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A four-section boom highlights the RTC-8080, the newest of Link-Belt’s Series II cranes. The boom can extend from 41 ft up to 217 ft and does not require grease thanks to Teflon wear pucks in the...
Spin Ace minimum-swing radius excavators
The Spin Ace minimum-swing radius excavators from Lexington, Ky.,-based Link-Belt are workhorses powered by dependable Isuzu engines. The Spin Ace (Circle 901) series includes the 75 model with an...
New and improved
The new Link-Belt 350 X2 excavator has an operating weight of 79,146 lb and 271 net hp at 2,000 rpm. Replacing the 330 LX, the 350 X2 offers improved cycle times and ease of operation, as well as a...
Lifting and crawling
Lexington, Ky.,-based Link-Belt has partnered with its sister company, Hitachi Sumitomo Construction Crane Co., to unveil the 45-ton TCC-450 telescopic crawler crane, merging the capability of a...
Link-Belt of Lexington, Ky., has introduced a new telescopic rough-terrain crane, the RTC-8065 Series II (Circle 915) with a state-of-the-art operator’s station and a fully rigged transport, a 65-ton...
Link-Belt Construction Equipment Co., Lexington, Ky., introduces the RTC-8060 Series II, a 60-ton telescopic rough-terrain crane which has a completely new operator’s station and a fully rigged...
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