Equipment Type

 All Terrain Cranes

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The five-axle GMK5150 and GMK5150L all-terrain cranes replace the GMK5130-2 and GMK5110-1, respectively

The GMK4100L-1 all-terrain crane is a four-axle unit with 100 tons of capacity.

The five-axle Grove GMK5180-1 and GMK5200-1 all-terrain cranes have several boom and jib combinations.

The five-axle, Grove GMK5250L all-terrain crane, with a rated lift capacity of 300 tons, uses a seven-section Grove Megaform main boom

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.

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