Rough Terrain Cranes
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Rough terrain cranes have a single cab located on a rotating superstructure and drives on two axles. Driving these cranes is typically restricted to jobsites because of the low travel speed, though some cities and counties do allow rough-terrain cranes to be certified for street use. As the name implies, these cranes are capable of traversing very rough terrain to reach their working location. Rough terrain cranes also have pick and carry capabilities.

Model Number Capacity Main Boom Max Tip Height Gross Vehicle Weight
Grove RT875E 75 Tons 125' 192' 108,000 lbs.