Rough-Terrain Class, 30ton to 80ton capacity, Hydraulic Boom Cranes

Tadano TR300XL-4 Hydraulic Boom Rough-Terrain Crane

Max lifting capacity: 30tons (27mt)
Max Boom configuration: 101’ main boom and 42’ jib
Max Line Pull: 14,900lbs on single line, 436fpm max line speed.
Transport full boom and jib on one lowbed.
Dimensions – H: 11’5”; W: 8’11”

Easy chart:
Length Weight
15ft
30ft
50ft
80ft
34,000lbs
22,000lbs
9,000lbs
3,000lbs

Download Tadano TR300XL-4 Tech Data and Load Chart – PDF

Tadano GR800XL-1 Hydraulic Boom Rough-Terrain Crane

Max lifting capacity: 80tons (72mt)
Max Boom configuration: 144’ main boom and 58’ jib
Max Line Pull: 18,200lbs on single line, 585fpm max line speed.
Transport full boom and jib on one lowbed with one b-train cw load.
Dimensions – H: 12’6”’; W: 10’10”

Easy chart:
Length Weight
30ft
45ft
80ft
110ft
44,000lbs
26,000lbs
9,500lbs
4,600lbs

Download Tadano GR800XL-1 Tech Data and Load Chart – PDF

*All information provided without liability. Please consult the manufacturer's manual and local regulatory bodies in all cases.
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