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2018 Skyjack SJ1056 Image
Stock Number: EQC012374
Make: Skyjack
Model: SJ1056
Year: 2018
2018 Skyjack SJ1056 Details
2015 Terex CTT 121A-5 TS16 Image
Stock Number: 600017
Make: Terex
Model: CTT 121A-5 TS16
Year: 2015
2015 Terex CTT 121A-5 TS16 Details
2007 Potain HDT80 Image
Stock Number: 600194
Make: Potain
Model: HDT80
Year: 2007
2007 Potain HDT80 Details
2013 Hyundai 110D-7E Image
Stock Number: EQU010604
Make: Hyundai
Model: 110D-7E
Year: 2013
2013 Hyundai 110D-7E Details
2012 Miller Big Blue 400D Image
Stock Number: 231276
Make: Miller
Model: Big Blue 400D
Year: 2012
2012 Miller Big Blue 400D Details
2008 Combilift C12000SL Image
Stock Number: EQU008108
Make: Combilift
Model: C12000SL
Year: 2008
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Terex Cranes

Terex Cranes

The all-terrain crane is considered in the crane business as being a luxury model of a mobile hydraulic crane. It has the status of being similar to driving a Range Rover or a Hummer on pavement. All-terrain cranes are considered to be a hybrid between a rough terrain crane and mobile truck crane. One more remarkable quality of this machinery is its multi-functional ability to be able to navigate through all kinds of off-road terrain. One of the main selling characteristics of this specific crane is that it travels equally well at high speeds down roads.

The Very First Rough Terrain Crane
The very first rough terrain crane was put on the market by Grove during the year 1959. The crane was intended for use and designed to handle many tasks on construction sites. The industrial strength of the crane's tires can handle all types of difficult terrain and can transport small loads in carry mode. During the 1970s, Grove launched the 4 axle Super-RT 1650 model. This model has an 82.8 meter or 270 foot height under hook in production, in addition to a 135 ton lifting capacity. At the end of the day, the rough terrain crane would become the company's most notable equipment through the years.

The Crane's Disadvantages
Amongst the major drawbacks of the rough terrain crane was the problem that it was not capable of being driven on public highways with any other traffic. Japan was the only nation in the globe that would make an exception to this rule. In addition, one more issue occurred when the crane's lowered boom tended to block the right and left views of the driver, depending upon how the cap was placed. All the issues with the crane's design ended up being both hazardous and severe and lead to a lot of accidents with RT cranes, especially when turning. Therefore, low-loaders, lowboys, flatbeds were utilized as the main way of transporting rough terrain cranes.

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