The Terex RT1120 Tackles the Toughest Jobsites with Ease

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With a lifting capacity of 120 tons, the Terex RT 1120 is currently one of the most powerful rough-terrain cranes in the U.S. market. This Rough Terrain crane has a 5-section, 3-mode boom which forms the basis for the boom system, as well as numerous advantages for use in various job sites.

Terex RT1120 Highlights

Terex Rough Terrain cranes allow you to go off the road with confidence, making it possible for work to be done on rough and unprepared terrain. Providing excellent ground clearance and three-mode steering, maneuvering these cranes in even the most rugged terrain is not a problem. Large Rough Terrain cranes, like the Terex RT1120, provide lifting versatility that allows for use in multiple types of jobs.

RT1190 Capabilities:

  • 41’ to 155’ five section, three mode full power boom
  • Two each 26’ lattice jib inserts
  • 360 Degree house lock
  • 130 Ton seven sheave hook block

Manufactured with the highest quality parts, the Terex RT1120 can tackle projects large or small. Complete with hydraulic heat/AC, a rear axle centering light, and roof window wiper, this rough terrain crane is designed for optimal use with operators in mind. It also houses a two-speed auxiliary winch with drum rotation indicators, cable rollers, and aux boom nose.

Some of the key features a customer looks for is the ease of operation and easy job site set-up. When cranes start getting to the 80-ton size, counterweights are necessary to transport it legally and often times another crane is needed to put it together. Since these RT cranes do not require the need for an additional crane to assemble them, they come into a job site on a truck, make quick lifts, and leave.

Scott-Macon Equipment offers these cranes for sale and rent, so if your job site suddenly calls for a different type of crane, the Terex RT1120 can be brought in at any time.

Authorized Dealer of Terex Rough Terrain Cranes

Scott Macon Equipment is a leading provider of heavy equipment that has been serving the southern portion of the United States since 1973. As an authorized Terex dealer, Scott Macon Equipment is the go-to place to turn to when companies need to rent a rough terrain crane like the Terex RT Quadstar 1100. Our expansive selection and professional customer service ensure the complete satisfaction of our customers. Contact us today to request a quote or to receive more information about our Terex rough terrain cranes for sale or rent.

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