Link-Belt’s truck terrain crane line-up is growing with the launch of the four-axle 120|TTLB. This new 110-t (120-USt) model features a 60-m-long, seven-section pin and latch boom with all-wheel steer and tight turning radius.
The all-wheel steer capability on the 120|TTLB makes it an excellent option for crane manoeuvrability in tight jobsite settings. A steerable rear axle with super single tyres gives the 120|TT LB four steering modes – independent front, independent rear, combination, and crab.
Link-Belt Cranes first introduced rear wheel steering to the truck crane market on a custom truck crane chassis 21 years ago when it displayed the 60-t (70-USt) HTT-8670 at Conexpo 2002. The company said that since then, the performance and agility of Link-Belt HTTs in a variety of applications have remained the benchmark for truck terrain cranes.
The 120|TTLB comes with an air-ride suspension design, and air disc brakes on a rear-steer truck crane for advanced braking performance. To enhance engine performance and fuel economy, the 120|TTLB is powered by a Cummins 445 hp (339 kW) EPA emissions compliant X12-series engine. The crane has a speed of 88 km/hr.
This product launch brings Link-Belt’s family of hydraulic truck terrain models to five: the HTT-8675 Series II, HTT-86100, HTT-86110, 120|TT, and now the new 120|TTLB.