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All-wheel steering makes Link-Belt truck terrain crane maneuverable in tight spaces

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The 120|TTLB features a number of steering options for excellent maneuverability. Link-Belt

Link-Belt has expanded its truck terrain crane lineup with the addition of the four-axle 120|TTLB. With a 60-metre (197-foot) seven-section pin and latch boom, the new crane has reach combined with maneuverability.

The 120|TTLB features all-wheel steering and a tight turning radius, making it maneuverable on busy job sites, and a steerable rear axle with super single tires gives the unit four steering modes - independent front, independent rear, combination, and crab.

The new crane is fitted with an air-ride suspension design, and features air disc brakes for advanced braking performance. Powered by a Cummins 445-hp X12 series engine, the truck terrain crane is capable of speeds up to 55 mph.

With this launch, Link-Belt has expanded its hydraulic truck terrain crane lineup to five: the 75-ton HTT-8675 Series II, 100-ton HTT-86110, 120-ton 120|TT, and the 120-ton 120|TTLB.

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2651 Palumbo Dr
Lexington, KY
US, 40509


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