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    • Grove RT 540 E, 2015, Rough Terrain CranesGrove RT540EMaximum lift capacity: No, Additional Information: Description: 2015 Grove RT540E S/N: 234835 40 Ton Capacity Approx. 3,153 Hours 102’ Main Boom 26’ – 45’ Off-settable Jib Heat & A/C G

      Rough Terrain Cranes
      2015 3,153 h
      United States, Branchburg, New Jersey
      7d

      On Request
    • Grove GMK 5165, 2013, Mobile and all terrain cranesGrove GMK 5165BBoom length: 5059.68, Jib length of crane: 1798.32, Carrier engine: Merecedes Benz OM502LA Tier 4i Engine, Counterweight: 88400, Upper engine: Mercedes Benz OM904LA Tier III Engine, Carrier type: Wheeled, Additional Information: One (1) Used 2013 Grove GMK5165B, S/N: 5110-6051, 165 Ton Capacity Hydraulic All Terrain Crane with

      Mobile and all terrain cranes
      2013 7,607 h
      United States, South Easton, MA
      7d

      835,000 USD
    • Grove GMK 5210, 2000, Mobile and all terrain cranesGrove GMK5210Maximum lift capacity: No, Additional Information: Description: Grove GMK-5210 Jib Inserts (known as GMK-5180 in Europe). Two 26 ft. (8 meter) inserts / lattice jib extensions from GMK5210 /

      Mobile and all terrain cranes
      2000
      United States, Salt Lake City, Utah
      7d

      On Request
    • Grove GMK 5210, 2000, Mobile and all terrain cranesGrove GMK5210Maximum lift capacity: No, Additional Information: Description: Grove GMK-5210 Jib Inserts (known as GMK-5180 in Europe). Two 26 ft. (8 meter) inserts / lattice jib extensions from GMK5210 /

      Mobile and all terrain cranes
      2000
      United States, Salt Lake City, Utah
      7d

      On Request
    • Grove RT 770 E, 2015, Rough Terrain CranesGrove RT770EMaximum lift capacity: 70000, Additional Information: Description: Available 12-30-2019 2015 Grove RT770E well maintained by Grove factory trained technicians. Block and headache ball. Unit has

      Rough Terrain Cranes
      2015 4,020 h
      United States, Maitland, Florida

      453,600 USD
    • Grove RT 9150 E, 2012, Rough Terrain CranesGrove RT9150EMaximum lift capacity: 150000, Additional Information: Description: 2012 GROVE RT-9150E 150 US Ton Rough Terrain Crane. Current Hours: 6,222 As Of October 15, 2019. Boom: 42 ft - 197 feet (60 Met

      Rough Terrain Cranes
      2012 6,222 h
      United States, Phoenix, Arizona

      650,000 USD
    • Grove GMK 5165, 2007, Mobile and all terrain cranesGrove GMK5165Maximum lift capacity: 165000, Additional Information: Description: 2007 GROVE GMK-5165 165 US TON CLASS (130 METRIC TON) ALL TERRAIN CRANE. Boom: 197 ft. (60 meter) 6-section full power boom.

      Mobile and all terrain cranes
      2007
      United States, N/A, Wyoming

      500,000 USD
    • Grove GMK 5120 B, 2004, Mobile and all terrain cranesGrove GMK5120BMaximum lift capacity: 120000, Additional Information: Description: 2004 GROVE GMK-5120B 120 US TON (100 METRIC TON) ALL TERRAIN CRANE WITH A VERY STRONG CHART! 167(51m) 5 Section Full Power Meg

      Mobile and all terrain cranes
      2004
      United States, BALTIMORE, Maryland

      375,000 USD
    • Grove GMK 5165, 2007, Mobile and all terrain cranesGrove GMK5165Maximum lift capacity: 165000, Additional Information: Description: 2007 GROVE GMK-5165 165 US Ton Class (130 Metric Ton) All Terrain Crane. Boom: 197 ft. (60 meter) 6-section full power boom Ji

      Mobile and all terrain cranes
      2007
      United States, BALTIMORE, Maryland

      On Request
    • Grove GMK 5120 B, 2003, Mobile and all terrain cranesGrove GMK5120BMaximum lift capacity: 120000, Additional Information: Description: 2003 GROVE GMK-5120B *ONLY 7,000 HOURS AND 32,000 MILES! 120 US TON (100 METRIC TON) ALL TERRAIN CRANE. MAIN BOOM: 167(51m)

      Mobile and all terrain cranes
      2003 7,000 h
      United States, Chicago, Illinois

      On Request
    • Grove RT 65, Rough Terrain CranesGrove RT65Maximum lift capacity: No, Additional Information: Description: Work-ready rough terrain crane in original condition. Ex military machine. Express Financing Get a Inventory Location: Bruce

      Rough Terrain Cranes

      United States, Spartanburg, South Carolina

      52,000 USD
    • Grove RT 760 E, 2007, Rough Terrain CranesGrove RT760EMaximum lift capacity: 60000, Additional Information: Description: 2007 Grove RT760E - 60 ton capacity - 12,150 lbs counterweight - 35'-110' main boom - four section - 32'-56' bi-fold swing away

      Rough Terrain Cranes
      2007 6,900 h
      United States, San Leandro, California

      169,000 USD
    • Grove GMK 5165-2, 2009, Mobile and all terrain cranesGrove GMK5165-2Maximum lift capacity: 165000, Additional Information: Description: 2009 GROVE GMK 5165-2 165 US Ton Class (130 Metric Ton) All Terrain Crane. Boom: 197 ft. (60 meter) 6-section full power boom J

      Mobile and all terrain cranes
      2009 6,604 h
      United States, BALTIMORE, Maryland

      On Request
    • Grove GMK 7550, 2012, Mobile and all terrain cranesGrove GMK7550Maximum lift capacity: 550000, Additional Information: Description: GROVE GMK-7550 550 US TON ALL TERRAIN CRANE BOOM: 197 FEET (60 METERS) LUFFING JIB: 230 FEET (70 METERS) 2 WINCHES. 20.5R25 TIR

      Mobile and all terrain cranes
      2012
      United States, Norfolk, Virginia

      On Request
    • Grove GMK 6350, 2008, Mobile and all terrain cranesGrove GMK6350Maximum lift capacity: No, Additional Information: Description: 2008 GROVE GMK-6350 350 US Ton/300 Metric Ton All Terrain Crane with Luffing Jib 197 Feet (60 meters) full power boom + Fix

      Mobile and all terrain cranes
      2008
      United States, BALTIMORE, Maryland

      On Request
    • Grove RT 540 E, 2008, Rough Terrain CranesGrove RT540EMaximum lift capacity: 40000, Additional Information: Description: SPECIFICATIONS Capacity 40 Boom 102 Jib 26-45 Engine Cummins Winch 2 ADDITIONAL DETAILS Cummins QSB6.7 A/C Rooster sheave Jo

      Rough Terrain Cranes
      2008
      United States, San Leandro, California

      150,000 USD
    • Grove RT 9130 E, 2007, Rough Terrain CranesGrove RT9130EMaximum lift capacity: 130000, Additional Information: Description: SPECIFICATIONS Capacity 130 Boom 160 Jib 59 Engine Cummins ADDITIONAL DETAILS 130 ton capacity 40,000 counterweight 42'-160

      Rough Terrain Cranes
      2007
      United States, Houston, Texas

      250,000 USD
    • Grove RT 522 B, 1998, Rough Terrain CranesGrove RT522BMaximum lift capacity: 22000, Additional Information: Description: Cummins engine. Max. Lift 44,000lbs. Max Height 70ft. 3 section boom Express Financing Get a Inventory Location: Bruce Equ

      Rough Terrain Cranes
      1998 7,509 h
      United States, Spartanburg, South Carolina

      35,000 USD
    • Grove RT 760 E, 2003, Rough Terrain CranesGrove RT760EMaximum lift capacity: 60000, Additional Information: Description: 2003 Grove RT760E, 60 ton, 110' boom plus 33'-56' jib, Cummins diesel, 2 winches, AC cab, block & ball, 14,000 hour. Express F

      Rough Terrain Cranes
      2003 14,000 h
      United States, Solon, Ohio

      129,000 USD
    • Grove GMK 5165-2, 2012, Mobile and all terrain cranesGrove GMK5165-2Maximum lift capacity: 165000, Additional Information: Description: 2012 GROVE GMK 5165-2 165 US Ton Class (130 Metric Ton) All Terrain Crane. Boom: 197 ft. (60 meter) 6-section full power boom J

      Mobile and all terrain cranes
      2012 4,477 h
      United States, BALTIMORE, Maryland

      On Request

    Some of the most popular models of Grove cranes are the Grove RT850B, the Grove RT75S, and the Grove RT890E . All of these Grove crane models are rough terrain cranes, meaning they are designed for optimal performance in uneven and rugged types of earth surfaces. The Grove RT850B is a proven machine that is equipped with a six cylinder Cummins engine, three-way steering, and hydraulic outriggers, to highlight some of its best features. This machine is powerful, and offers an enclosed cab for easy driving and operator protection, if things such as inclement weather come up on the job. The RT75S is an older model of crane, but it nevertheless still retains popularity in the used crane market especially because of its 50 ton block and tough Cat Diesel engine. This mode of crane also features an enclosed cab, and its large, grooved tires make it especially adept at traversing and completing work in less than ideal conditions. Lastly, the Grove RT890E is a newer model of crane that emphasizes the comfort of the operator, while still delivering all the power it can possibly give. With an air-conditioned cabin, an OTR monitoring system, a wind speed indicator, a 141' main boom, and two hoists, this heavy duty crane is built to last, and fitted for technological superiority that makes it stand out from many other used cranes on the market.

    One of the biggest types of Grove crane is the Grove TMS9000E . This monstrosity of a machine has a 42' main boom, as well as a 56' jib, putting it above some of the aforementioned Grove cranes in terms of size. The TMS9000E also packs a ton of power into its massive frame as a 110 ton hydraulic truck crane, making it one of the strongest models of Grove cranes on the market. In this particular instance, size and strength tend to positively correlate, leaving the TMS9000E as the pinnacle example of an all-terrain vehicular crane that delivers big-time in both mass and performance. One of the faster types of Grove cranes is the Grove RT880E . This machine is equipped with a Cummins QSB6. 7L turbo-charged, six cylinder Diesel engine, leaving it with speedy capabilities. However, the RT880E doesn't exactly skimp out on power offered, either. This fantastic piece of heavy equipment still packs 80 ton capacity, and it's specialization for rough terrain also gives it an added benefit for construction jobs and other forms of work that may take place in more rugged landscapes. Despite their differences, both the TMS9000E and the RT880E alike are potentially excellent options for heavy-duty construction work, but their respective differences categorize them each as better for different types of work, depending on the conditions and terms of the work required of them.

    In the world of vehicular cranes, a few differences exist in what makes a particular crane best suited for a certain type of job. One of the biggest differentiating factors in cranes is the type of terrain specializations that the marketplace of hoisting machinery offers to potential buyers. A rough terrain crane is specifically designed to flourish from a work perspective in off-road or rough surface conditions. These cranes are great for construction projects in rockier topography, such as mountainous regions and uneven, hilly areas. On the other hand, all-terrain cranes are designed to be effective in both smooth surfaces like roads and also efficient in rougher terrain. A tracked crane is another common type of crane, but this style of machine does not have uncovered tires in the same way that some all-terrain and rough terrain cranes do. Tracked cranes are also commonly referred to as crawler cranes, because they are fitted with tank-like tracks, which act like conveyor belts that propel the crane forward.

    CONEXPO-cON/aGG is an expo that frequently features some of the latest technologies and some of the best manufacturers in the construction industry. Grove, whose parent manufacturer is Manitowoc, has featured some of their best crane models in the past at the expo, and the next event is slated to be held in Las Vegas, Nevada. More Grove equipment will be on display at this exhibition, and it is to be held on March 10-14 of 2020. If you are looking to acquire more information about Grove cranes, the construction industry, or some of the newest innovations in building technology, attending CONEXPO-cON/aGG may be a beneficial thing for you in the long run. While nearly three years out, big things are already in store for the next CONEXPO-cON/aGG event, as global giants in the building industry such as Grove and Manitowoc prepare some of their flagship cranes to showcase.

    At Mascus USA, you can fulfill all of your used heavy equipment needs, particularly when it comes to Grove cranes. By simply registering into the online database, you can have access to listing your own used cranes and also get valuable information from sellers of used cranes in just a few easy steps. Mascus USA offers one of the most comprehensive and globally-recognized used heavy equipment marketplaces on the map, and our site is sure to leave you with ample selections to choose from. For buyers and sellers of used construction equipment alike, the best choices of Grove cranes are updated in our on line database on a regular basis.