powered by a 35-hp Yanmar engine with 80 foot-pounds of torque.
Gehl is also offering the new Gehl RS4-14 telescopic handler, slightly less than 60 inches wide and 75 inches tall, the most compact model in the Gehl telehandler line. It has a maximum lift capacity of 4,400 pounds, lift height of 14 feet, 3 inches and outreach of nine feet.
Manitou North America will showcase two Manitou mobile elevating work platforms – the MAN’GO 33 and ATJ 46+. The MAN’GO was designed on input directly from rental customers with key features including a compact size. It holds 500 pounds and reaches up to 32 feet 6 inches using an articulation system with a single lifting cylinder. The center of gravity is lower on the MAN’GO 33 with the engine located inside the chassis, which adds stability and reduces the overall weight.
The Manitou ATJ 46+ MEWO is designed for high-capacity jobs. It features a 7-feet-7 inches by 3-feet platform that holds up to 900 pounds without restriction. The unit has a maximum platform height of 45 feet 6 inches and horizontal outreach of 28 feet 3 inches. Both the MAN’GO 33 and ATJ 46+ are diesel-powered units. Manitou’s North American MEWP line includes five models, both diesel and electric, lifting from 33 feet to 49 feet. All are engineered to comply with new North American ANSI standards, the company said.