Specs + Load Charts
Since these rental cranes are an essential part of almost any lifting job or construction project in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho, we have a number of rough terrain cranes ready for your project when you need them.
Rough terrain cranes, more so than all-terrain vehicles, have large rubber tires that are designed to easily conquer any space on the job. Their versatility allows them to work in areas that are in the early stages of construction. Whether the site is at a stage where they’re plowing through mud or laying down gravel, the rough terrain crane performs flawlessly without issue due to those large tires.
Like excavators, our rough terrain crane rentals in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho are single-operator, and their steering wheel and crane functions operate out of a single cab. However, the single cab also gives the operator much more flexibility and control in terms of actual space. Rough terrain cranes are not only ideal for maneuvering through early work sites that aren’t improved yet, but are nimble enough to work in areas with limited space.
Because of the relative compactness of the vehicles, they are great for early lift starts and will often be used throughout a construction project as a sort of “designated hitter” or “secret weapon” when other vehicles aren’t able to get the job done. While many rough terrain cranes have telescopic booms, there are some available that have lattice booms which can therefore be adjusted, making rough terrain cranes even more versatile in terms of how much of a payload they can deliver.
Like certain other vehicles which are tricky to transport—such as crawler cranes—rough terrain cranes require a heavy haul trailer, as well as a more experienced operator to transport. This is why it is best for clients who need rough terrain crane rentals in the Oregon, Washington, and Idaho to find a local solution.
We have rough terrain vehicles on hand for all of the needs of our customers, with multiple leasing options available.