Genie GTH-636 telehandler

The Genie® GTH-636 telehandler is a heavy-duty, yet compact, workhorse for lifting applications in construction, landscaping and agriculture. Powerful features such as four-wheel drive and a turbocharged diesel engine provide reliable performance in the most rugged conditions.


  • Heavy-duty workhorse for lifting applications in construction, landscaping and agriculture
  • Right-side mount engine provides excellent visibility
  • Multi-function proportional joystick control for fast, precise load positioning
  • Proportional frame-leveling chassis — pick up or place loads on up to 10˚ side slopes
Specification Value
Max Lift Capacity 6,000 lb | 2,722 kg
Max Lift Height 36 ft | 10.97 m
Max Forward Reach 21 ft 11 in | 6.68 m
Capacity at Max Height 5,000 lb | 2,268 kg
Capacity at Max Reach 1,500 lb | 680 kg

Cab Configuration

  • Closed cab: Heater, defrost, wipers, washer, split door
  • Closed cab: AC, heater, defrost, wipers, washer, split door
  • Front and top glass
  • Rear Proximity Alarm
  • Rear proximity alarm with camera and display
  • Fire extinguisher

Chassis Options

  • Lift Connect Telematics
  • Lift Connect with Access Manager upgrade
  • Electric block heater
  • Extreme cold weather package
  • Fenders set of four
  • Lojack stolen vehicle recovery system
  • Positive air shutdown system
  • Flashing beacon
  • Work lights: High output LED cab, boom, rear
  • Road and work lights: High output LED front, cab, boom, rear
  • Air-filled rough terrain tires
  • Foam filled Enduro A/T tires
  • Foam-filled rough terrain tires
  • Solid rough terrain tires
  • Lockable battery disconnect

Carriage/Attachment Options

  • Quick-Attach™ Carriage, 48in / 1.2m
  • QA Carriage, 60in / 1.6m
  • QA Carriage, 72in / 1.8m
  • QA Side tilt (rotating) carriage, 48in / 1.2m
  • QA Side tilt (rotating) carriage, 60in / 1.5m
  • QA swing carriage, 72in / 1.8m (45 deg L/R)
  • Pallet forks, 48in (2 × 4 × 48in)/(.05x.1 × 1.2m) - set of 2
  • Pallet forks, 60in (2 × 4 × 60in)/(.05x.1 × 1.5m) - set of 2
  • Pallet forks, 72in (2 × 4 × 72in)/(.05x.1 × 1.8m) - set of 2
  • Cubing tines, 48in (2 × 2 × 48in)/(.05x.05 × 1.2m) - set of 6
  • Lumber forks, 60in (1.75 × 7 × 60in)/(.04x.18 × 1.5m) - set of 2

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