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Skyjack Back in Boom Lifts

The 40-foot-tall SJ40T and 45-foot-tall (40-foot boom with 5-foot jib) SJ45T are the first models in what will be a full line marking Skyjack's reentry to the telescopic boom lifts. The lifts have what Skyjack calls Continuous Drive and Steer Directional Sensing, which automatically adjusts control inputs based on the operator's position relative to the base.

December 01, 2006

Skyjack telescopic boom liftThe 40-foot-tall SJ40T and 45-foot-tall (40-foot boom with 5-foot jib) SJ45T are the first models in what will be a full line marking Skyjack's reentry to the telescopic boom lifts. The lifts have what Skyjack calls Continuous Drive and Steer Directional Sensing, which automatically adjusts control inputs based on the operator's position relative to the base. They can drive while extended to full height and offer 360-degree continuous turret rotation and up to 180-degree platform rotation.

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