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123 - 148,000 ft. lbs. 23 ton meter

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Compact - A new design and an inline boom have producde a crane that is more compact.
Light - The inline boom reduces the crane's weight. The use of special steel allows an excellent lift to weight ratio. A lighter crane equates to a greater payload on the vehicle.
Strong - A traditional boom is very stressed at the boom offset, so it must be heavily reinforced. The inline design make the torsional stress no longer a factor.
Modular - To allow the crane to fit a variety of chassis, there is a sliding bracket for widths from 1' 6" to 3' 6".

Reach Capacity

123-reach-capacity

hook height

123-hook-height

Standard Features


Dual-side controls
Hexagonal booms
Sliding pads on telescopic extensions
Self-lubricating bushings
Manually opening stabilizers
Designed in accordance with: EN12999 - DIN15018
Assembly kit included
Fatigue test classification: B3


Options


Supplementary elements activation
Extra cross beams
Manually extendable extra wide stabilizers
Manual extensions
"Green Oil"
ETR

Specifications


123 1S 2S 3S
Number of extensions 1 hydraulic 2 hydraulic 3 hydraulic
Crane Rating (ft. lbs.) 148,000 148,000 148,000
Max. Horizontal Reach - hydraulic 18'4" 24'2" 30'3"
Max. Vertical Reach - hydraulic 30'8" 36'3" 42'1"
Max. Capacity (lbs.) 8110 6020 4610
Crane Weight (lbs.) 4608 4905 5181
Crane Dimensions 99" x 98" x 37" 99" x 98" x 37" 99" x 98" x 37"
Mounting Space 7'7" x 8'1" x 3'1" 7'7" x 8'1" x 3'1" 7'7" x 8'1" x 3'1"
Slewing Angle 380 380 380
Oil Tank Capacity (gallons) 39.6 39.6 39.6
Max. Oil Flow (gpm) 10.6 10.6 10.6
Max. Working Pressure (psi) 4569 4569 4569
Stabilizers Manual Out 16'5" 16'5" 16'5"

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