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All-Terrain Crane Rental (5)

Although you can find specialized cranes for just about any job function, sometimes you want a versatile piece of equipment that can do it all...Show More

Although you can find specialized cranes for just about any job function, sometimes you want a versatile piece of equipment that can do it all. All-terrain cranes combine the strength and convenience of a truck-mounted crane with the off-road capability of a rough-terrain crane. All-terrain cranes can handle rugged ground like gravel and sand while also offering maneuverability on highways and other road surfaces. Available in sizes from 10 tons to 400+ tons, you can find an all-terrain crane for just about any work site.

All-terrain cranes share some similarities with rough-terrain cranes, but they differ in important ways. As the name implies, rough-terrain cranes have specialized features — fewer tires, a wider wheelbase, and higher ground clearance — that allow them to excel on rough surfaces. However, they do not handle highways and other roads well, which can make them more difficult to move between job sites. All-terrain cranes, in contrast, can work on all types of surfaces in all types of weather without sacrificing mobility or speed. In addition to better road handling, all-terrain models offer all-wheel drive, all-wheel steering, more spacious cabs, and a larger overall size than rough-terrain cranes. Check out the FAQs below to learn more.

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Equipment ID: 62-1

10-99 ton All Terrain Crane

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Equipment ID: 62-10

100-199 ton All Terrain Crane

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Equipment ID: 62-20

200-299 ton All Terrain Crane

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Equipment ID: 62-30

300-399 ton All Terrain Crane

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Equipment ID: 62-40

400+ ton All Terrain Crane

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The makes/models shown are examples only and equipment delivered may differ. Contact customer support to check on the availability of specific makes/models.

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FAQs

How much does it cost to rent an all-terrain crane?

All-terrain crane rental pricing depends on several factors including location, equipment availability, and time of year. To find accurate pricing for your job, request a quote from BigRentz.

What size all-terrain crane do I need?

When choosing an all-terrain crane, you want to consider factors such as load capacity, hoist height, radius, and boom/jib combinations. You should review the crane’s spec sheet to make sure it meets your needs.

BigRentz offers all-terrain cranes in a variety of sizes. For example, the small 4-axle Liebherr LTM 1070-4.2 crane can carry 80 tons and reach a hoist height of up to 215 feet with the folding jib attached. The larger Liebherr LTM 1500-8.1 has a max carrying capacity of 551 tons and max reach of 354 feet.

What are the benefits of all-terrain cranes?

Combining the best of both worlds, all-terrain cranes offer the following benefits:

  • Fully functional on any type of terrain: From gravel to asphalt, all-terrain cranes can handle any type of surface.
  • Great for use in areas with changing weather conditions: Blazing sun and pouring rain won’t stop this type of crane, which can handle temperature extremes from -13 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit. Make sure to proceed with caution in windy conditions, though, as strong winds and cranes generally don’t mix.
  • Larger cab size for greater operator comfort: All-terrain cranes have wider cabins than their rough-terrain counterparts.
  • Durable and heavy: The two engines on all-terrain cranes make them a bit heavier, providing greater stability when lifting.
  • Can be driven on public roads and highways: The all-terrain crane can reach up to 55 miles per hour on the highway.
  • Wide range of maneuverability: One of the model’s main benefits, all-terrain cranes combine effective off-road handling with smooth on-road performance.
  • Can be equipped with adjustable booms: Thanks to telescopic hydraulic booms that extend with hydraulic mechanisms, all-terrain cranes offer versatility and power.

What is the difference between an all-terrain crane and a rough-terrain crane?

The higher ground clearance, wider wheelbase, and stabilizing outriggers of rough-terrain cranes helps them excel in rough conditions without specialized equipment. If you need to travel on the highway or other road surface, however, an all-terrain model makes a better choice. All-terrains often have extra sets of wheels for increased mobility, plus between three and nine axles for all-wheel drive and all-wheel steer.

Should I use a mobile crane or a fixed crane?

When choosing between a mobile (truck) and a fixed (tower) crane, consider the requirements and conditions of your job site. Fixed cranes lift heavy weights to great heights, making them essential for tasks like building skyscrapers or bridges and raising loads like steel beams or electricity generators.

Because tower cranes stay in one spot, however, they don’t make the best choice if you need to move them around or between worksites. In addition, while they don’t take up a lot of space, once set up, fixed cranes can require a significant amount of space and equipment to assemble and disassemble. Mobile cranes, in contrast, function well in situations requiring flexibility, mobility, and maneuverability. Since they can work with a variety of attachments, mobile cranes can serve multiple functions on a construction site.

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