JLG expands telehandler line into 12K and 3K classes
New products support market demand for larger and smaller models
The new SkyTrak 12054 telehandler is ideal for use in both industrial and commercial construction applications. The 12,000 lb. class telehandler, now the largest model in the SkyTrak line, comes with a single joystick for greater multifunction capability and an integrated hitch and boom-mounted lifting lug for improved productivity. Its tight turning radius offers excellent maneuverability, making it well-suited across a variety of applications.
The SkyTrak 3013 ultra-compact telehandler was purpose-built for use in small spaces requiring up-and-over reach such as light construction, agriculture, landscape and hardscape work. The 3,000 lb. class telehandler is well-suited for loading and unloading pallets from flatbed trucks, as well as lifting and placing materials at heights up to 13'. The 3013 telehandler weighs 5,300 pounds with a load capacity of 2,700 pounds. Its compact 4'6" x 8'9" footprint and rear pivot steer make it highly maneuverable, while its light weight allows for transport by a standard pickup truck equipped with a tow-behind trailer.
In addition to its compact footprint, the 3013 comes standard with a universal quick coupler, allowing the operator to change attachments and implements right form the cab of the machine and share attachments purchased for use on other equipment in a contractors' fleet such as skid steer loaders. Additionally, the new model features four-wheel drive, two-wheel rear steer and a hydrostatic drive system, all supported by a Kubota V-1505 diesel, 24.8 horsepower engine.
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