GTH-1256

Telehandlers

Genie GTH-1256 telehandler

[Discontinued Product] The Genie® GTH™-1256 telehandler delivers productivity with a large lifting capacity, high reach and compact maneuverability. And, this telehandler is built to perform, featuring a military-grade chassis design, standard Genie Quick-Attach™ system and auxiliary hydraulics. The right-side mount engine and a rear-mounted boom support design offers exceptional operator visibility.

Overview

  • Ideal lifting applications in construction, landscaping and agriculture
  • Ideal for loading/unloading and moving/placing materials, as well as jobsite cleanup
  • Proportional frame-leveling chassis — pick up or place loads on up to 7˚ side slopes
  • Multi-function proportional joystick control for fast, precise load positioning
  • Full-time 4WD and 4WS
Specification Value
Max Lift Capacity 12,000 lb | 5,450 kg
Max Lift Height 56 ft | 17.07 m
Max Forward Reach 42 ft | 12.80 m
Capacity at Max Height 7,000 lb | 3,250 kg
Capacity at Max Reach 3,500 lb | 1,588 kg
Load chart - Genie GTH-1256 telehandler
Cab Configuration
  • Front and top glass
  • Fully enclosed cab:  full glass, heater, defroster, wipers, washer and split door
  • Fully enclosed cab with air conditioner:  full glass, heater, defroster, wipers, washer and split door

Tire Options

  • Foam-filled rough terrain tires

Carriage/Attachment Options

  • 48 in. manual Quick-Attach™ carriage
  • 60 in. QA carriage
  • 72 in. QA carriage
  • 60 in. QA side tilt (rotating) carriage
  • 72 in. QA side tilt (rotating) carriage
  • 60 in Dual positioning fork carriage
  • 7 ft. QA - 4,400 lb Truss Boom
  • 96 in. QA Heavy duty bucket with bolt on cutting edge,  .87/1.0 yd3 struck/heaped
  • 96 in QA Rubbish bucket
  • Genie Hydralic Quick-Attach

Fork Options

  • 48 in. pallet forks (2 x 4 x 48 in.)
  • Set of two 60 in. pallet forks, 2 x 4 x 60 in.
  • Set of two 72 in. pallet forks, 2.4 x 5.9 x 72 in.

Accessories

  • Cold Weather Package (includes engine block heater, oil pan heater, battery blanket)
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Flashing beacon
  • Work lights: Boom, Front, and Rear
  • Road lights: 2 chassis mounted turn /headlights , 1 backup, 2 rear/stop/turn/tail
  • Rear proximity alarm
  • Rear backup camera
  • LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System

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