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How much weight can a Pettibone lift?

How much weight can a Pettibone lift?

12,000 pounds
The powerful 1258X delivers a maximum lift height of 58 feet, 6 inches and load capacity up to 12,000 pounds.

What is a Pettibone forklift?

Also known as Pettibone pipe handlers or Pettibone log handlers, Pettibone Cary-Lifts excel at handling long materials. These Pettibone forklifts are engineered to optimize visibility and stability when transporting logs, pipes, scrap, and poles.

Where are Pettibone forklifts made?

Baraga, Michigan
Located in Baraga, Michigan, Pettibone specializes in material handling equipment. But far more than that, we specialize in developing machines that are safer, tougher, and that are purpose-built to specifically tackle the challenges at hand.

What is a Pettibone crane?

Pettibone specializes in material handling equipment and developing Telehandlers, Carry lifts, Rail Lifts, and Mobile Elevating Work Platforms that are safer, tougher, and purpose-built to specifically tackle the challenges at hand on most any Jobsite or construction project. CARY-LIFT.

How much do Pettibones weigh?

21,720 lbs
Curb Weight (approximate) 21,720 lbs (9,852 kg) NOTE: The Company reserves the right to change specifications and prices without notice in order to follow its policy of constantly striving to manufacture a better product without incurring any liability to provide these new features on any units previously manufactured.

What is a Gradall forklift?

Gradall Telehandlers Forklift The rough-terrain Gradall 10K Forklift combines an impressive lift capacity with 41-foot maximum reach, and features 90-degree rear-pivot steering for the tight turning radius needed in crowded working areas.

Who makes Pettibone telehandlers?

Pettibone Telehandlers – X-Series Extendo Telehandler & Traverse Telehandler | Pettibone Traverse Lift, LLC | PETTIBONE.

Who invented the Pettibone?

Daniel Pettibone (b. Goshen, Connecticut, 1743) was perhaps the American inventor of a device that played an increasingly important role in warming homes and public institutions through the early nineteenth century, and was the first practicable form of central heating system as well as the most common.

What is a lull forklift?

Lull forklifts are used outside at construction sites and for maintenance work, along with other industrial applications. They combine their portable design that can easily be transported, with the body of a forklift truck and the boom arm that can pick up, lift, and otherwise handle materials.

How much can a Gradall lift?

8000-lb capacity, 42′ reach, 4X4, crab steer. 6000 lb capacity, 36′ reach, 4X4, crrab steer.

Is a Gradall a telehandler?

“The Gradall name has been an icon in the telehandler industry for decades, with a reputation built on reliability and performance,” Skyba said. “The same number of models will be available and the equipment will continue to be built, serviced and sold with the high level of quality inherent in all JLG products.”

What is a speed swing?

The Pettibone Speed Swing is the original do-it-all rail crane. Designed to tackle a variety of railroad applications, Speed Swing provides the power to lay rails, set ties or clear the path ahead. We have also partnered with Mecalac and Badger to bring you even more solutions to meet the demands of any rail task.