GVM Introduces T380 Prowler

The GVM Prowler T380 is designed to have a light footprint but large carrying capacity. The machine features a fully mechanical, all-wheel drive chassis and is now available with a 4-wheel steer option. New LSW tires offer higher clearance and lower compaction. The Prowler T380 has near equal weight distribution, and it applies 11 pounds-per-square-inch less pressure to the ground compared with a three-wheeled floater.  

The Prowler T380 can carry 11 tons or 1800 gallons. For spreader configurations, this Prowler can be paired with the new GVM Double Duty Twin Chain or the New Leader NL5000G5 (in addition to previously available spreaders). And for sprayers, individual nozzle control is now standard on GVM and Pommier boom systems.

The Prowler T390 is powered by a Tier 4 Final compliant Cummins QSL9 380 hp engine. And the hood has been redesigned. This Prowler is auto-steer ready. 


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