Rough-terrain crane

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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 base rating and working weight of less than 90,000 lb. The RTC-8065 features the newly designed four-section full-power-formed boom. Teflon pucks automatically lubricate the boom sections requiring no boom grease. The RTC-8065 is powered by a 225-hp Caterpillar 3126B engine, and its automotive style, four-link suspension is a first in rough-terrain cranes. The fully independent rear suspension reduces bouncing and improves handling both on and off the road.

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