Equipment Type

 Boom Trucks


The 45-ton 45142 boom truck has a 142-foot, five-section telescopic boom.

The 45127R Boom Truck has a 45-ton rated capacity and a new design that allows for a 50-state federal bridge legal mounting configuration on five axles.

Rear-mounted 36127R 36-ton boom truck has a five-section boom that is 34 feet 5 inches retracted and 127 feet extended.

Flip Sheave answers the need for a heavy-duty mechanics truck crane boom head that functions in tight or confined spaces, Stellar says.

Rubber-tracked 34127R boom truck is Elliott Equipment’s second-largest model and is designed for rugged terrains.


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