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Rough Terrain

A rough terrain crane is subclass of a hydraulic crane. As a self-propelled crane mounted on an undercarriage with four rubber tires, rough terrain cranes are specifically designed to operate on off-road and rough applications and surfaces. Designed specifically for pick-and-carry and slewing operations, the rough terrain crane is used for large-scale construction projects.

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55 Tonne Grove RT760E Rough TerrainCrane

Rough Terrain crane with three steering modes, compact and rugged design, boom telescoping even under load, comfortable and ergonomic cab with intuitive and easy controls. These characteristics make rough terrain cranes versatile, easy to use and ready to work for long hours, minimizing the fatigue of the operator.

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Grove RT760E 55t Rough TerrainCrane details and specifications
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20 Tonne Tadano TR-200M-4 City & Rough TerrainCrane

Main Boom 7.5m – 17.5m, hydraulic luffing fly jib 7.4m – 15.6m with 1 – 75 degrees offset giving a total boom length of 33.1m, with variable outrigger settings of 3.6m 5.8m, and a maximum lift of 20 tonne @ 3.5m radius. A unique rough terrain crane with 4 wheel steering for all your tight lift requirements. Suitable for working on suspended slabs with Engineers approval, and capable of lifting and walking loads.

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Tadano TR-200M-4 20t City & Rough TerrainCrane details and specifications
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