Revolution Tree Pro (2)
Revolution XL (1)
With lifting capacities of 80+ tons, Boom Truck Cranes are among the most important equipment for every large construction project. With the help of a jib arm, some cranes can reach working heights of about 200 feet—more than enough for large commercial buildings. What makes them a great choice is their low setup and transit time. Keep in mind that these products have certain requirements for the terrain on which they operate.
When choosing a used boom truck crane that will fit your business’s needs, the main things you need to check are:
- Chassis, transmission, the boom itself - When inspecting the condition of the truck, you need to check whether there is rust on the chassis and whether the transmission changes gears without problems. Also, examine the boom – The hydraulics, controls and the jib need to work properly. Ask the owner if they have documents for any recent inspections by the D.O.T. or OSHA.
- Purpose - Some trucks can serve multiple purposes. For example, if you do a lot of electrical work, check if a bucket can be mounted.
- Mileage - The more the boom truck has been used, the higher chance there is for upcoming costly repairs. Clutch, timing belt or chains, transmission - These are all things that can add to the final cost of the truck if they need to be replaced.
Whether you want to rent a crane for an upcoming project or buy one for your company, look no further. At Crane Market, you will find a variety of boom trucks from major manufacturers such as International, Freightliner, Terex, Manitex, and others. Some of the cranes below are of a previous generation; which makes them a budget-friendly option, while others are just a few years old—less expensive, but just as reliable as new ones.