Designed with utility companies in mind, the 34127R BoomTruck features a rear-mounted 127-foot boom with a 34-ton rated capacity mounted on a 15SXW-HF PowerTraxx vehicle.
Designed with utility companies in mind, the 34127R BoomTruck features a rear-mounted 127-foot boom with a 34-ton rated capacity mounted on a 15SXW-HF PowerTraxx vehicle. It is the largest tracked BoomTruck ever mounted by Elliott, with a maximum tip height of 137 feet and a jib/platform option with a maximum platform height of 186 feet. The 275-horsepower vehicle allows operators to maneuver the boom truck into inaccessible areas using two sets of 40-inch-wide D-dent tracks and a hydrostatic drive system. Features include an enclosed crane control cab with heating/AC, a 12,800-pound bare drum pull boom winch, and an optional 30,000-pound low mount recovery winch.
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