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Aerial Lifts, Cranes and Grapples




Aerial Lifts

Aerial Lift

Since 1958, Aerial Lift has been servicing, designing and manufacturing aerial lifts with working heights from 38 to 77 feet.


Armlift

One-man aerial lifts available in telescopic/articulating, telescoping and non-over center articulating models with heights from 23 to 46 feet.


Genie Industries

The TZ-50 trailer-mounted Z-boom features an automatic, self-leveling system and has a working height of 55 feet 6 inches.


JLG Industries

The Tow-Pro T350 trailer-mounted boom lift has self-leveling hydraulic outriggers and removable control box with one-handed controls.


Mat-3, Inc.

Mat-Tree aerial lifts come in 65 and 75-foot working heights and feature a telescopic upper boom.


NiftyLift

Offering Aerial boom lifts in towable or self-propelled models, 2x4, 4x4 and track-mounted units. Working heights from 40 to 70 feet.


Plastic Composites

Offers aerial lift replacement parts and accessories, including replacement buckets, bucket liners, guards/covers and bucket/boom-mounted saw holders.


ReachMaster

The track-based LightLift series is available in 46 and 63-foot working heights and features dual power supply, 22-foot maximum outreach and articulating jib.


Terex

The plug-in hybrid electric vehicle system allows an aerial lift to be operated without running the engine, providing fuel savings, low emissions and quiet operation.


The Spider Lift Company

The Leo 30 T is a hybrid, truck-mounted/self-propelled aerial lift with a 100-foot reach. Minimum 17,000-pound GVW chassis required.


Time Mfg.

Offering a line of insulated and non-insulated aerial devices ranging in height from 29 feet to 210 feet.


Cranes

DEL Hydraulics

DEL Hydraulics distributes Maxilift telescopic stiff boom cranes, Cobra service body cranes and the Ant for pickup trucks.


Giuffre Bros. Cranes

With three manufacturing branches, Giuffre offers the Dino 1800 with 18-ton capacity and 120-foot reach and Dino 2500 with 25-ton capacity and 146-foot reach.


Grapples

Ammbusher

The Talon brush grapple features covered cylinders and hoses that are routed immediately into hose cover. Available in 72 and 81-inch models.


Beaver Squeezer

The universal skid steer grapple opens from 3 to 62 inches, has 360-degree continuous rotation and features standard hydraulic flow and hydraulic winch options.


Blockbuster

The FW Grapple, in 5 and 6-foot widths, features grease zerks on pivot points, cylinders that clamp independently and quick attachments to fit skid steers.


CEAttachments

EDGE Grapples come in many styles, including Brush/Root Rake, Log, Skeleton Rock, Log Grapple Pallet Forks, Industrial Tine, Bolt-On and more.


Faver

Grapple rakes for skid steers and wheel loaders have a 42-inch-wide opening and are available in 62, 72, 82 and 92-inch models.


Fecon

The FG60 Front-Mounted Grapple for skid steers opens to 60 inches, weighs 800 pounds, can lift 2,810 pounds and has a gripping area of 350 square inches.


FFC

FFC offers utility and construction brush and scrap grapples featuring hardened pins, cushioned cylinder kit, cylinder/hose guard and standard load check valve.


Equipment

Hud-Son carries a full line of log grapples for skid steer loaders and other equipment, featuring Weldox 700 steel, bronze bushings and modern bypass design.


Morbark

The Model 60 Debris Grapple offers two heavy-duty hydraulic motors with spur gears for 360-degree continuous rotation. The grapple also pivots to the side.


Ramrod Equipment

Grapple attachments include a Grapple Fork with four tines that can be added to Ramrod’s 42 and 44-inch buckets, and a Twin Industrial Grapple with tines.


Ryan’s Equipment

Bypass grapples with 40 to 72-inch openings for skid steers and excavators feature a push bar, 360-degree continuous rotation and optional winch.


Top Notch Equipment

The 46-inch Branch Manager Mini Grapple has an operating capacity of 2,000 pounds. The 50-inch CEO and 60-inch Boss have continuous hydraulic rotation.