A digger derrick truck, also referred to as a radial boom derrick, is a specialized vehicle often used to dig holes and set poles for electric power transmission and distribution systems. Equipped wit... more about Digger Derricks
Machine description: Terex Commander 4045, 26,440 Lb Digger Derrick s/n 2050927405, with 45 ft. sheave height, 3 section hyd boom, 2 spd digger, heel winch, pole guides, riding console & 4 hyd outriggers, rear mounted on ... more info
Machine description: Terex/Telelect General, 80 ft, Digger Derrick s/n 2080837404, with tip winch, pole grabs, two speed auger, 3 sheave boom, riding console, remote control, and four hydraulic outriggers , rear mounted o... more info
Machine description: Altec D2055TR, 27,850 Lb 50 ft, Digger Derrick s/n 0194Y0171, with 3 section hyd boom, 2 spd digger, heel winch, pole guides, riding console & 4 hyd. outriggers, rear mounted on 1994 International 490... more info
Machine description: Terex Commander 4045, 20,370 Lb Digger Derrick s/n 1991210239, with 45ft sheave height, 2 spd digger, pin-on single-man bucket w/upper controls, tip winch, pole grabs, riding console & 4 hyd outrigger... more info
Machine description: Altec D842-ABB, 21,510 Lb Digger Derrick s/n 1100BE3203, with 42 ft sheave height, 2 speed digger, tip winch, pole grabs & dual standing console, mounted behind cab on 2001 International 4800 4x4 Util... more info
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