Lift and Access

The Zoom Boom telescopic handler product line owes its existence to its former owner's desire to build a machine required to withstand the brutal Canadian winters. The extreme cold environment mandated the machine's design criteria, and to put it plainly, this telehandler is a tank.

Since this video was shot in 2006, the product line has been acquired by Skyjack.

The name Pettibone is synonymous with telehandlers, and the 125-year-old Baraga, Mich.-based company has a heritage with this product category that reaches back nearly four decades. The 10056 telehandler is part of the company's Extendo telescopic handler product line, and although very mainstream in appearance, it incorporates several unique features.

Video was taken at the 2006 Lift and Access Equipment Showcase in Phoenix, Ariz.

Part of Mustang Manufacturing's Deluxe Series, the 1155 telescopic handler is feature packed and can perform a wide variety of tasks. Although this would make a wonderful rental machine, Mustang believes this telehandler will lend itself well to owner-operator applications.

Video was taken at the 2006 Lift and Access Equipment Showcase in Phoenix, Ariz. Manitou has since purchased the Mustang product line.

Part of Mustang Manufacturing's Deluxe Series, the 1155 telescopic handler is feature packed and can perform a wide variety of tasks. Although this would make a wonderful rental machine, Mustang believes this telehandler will lend itself well to owner-operator applications.

Video was taken at the 2006 Lift and Access Equipment Showcase in Phoenix, Ariz. Manitou has since purchased the Mustang product line.

Long before it became part of JLG Industries, McConnellsburg, Pa., the SkyTrak product line was the largest selling brand of telehanders in North America. Under JLG's ownership, SkyTrak telescopic handler continues to hold its place at the top. From its rugged, unitized steel frame and industry leading stability system to its widely used attachment system and straightforward controls, this utilitarian machine was designed to be simple, reliable, and easy to operate.

First introduced in 1996, the Lull 1044C-54 telescopic handler is part of McConnellsburg, Pa.-based JLG Industries' stable of telehandlers. The Series II update took place in 2005, and at that time, the only major change was the conversion from Cummins to John Deere power. Its unique feature is the Transaction boom, which allows the entire boom to slide forward horizontally without moving the machine an inch.

The Gradall telehandler series features a distinctive axle configuration that features 90 degree pivot steering, keeping the outside turning radius at only 178 inches. However, since the filming of the Gradall 544D10-55 telescopic handler review at the Lift and Access Equipment Showcase in 2006, JLG Industries, McConnellsburg, Pa., has discontinued the Gradall rear pivot steer telehandlers.

Of the three product lines that make up the McConnellsburg, Pa.-based JLG Industries' family of telehandlers, the JLG G10-55A telescopic handler features a unique look, design, and feel.

Video was taken at the 2006 Lift and Access Equipment Showcase, which was held in Phoenix, Ariz.

Of the three product lines that make up the McConnellsburg, Pa.-based JLG Industries' family of telehandlers, the JLG G10-55A telescopic handler features a unique look, design, and feel.

Video was taken at the 2006 Lift and Access Equipment Showcase, which was held in Phoenix, Ariz.

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