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Rough terrain cranes

Link Belt 75 RT

published 26 Jun 23
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Lyon Charter Township, Michigan, United States
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Metric / Imperial
Year: 
2024
Condition: 
New
Max load cap.: 
75US tn
Boom length: 
142ft
Jib 1: 
58ft


BRIAN GILLETTE
+1(248) 356-5200
https://www.altg.com/

Publication description

DUE IN MID-2024

Link-Belt rough-terrain cranes have been proven performers among fleet and crane rental houses for 45 years.The 75RT continues that tradition. It has outstanding reach for its capacity class and a new operator’s cab that elevates the experience of operating a Link-Belt crane. The 75RT transports at less than 100,000 lbs. with full counterweight and less than 90,000 lbs. without counterweight. It features a six-speed transmission powered by a Cummins Tier 4F QSB 6.7 270-hp diesel engine. Reach and pull Link-Belt builds the five-section, 38- to 142-ft., full-power formed boom to a specific profile and tolerance in its production facility in Lexington, Ky. To simplify the lifting process, only two boom-extension modes are offered: EM1 and EM2. A two-piece, 35- to 58-ft. fly jib and a three-piece 10/35/58-ft. bi-folding fly jib are both available, for a tip height of 208.7 ft.  The matching main and auxiliary winches have 18,603-lb. (82.8 kN) maximum single-line pull and a maximum line speed of 485 fpm.

Pulse 2.0

Pulse 2.0 is the next evolution of Link-Belt’s patented crane operating system. In addition to the intuitive design for the operator, which includes a larger 10-in. screen and added programmable features for greater customization, Link-Belt Pulse 2.0 can be updated and serviced remotely. The system includes a Wi-Fi hub, uses the serial number of the unit to determine whether any updates are available, and downloads/installs them to the appropriate controls. Software maintenance can be accomplished in the field without a service call.

All new operator's cab

Integral elements like the Link-Belt Pulse 2.0 display, visibility, and operator comforts have all been addressed. All electrical and hydraulic components coming into the cab are bulkheaded for “plug and play” assembly. The 75RT camera vision package enhances on-board site monitoring and includes cameras for viewing to the right side of the upper, the main and auxiliary winches, and backing up. Specific cab improvements include:  

10 in. (25.4 cm) touch display with pivoting adjustments, 20% greater visibility, Bluetooth AM/FM radio, Larger, ergonomic seat with new single-axis electronic joystick controls, HVAC system cold/heat box tested to automotive standards, Increased storage and interior lighting, Time delayed wipers, USB and 12-volt power connections, Van-style pop out door, Variable outrigger charts integrated into the RCL, RCL display stays booted up even with engine off, V-CALC (Variable Confined Area Lifting Capacities). 

The Pulse 2.0 system senses the outrigger configuration, previews workable areas, and indicates a percentage of the crane’s that can be used in each area. The system also previews the next five radii for a given boom angle. When the operator makes a selection, Link-Belt Pulse 2.0 provides a live view of the work area.

The 75RT has multiple transport options to accommodate road laws anywhere – it can transport fully equipped at just under 100,000 lbs., or under 90,000 lbs. with 14,500 lbs. of counterweight removed. The 75RT has an overall height of 12' 2.3" and can be driven right off a conventional lowboy trailer.

 

75RT is the evolution from a 12V electrical system to a 24V. The wiring is a Controller Area Network (CAN bus) system, but the increased voltage enables multiplexing with modules placed near dedicated functions like outrigger beams and winches. The five modules located throughout the crane allow functions to continue working while modules are being serviced. Large swing-out doors and centralized fuses, relays, and breakers make checking powertrain components and fluid levels a snap. Folding ladders and upper guardrails provide reinforced safety boundaries. A centralized spot near the cab for checking pressures makes it easy for the operator to monitor systems from one location, and a centralized bank of grease fittings simplifies lubrication. Greaseless 4-link suspension, Industry-leading telematics give real time data to better forecast maintenance and service needs, Hydraulic disc brakes for both service brakes and parking brake, Full LED lighting package includes cab lights, headlights, turn signals, marker, backup, and braking lights, Powder-coated tubing is used throughout the crane, Well organized electrical and hydraulic routing, Solar powered aviation package available, Three lockable storage boxes, LED viewing lights on all four outrigger beams.

Supported 24/7 by Link-Belt Preferred including online manuals, literature, a ground bearing calculator, and 3D Lift Plan

iCraneTrax and 3D LiftPlan compatible


  • Year: 2024
  • Boom: 142'
  • Capacity: 75.00
  • Jib: 58'
  • Condition: New
  • Unit #: TBD
  • Serial #: TBD
  • Location: Lyon Charter Township Michigan USA



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Rough Terrain Crane for Sale: Link Belt 75 RT

Looking for a reliable rough terrain crane to enhance your construction projects? Look no further than the Link Belt 75 RT. This powerful crane, offered for sale by ALTA Equipment Company, is the perfect solution for heavy-duty lifting on rugged terrain.

Equipped with a jib that extends up to 58 feet and a maximum load capacity of 75 tons, the Link Belt 75 RT is designed to handle even the most demanding lifting tasks. Its feather function allows for precise and controlled operations, ensuring safety and efficiency.

With a capacity of 75 tons, this rough terrain crane is built to tackle large-scale projects with ease. Whether you need to lift heavy machinery, steel beams, or construction materials, the Link Belt 75 RT has got you covered.

The year 2024 model showcases the latest advancements in crane technology, providing you with a reliable and state-of-the-art machine. Its advanced features and modern design make it a versatile tool that can be used in various industries, from construction to oil and gas.

Located in Lyon Charter Township, Michigan, United States, ALTA Equipment Company is a reputable distributor of high-quality construction equipment. With a commitment to customer satisfaction, they have earned a strong reputation in the industry.

For more information on the Link Belt 75 RT rough terrain crane for sale, visit https://www.altg.com/. Don't miss out on the opportunity to enhance your lifting capabilities with this top-of-the-line machine.


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