The all new 100 ton HTT-86110 Telescopic Truck Terrain crane has finally arrived. Link Belt is debuting this impressive piece of machinery at the 2016 Bauma, which will be hosted in Munich for seven days beginning April 11th. The new HTT was built with the intentions of rivaling some of the advantages an All Terrain crane offers but at a lower cost and less complexity for the end user.
The HTT-86110 telescopic crane features the standard four modes of steering which includes: independent front steering, independent rear steering, as well as combination and diagonal steering. The manufacturers credit the HTT crane’s superior agility and it’s remarkable capabilities in the most congested and busiest of places, to the featured steerable rear axles that are equipped with super single tires. Boasting optimal standard features within the HTT-86110, which include a turning radius of just over 27ft, it’s easy to see how the HTT can stand up to the competition and hold it’s own when compared to similar All Terrain cranes with four axles. Let’s take a more in depth look at what makes this crane stand out above the rest.
The massive machinery’s power will come from a Euro Stage IIIA Cummings for the European market with other Cummings power units available in other regions. Both of these engines use a 12 speed automated transmission with two reverse rations. Along with these powerful engine options, the new HTT crane features a six section main boom that extends just