Rough Terrain Cranes are mobile cranes typically mounted on 2-axles and that have all-wheel crab steering, and the operator's cab typically swings but some models have a down cab crane stationary cabin configuration.
Rough terrain cranes provide excellent ground clearance and have three-mode steering, so positioning these types of cranes in tight quarters in even the most rugged terrain is not an issue.
Rough terrain cranes feature oversized tires for a wider center of gravity. Each outrigger works independently which means RT's crane can self-level even when the ground is sloped or uneven.
With top speeds reaching 25 mpg / 40 kpm RTs generally are used as off-road cranes, but in some cities and countries, these cranes are permitted to travel on the road.
A City Class Rough Terrain crane is a hybrid of an All-Terrain mobile crane and an RT. These cranes have higher speeds and thus are able to travel on city streets. Eliminating the need for a Rough Terrain Crane to be hauled to the job site on a trailer.
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