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Link-Belt

The Link-Belt HTC-8675 Series II telescopic-boom truck crane has a rated lift capacity of 75 tons and is fitted with a 127-foot telescopic boom that employs Link-Belt’s latching technology.

October 01, 2007

The Link-Belt HTC-8675 Series II telescopic-boom truck crane has a rated lift capacity of 75 tons and is fitted with a 127-foot telescopic boom that employs Link-Belt’s latching technology. The boom has four extension modes (EM1-EM4) that assist in best configuring the boom for specific lifts. Teflon pucks imbedded into the wear pads provide greaseless lubrication of the boom sections. Available as options are a two-piece, 38-64-foot bi-fold lattice fly and two 16-foot lattice extensions. The crane’s maximum tip height with appropriate options in place is 203 feet. The fly offsets to 2, 15, 30 and 45 degrees. Powering the HTC-8675 Series II is Caterpillar C-13 diesel engine rated at 445 horsepower and 1,550 pounds-feet of torque. The new unit’s ZF AS-Tronic automated manual transmission has 12 forward gears and two reverse gears, and drivability is enhanced with cruise control and engine-compression braking. The HTT version of the new model provides four-mode steering to enhance maneuverability.

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