Link-Belt debuts its fifth truck terrain crane

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Link-Belt is expanding its truck terrain crane lineup with the launch of the new four-axle 120|TTLB.

The Link-Belt 120|TTLB truck terrain crane features a seven-section 11.7 metre to 50 metre pin and latch boom with all-wheel steer and a tight turning radius. 

The 120-ton capacity truck terrain crane features a 108 metre per minute maximum speed, a max line pull of 105.12 kN and a maximum tipping height of 79.7 metres. 

The all-wheel steer capability on the new truck terrain crane makes it an ideal option for crane maneuverability in tight jobsite settings. 

As well, a steerable rear axle with super single tires gives the 120|TTLB four steering modes — independent front, independent rear, combination and crab.

Link-Belt Cranes introduced rear wheel steering to the truck crane market on a custom truck crane chassis 21 years ago when it displayed the 60-tonne HTT-8670 at ConExpo. Since then, the performance and agility of Link-Belt HTTs in a variety of applications have remained the benchmark for truck terrain cranes.

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The 120|TTLB truck terrain crane comes with an air-ride suspension design, and air disc brakes on a rear-steer truck crane for advanced braking performance. For added engine performance and fuel economy the 120|TTLB is powered by a Cummins 445 hp EPA emissions compliant X12 Series engine. The 120|TTLB is capable of reaching a maximum speed of 88 km per hour.   

The product launch brings Link-Belt’s family of hydraulic truck terrain models to five, including the 75-ton HTT-8675 Series II, 100-ton HTT-86100, 110-ton HTT-86110, 120-ton 120|TT, and now the new 120-ton 120|TTLB.