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Extended Warranties Now Offered for Three, Five Years

Sat November 08, 2008 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

JLG Industries Inc., an Oshkosh Corporation company, has developed an extended warranty program for all boom, scissor and all telehandler products sold in the United States and Canada. Customers can extend their warranty to three or five years.

Tim Morris, JLG’s vice president of sales and market development for North America stated, “Our customers look to us for innovative ways to enhance their profitability. In early 2008, we introduced an extended warranty for our ES scissors and the feedback has been outstanding. As a result, we’ve expanded this program to help customers enhance resale value and limit exposure to costly repairs.”

For booms and scissors, a three-year/3,000-hour and a five-year/5,000-hour extended warranty are offered. These two options also are available for telehandlers, with a third option of a five-year/5,000-hour powertrain only option. The extended warranty must be purchased at the time of original equipment purchase. The unused portion of an extended warranty is transferrable upon sale of the equipment.

JLG’s warranty products and processes are a part of Ground Support — initiative to provide aftermarket support throughout the life of the equipment. The extended warranty products are a continuation of the JLG standard warranty. Claims can be processed online via Online Express.

The extended warranty is available for:

• JLG ES scissors

• JLG RT scissors

• JLG LE scissors

• JLG telescopic booms

• JLG articulated booms

• JLG electric and mast booms

• JLG all wheel steer and rear-pivot telehandlers

• Lull telehandlers

• SkyTrak telehandlers

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