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    • Grove TMS 9000 E, 2016, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksGrove TMS9000EAdditional Information: Rear Axles: 4 Odometer: 4328 Miles Description: 2016 Grove TMS-9000E with:- 142’ Boom- 33’-56’ Two Piece Jib- Cummins QSM11 with approxim

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      2016
      United States, Lancaster, South Carolina
      24h

      On Request
    • Grove TMS 9000 E, 2013, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksGrove TMS9000EAdditional Information: Description: SPECIFICATIONS Capacity (US ton) 110 Boom (ft) 142 Jib (ft) 33-56 Engine Cummins Winch 2 48,500 lb Counterweight Hydraulically

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      2013
      United States, San Leandro, California
      7d

      On Request
    • Link-Belt HC-268, 1984, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksLink-Belt HC-268Additional Information: Description: 1984 Linkbelt HC268 250 Ton Cap Detroit Up and Down 230' Boom Good Condition Contact Brad Snipes 214-741-1411 or 469-337-2696

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      1984
      United States, Mesquite, Texas
      7d

      On Request
    • Link-Belt HC-278 H II, 2007, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksLink-Belt HC-278H IIAdditional Information: Description: 2007 Linkbelt HC278HII 300 Ton Cap 330’ Main Boom 100’ Jib 210’ Luffer Detroit Diesel Up and Down Full ABCDE Upper Counterweigh

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      2007
      United States, Mesquite, Texas

      On Request
    • Terex Roadmaster 9000, 2014, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksTerex ROADMASTER 9000Additional Information: Description: 2014 TEREX ROADMASTER 9000 JIB FOR TEREX ROADMASTER 9000. ALSO MAY FIT TEREX DEMAG AC100. 32.8 ft / 62.3 ft; Double folding

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      2014
      United States, Tulsa, Oklahoma

      On Request
    • Link-Belt HTC-8675 II, 2012, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksLink-Belt HTC-8675 IIAdditional Information: Description: 2012 LINK BELT HTC-8675-II 75 TON Hydraulic Truck Crane 127' Boom 38’ to 64' Jib Link Belt LMI Auxiliary Boom Sheave Main and A

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      2012
      United States, Norfolk, Virginia

      On Request
    • Terex T 560, 2007, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksTerex T560Additional Information: Odometer: 80101 Miles Description: 2007 Terex T560 Serial Number 14550 60 Ton Capacity 110' Main Boom 33'-57' Jib Detroit 60 Engine E

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      2007
      United States, Fort Pierce, Florida

      On Request
    • National NBT30H, 2019, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksNational NBT30H-2Crane make: National, Engine power: 425, Transmission: Eaton Ultra-Shift Plus Transmission, Gross weight: 29937.1, Tank volume: 276.33, Color: White, Additional Information: One (1) New 2019 National NBT30H100-2, S/N: 301697, 30 Ton Capacity Hydraulic Crane - Crane Specifications - 29’ to 100' Four

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      2019
      United States, Shady Grove, PA

      On Request
    • National 14127A, 2007, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksNational 14127ACrane make: National, Transmission: Mercedes MBE4000 Diesel Engine - Fuller RTO14908LL, Additional Information: One (1) Used 2007 National 14127A, S/N: 294218, 33 Ton Capacity Hydraulic Crane - Crane Specifications - 31 Ft 7 In to 127 Ft Telescopin

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      2007 199,515 miles
      United States, Manchester, CT

      175,000 USD
    • International 4300, 2008, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksInternational 4300Additional Information: VIN: 1HTMMAAN58H417751 Engine Manufacturer: International Transmission Speed: Automatic Steering Wheel Side: Left Hand Drive Fuel Type: Dies

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      2008
      United States, Des Moines, Iowa

      34,500 USD
    • Link-Belt HTC-8675 II, 2012, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksLink-Belt HTC-8675 IIAdditional Information: Description: 2012 LINK BELT HTC-8675-II 75 TON Hydraulic Truck Crane 127' Boom 38’ to 64' Jib Link Belt LMI Auxiliary Boom Sheave Main and A

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      2012
      United States, BALTIMORE, Maryland

      395,000 USD
    • Link-Belt HTC-8690, 2008, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksLink-Belt HTC-8690Additional Information: Description: 2008 HTC8690 140’ main boom 58’ jib Miles 90632 Hours 14334 39500lbs counterweights 2-16’ jib inserts 1-ball 1- 1 sheeve block

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      2008
      United States, San Leandro, California

      259,000 USD
    • Ford F 450, 2007, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksFord F 450Transmission: Cocle T 5 Speed Automatic Torqshift , Color: White, Additional Information: 2007 Ford F450 XL Super Duty ;Altec AT200 Bucket Truck VIN: 1FDXF46y77EB19920 Mileage: 196755 Motor: Ford Catalyst 6.8 Liter V10 Group

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      2007 196,753 miles
      United States, Tullahoma, TN

      9,500 USD
    • Terex T 340-1, 2019, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksTerex T340-1Engine power: 300, Additional Information: Description: New 2019 Terex Model T340-1 Serial Number 220663 (40 U.S. Ton Truck Crane) Preferred Equipment with Tier 4 Cummins diesel engi

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      2019
      United States, Bridgeview, Illinois

      515,000 USD
    • Grove TMS 900 E, 2006, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksGrove TMS900EAdditional Information: Odometer: 116651 Miles Description: 90 Ton Hydraulic Truck Crane, 142 ft. main boom, 33-56 ft. swing away extension, Tilt cab 15 degrees, C

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      2006
      United States, Lancaster, South Carolina

      285,000 USD
    • Link-Belt HC-248 H, 1999, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksLink-Belt HC-248HAdditional Information: Odometer: 1300 Miles Description: Description: 1999 LINKBELT HC-248H 7,200 HRS ON CRANE UPPER 1,300 MILES ON CRANE CARRIER 200-TON CRANE CAR

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      1999
      United States, New Hudson, Michigan

      675,000 USD
    • Link-Belt HC-248 H, 1997, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksLink-Belt HC-248HAdditional Information: Description: SPECIFICATIONS Capacity (US ton) 200 Boom (ft) 195 Jib (ft) 30 Express Financing Get a Inventory Location: BIGGE CRANE AND RI

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      1997
      United States, San Leandro, California

      On Request
    • American 5470, 1977, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksAmerican 5470Engine power: 228, Additional Information: Transmission Speed: 5 Spd Odometer: 27000 Miles Description: GOOD WELL MAINTAINED 60 TON CRANE, USED DAILY IN YARD, NO LEAKS, WORK READY, GM

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      1977
      United States, Fort Wayne, Indiana

      39,900 USD
    • American 7510, 1969, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksAmerican 7510Additional Information: Description: SPECIFICATIONS Capacity 100 Boom 110 Jib 60 Express Financing Get a Inventory Location: BIGGE CRANE AND RIGGING CO (M) - San

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      1969
      United States, San Leandro, California

      72,500 USD
    • Link-Belt HTC-8675, 2006, Boom / Crane / Bucket TrucksLink-Belt HTC-8675Additional Information: Description: One (1) Used 2006 Link-Belt Hydraulic Truck Crane model HTC8675 (75 US ton) With all standard equipment Specs: ·

      Boom / Crane / Bucket Trucks
      2006
      United States, Tulsa, Oklahoma

      350,000 USD

    Modern crane technology can be traced back to 1851 when the first steam-powered crane was invented. But it wasn't until nearly one hundred years later in 1947 that the Swedish company Hydrauliska Industri AB (Hiab) devised to mobilize the cranes for more efficient use and traveling. Hiab also created the method of using the trucks engine to provide hydraulic power for the cranes instead of them having to use a separate engine.

    When looking to buy a crane truck for your company, there are many factors to consider when picking the perfect machine that fits your needs. The first question to address, obviously, is how high the job requires you to be and how much weight you anticipate the crane having to bear. Different size lowers (front of truck) and uppers (crane and back of truck) will determine the lifting power and outstretching distance of each crane truck. When analyzing these factors one must also remember that if extending the hydraulic crane a long distance horizontally is required, extra stability may be necessary to avoid tipping the vehicle. In addition to the weight of the truck, stability comes in the form of mechanical legs called outriggers. These legs either touch or dig into the ground to prevent and tipping of the crane truck. Along with the stability is the importance of terrain. Look at what type of tires the crane truck has on it and make sure that they correlate with the type of terrain it will endure during its use. Lastly, when considering which crane truck best suits the needs of your operation, consider the different methodologies of acquiring one. Buying new machinery is always an exciting experience, but it can also be one of the least cost efficient options. When these new vehicles are purchased they lose significant resale value after their first onsite use. Essentially, you are paying extra simply for something that has not been used. The other two options available to those in the market for crane trucks are renting and buying used. When lifting is only needed for a very short period of time, renting a crane truck may be a viable option to get the job done. However, if the project has an average timeline often the best economical option is to buy a used crane truck. Unlike buying new, finding a used crane truck that fits your needs will you save money and still accomplish all your tasks.

    Crane trucks are typically divided into two separate categories based on the intended functionality of their boom. Traditionally, while most people think of cranes being used exclusively for lifting construction equipment and other heavy objects, crane trucks often are fitted with buckets that can be occupied by one to two people. This allows workers to be lifted in hard to reach areas and situations in order to accomplish difficult tasks. One example of a field that frequently uses crane trucks with buckets are workers in the electric power industry. In order to access power lines, electric companies leverage the lifting range of crane trucks to get their technicians close to and remedy any issues. When heavy lifting is required crane trucks will possess an attachment such as a hook, chains, straps, or a mixture of different fasteners that enable the boom to lift and place materials where needed. This is most commonly used in the construction industry when building structures with multiple levels. At times, these two different types of crane trucks can be seen side by side with one crane moving and setting materials while workers in a bucket follow behind securing and putting final touches on the section the lifting crane has placed.

    If you would like to learn more about crane trucks, check out Orlando's annual Lifting & Loading Handling Expo hosted by NACB. Every fall thousands of crane operators from around the world gather for training, seminars, and hands-on exercises pertaining to every industry that cranes effect. One of the biggest highlights of the Lifting & Loading Handling Expo are their mobile crane simulators. You will have the chance to sit in a crane cab and operate a virtual crane on a screen to better understand different types of cranes and how to operate them in different environments and industries.

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