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Product Snapshot: Track-Mounted Drill Rig and Rough-Terrain Crane

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The Link-Belt RTC-8080 is an 80-ton rough-terrain crane that sports a 41-ft to 127-ft-long, four-section factory-formed boom. Able to operate under full power, the telescopic boom slides on Teflon wear pucks that require no greasing. The crane is available with three onboard lattice-fly jibs, with up to 64 ft of additional reach. Some of the jibs allow for multipart reeving. Maximum tip height is 199 ft. A 6.7-liter, 270-hp Cummins diesel compliant with Tier 4 Interim emissions provides power, while a standard multi-link suspension keeps the ride smooth. Link-Belt Construction Equipment Co.; 859-264-6246;
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This week we look at a track-mounted drill rig from Caterpillar and a rough terrain crane from Link-Belt. Click to begin the slide show.


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