With a 360-degree load radius, the Terex Crossover 8000 Boom Truck out lifts other boom trucks in North America. The Terex Crane also features an 80-ton capacity and 126-feet boom length. It also offers the same upper structure and load ratings as the Terex T780 Truck Crane, whether lifting from rear, front or sides.
Scott-Macon is a leading independent equipment company in the Southern region of the United States
The company’s operations include the sale, rental, parts sales and servicing of a wide variety of lifting equipment including rough terrain hydraulic cranes, all-terrain cranes, boom trucks, truck cranes, crawler cranes and industrial carrydeck cranes, specialized hydraulic crawler cranes, material handlers, and aerial lifts.
Scott-Macon Equipment attended CONEXPO-CON/AGG March 7-11, 2017 in Las Vegas, NV. Held every three years, this international gathering place for construction industries brought together some of the top name brands exhibiting the latest technologies and innovations in equipment, products and services.
Many job sites simply lack the space and proper support for the cranes usually used, but that doesn't reduce the need for heavy lifting. Picking one of the boom trucks available from Terex allows you to get all your lifting done at any job site that has vehicle access. The relatively small footprint, easy portability, and surprising lifting power all combine to make Terex boom trucks some of the best on the market.
Boom Trucks & Power of Portability
From the powerful Crossover 8000 to the compact BT3870, all of the Terex models are built on strong chassis that feature up to 20 wheels to properly support the boom. With a truck as the base, you can take your heavy lifting down nearly any road to get to your job sites. Terex manufacturers their boom trucks to handle highway speeds so there's no need to go out of your way.