Hydraulic Powered


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Model No:ft.-lb. moment ratingMaximum Capacity lbs.Power Rotationpower boom Elevationpower boom ExtensionAnti-Two BlockSuggested Min GVWR.Shipping WeightBasic Installation Instructions
103210,0003,200 lbs. @ 3 ft.YesYesYesStandard11,000Mtg. Inst.
164016,0004,000 lbs. @ 4 ft.YesYesYesStandard14,500Mtg. Inst.
255025,0005,000 lbs. @ 5 ft.YesYesYesStandard14,500Mtg. Inst.
366036,0006,000 lbs. @ 6 ft.YesYesYesStandard17,500Mtg. Inst.
406440,0006,400 lbs. @ 6.2 ft.YesYesYesStandard19,500Mtg. Inst.
508050,0008,000 lbs. @ 6 ft.YesYesYesStandard20,000Mtg. Inst.
6010060,00010,000 lbs. @ 6 ft.YesYesYesStandard26,000Mtg. Inst.
7210072,00010,000 lbs. @ 7.2 ft.YesYesYesStandard30,000Mtg. Inst.

  • Hydraulic cranes are used when longer Duty Cycles are required with repetitive lifts.
  • Moment ratings from 10,000 ft.-lbs. up to 72,000 ft.-lbs.
  • Unlimited rotation on 5000 lb. capacity cranes and larger.
  • Either on/off or proportional controls are available.
  • Wireless controls available for any of the above cranes.


The above G.V.W.R. ratings are suggested requirements to support the crane but do not guarantee meeting the stability requirements of OSHA 1910.180. Outriggers or ( jackstand on the smaller cranes) will be necessary to use the crane capacity at the maximum reach. If the crane does not meet the stability requirements it will be necessary to reduce the rating over that range as required in OSHA 1910.180(e)(2(iii)(a) as specified by SAE J765.