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Unlike stationary cranes, crane trucks — also called truck-mounted cranes — are able to travel on the highway, eliminating the need for special equipment to transport the crane to a work site. They are comprised of two parts: the carrier, or “lower”, and the lifting component or “upper.” Ranging in lift capacity from approximately 14.5 tons to 1,300 tons, most are able to rotate to 180 degrees. Although unable to lift as much as stationary cranes, truck cranes are often used to relocate materials around a job site. Construction Equipment Guide lists used crane trucks for sale from more than two dozen manufacturers, including International, JLG, Grove, Kenworth, Mack, National, Sterling and Tadano. You can find new and used truck cranes for sale from the leading equipment manufacturers right here.



VIDEO: Exact Crane Now Offering Tadano's New Truck Cranes

With Tadano cranes gaining market share across the United States, the demand has grown for a Tadano truck crane, according to the manufacturer. After more than 10 years since offering a truck crane option in North America, Tadano did its research and developed a solution, the company said....


Cropac Equipment Purchases First Tadano GT-800XL-2 in Canada

Cropac Equipment has been serving the heavy equipment needs of Canadian contractors since 1977, and it recently purchased the first GT-800XL-2 in Canada. Cropac is Tadano's distributor for Canada, and this new 80-ton truck crane (5-section 154.3 ft....


Davis Crane Service Purchases First Tadano GT-1200XL-2 in U.S.

Davis Crane Service has been serving the hoisting needs of Texas contractors and businesses for more than 60 years. In fact, President Dennis Davis has been in the business for more than 50 years and is a stalwart among crane owners around the Lonestar State....


Sims Crane & Equipment Co. Purchases First Tadano GT-800XL-2 in United States

Sims Crane & Equipment Co. has been serving the heavy equipment needs of contractors for more than six decades with crane leasing and sales across Florida. Sims has a large fleet of Tadano all-terrain cranes, and it is now the first company to own the new GT-800XL-2 truck crane (5-section 154.3 ft....


Tadano Introduces GT-1200XL-2, GT-800XL-2 Truck Cranes

Tadano announced two new truck crane models for the United States and Canada, expanding the range of lifting solutions for customers in those markets. With their low axle weight, narrow transport width and long boom designs, the new Tadano GT-1200XL-2 and GT-800XL-2 can easily get special permitting for transport, making them ideal for taxi crane service, according to the manufacturer....


Grove TMS800-2 Boosts Productivity With Easier Roading, 'Big Crane' Features

As the successor to the Grove TMS800E truck crane, the TMS800-2 adopts technology and features developed for larger truck-mounted and all-terrain cranes and packages them into an easily roadable 80-ton unit....


Grove TTS9000-2 Truck Crane Brings All-Wheel Steering to Nimble, Lightweight Carrier

Manitowoc has expanded its Grove truck crane offering with the new four-axle TTS9000-2, boasting all-wheel steering and an impressively long boom on a lightweight carrier. Much of the improved design comes from Manitowoc's Voice of the Customer process, which uses consumer insights to improve engineering work and product development....


Updates to Grove TMS9000-2 Truck Crane Add More Power, Faster Setup

Manitowoc's 115 ton capacity Grove TMS9000-2 has been a firm favorite in the truck-mounted crane market ever since its launch in 2017. Now, boasting an extra 25 bhp and a series of design improvements that have enhanced operator comfort, reduced machine weight and improved the setup process, that dominance looks set to continue, the manufacturer said....


Link-Belt Launches New 65|HT

Link-Belt Cranes has unveiled the new 65|HT, a 65-ton (55-t) capacity truck crane to replace its HTC-8660 Series II. The 65|HT comes with a new four-section 36.5 to 115 ft. (11.2 to 35 m) full-power boom that reaches a maximum tip height of 125 ft....


Lift-All Crane Service's New Grove Truck Cranes Navigate Roads With Ease

Lift-All Crane Service's distinctive baby blue cranes have been a common sight on the highways and job sites of eastern Nebraska and western Iowa ever since the company was founded in 1977. This long-time Grove customer has recently acquired another two truck cranes from nearby dealer Aspen Equipment to fill a couple of gaps in its fleet: namely, a TMS9000-2 at the end of 2018 and a TMS500-2 in the spring of 2020....


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