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GEHL Equipment Dealer in Delaware

Gehl Equipment Dealer in Delaware

About GEHL

Gehl manufacturers a variety of large equipment such as skid loaders, track loaders, articulated loaders, compact excavators, and telescopic handlers. Contact Iron Source to learn more about buying or renting Gehl equipment.

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Why Choose GEHL? 

GEHL is a leading manufacturer of heavy equipment based in the US. They produce top-quality skid loaders, track loaders, articulated loaders, compact excavators, and telescopic handlers. GEHL also produces the attachments you need for your equipment to get the job done faster and easier.

Learn more about their products online or choose from our select in-stock inventory in Georgetown or Smyrna, DE. We have GEHL products for sale or rent in Delaware for small contractors to large construction companies. Call Iron Source now to learn about our GEHL equipment availability. Don’t forget to shop our used equipment for sale to add low-mile GEHL equipment to your fleet permanently. 

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GEHL Skid Loaders GEHL Track Loaders GEHL Articulated Loaders GEHL Compact Excavators GEHL Telescopic Handlers

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Long History of American-Made Excellence

It all began in a small blacksmith shop in West Bend, Wisconsin. From these humble beginnings, Gehl Company has grown to be a major force in the compact equipment industry worldwide.

In the past 160 years, the small blacksmith shop has given way to a state-of-the-art research and design center, and Hexelbanks have been replaced by the world’s largest skid loader.

But despite changes in technology and an ever-expanding product line, Gehl has always remained true to its reputation for ingenuity, innovation, and reliability. 

Revolutionary Hexelbank

The Hexelbank Ensilage Cutter revolutionized the way in which farmers made food for their livestock. It was invented by Louis Lucas whose small farm equipment supply store was later acquired by John Gehl, the first Gehl family member to lead the implement company. The Hexelbank retailed for $11.50. This hand-cranked machine saved farmers time and was a predecessor to the modern forage harvester. 

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