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Product Snapshot: Rough-Terrain Scissor Lift and High-Capacity Skid-Steer Loader

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The C2668RT Rough-Terrain Scissor Lift is powered by a Kubota Tier 4 engine and sports four-wheel drive and 11 inches of ground clearance. A differential hydraulic lock allows the lift to climb steep slopes and operate on uneven terrain. The scissor lift has a turning radius of 11 ft, six inches, allowing it to maneuver in tight spaces. For added stability and to prevent impact damage, the machine has four outriggers located within its footprint; the outriggers can be extended by a single switch and feature automatic leveling. Haulotte Group North America; 800-537-0540; www.haulotte.com
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This week we look at a rough-terrain scissor lift from Haulotte Group and a high-capacity skid-steer loader from Manitou Group. Click to begin the slide show.

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