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 All Terrain Cranes

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With a rated lift capacity of 140 tons, the Link-Belt HTC-3140 hydraulic truck crane uses a five-section, full-power, latching boom that extends from 41.4 to 162 feet.

Link-Belt ATC-3275 all-terrain crane, rated at 275 tons lift capacity has a seven-section, full-power boom that extends from 43.7 to 223 feet

New to the U.S. market, Grove’s GMK6300L all-terrain crane features a 262-foot, seven-section Twin-Lock boom that can lift 13 tons; optional 121-foot jib is available for additional reach.

Rear-wheel steering improves steering Link-Belt Construction Equipment’s 75- ton HTT-8675 Series II all-terrain crane by turning up to seven degrees at speeds 15 mph. The 8675’s 127 foot formed, greaseless boom uses Link-Belt’s patented latching mechanism.

Manitowoc’s Grove GSK55 combines a Grove GMK3055 all-terrain crane upper with a specially-designed chassis that acts as a trailer. Customers then use the truck tractor of their choice to transport the crane.

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#Telematics data will eventually go into databases, bcz it will be useful to the organization, not just the fleet. ...
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Calling BS on munis... http://t.co/796FMPGdJE
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1/2: Drivers use apps that detect unmarked red-light cameras that munis say improve public safety...or are they just revenue-generators?
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