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Link-Belt HTT 8675 All Terrain Crane

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.

January 01, 2010

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 crane has four steering modes for off-road maneuverability: all wheel, diagonal steer, manual steer, and front steer. In all wheel steer mode, minimum turning radius is less than 29 feet. The 8675’s 127 foot formed, greaseless boom uses Link-Belt’s patented latching mechanism. An optional two-piece, 38- to 64-foot bi-fold lattice fly and two optional 16 foot lattice extensions give a maximum tip height of 230 feet. The fly offsets to 2, 15, 30, and 45 degrees.

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