Link-Belt has launched a new 110 tonne four axle truck crane with all wheel steer - the 120|TTLB - which tops out its Truck Terrain line up.
The new crane features 10 metres more main boom than the company’s 110 tonne 120HT truck crane, with a 60 metre seven section pin and latch boom compared to a six section 50 metre boom on the 120HT. The boom can be topped with a 10.7 to 17.7 metre bi-fold swingaway extension for a maximum tip height of just under 80 metres.
The all wheel steer chassis not only provides a tight turning radius, but also includes four steering modes - independent front, independent rear, combination and crab. As with the regular truck cranes, the 120|TTLB features air-ride suspension and disc brakes. Power comes from a Cummins X12 Series engine, providing a maximum speed of up to 55mph/88kph. Unlike the 120HT the TTLB features a single width carrier cab rather than the full width.
We have yet to see the full details of this new crane or the specifications, so will update this item as soon as we receive more information and photos.