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Capacity: 50 t or 55 t (50 USt or 60 USt)

Boom: 11 m - 33,5 m (36 ft 110 ft) main boom


Max boom extension: 29,2 m (96 ft)
Max tip height: 64,6 m (212 ft )
Features
10,1 m - 17 m (33 ft - 56 ft) ofsettable bi-fold lattice
swingaway extension
Optional 6,1 m (20 ft) or 12,2 m (40 ft) swingaway
extension inserts
Grove MEGAFORM boom
Up to 7484 kg (16,500 lb) hydraulically installed and
removed counterweight
Grove TMS700E
Quick Reference
36 ft - 110 ft main boom, 33 ft - 56 ft lattice
extension and 40 ft insert
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Main boom load chart
Boom over front
36 ft - 110 ft 16,500 lb 100%
20 ft
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Outriggers Rotation Counterweight Boom
Unit confguration kg (lb) Gross Front Rear
Basic machine including 33,5 m (110 ft) main
boom, main and auxiliary hoists with cable,
driver and no counterweight.
33 634 (74,149) 16 664 (36,738) 16 970 (37,411)
additions:
2495 kg (5500 lb) counterweight pinned on
superstructure
2495 (5500) 1004 (-2214) 3499 (7714)
4990 kg (11,000 lb) counterweight pinned on
superstructure
4990 (11,000) 2009 (-4428) 6998 (15,428)
7485 kg (16,500 lb) counterweight pinned on
superstructure
7484 (16,500) 3013 (-6642) 10 497 (23,142)
2495 kg (5500 lb) counterweight stowed on
carrier deck
2495 (5500) 2128 (4692) 367 (808)
4990 kg (11,000 lb) counterweight stowed on
carrier deck
4990 (11,000) 4257 (9384) 733 (1616)
Swingaway carrier brackets 150 (330) 128 (282) 22 (48)
10,1 m (33 ft) swingaway 785 (1730) 895 (1972) -110 (-242)
10,1 m 17,1 m (33 ft - 56 ft) swingaway 1125 (2480) 1135 (2502) -10 (-22)
Auxiliary boom nose 59 (130) 114 (251) -55 (-121)
35 t (40 USt) hookblock stowed at bumper 363 (800) 557 (1229) -195 (-429)
45 t (50 USt) hookblock stowed at bumper 454 (1000) 697 (1536) -243 (-536)
55 t (60 USt) hookblock stowed at bumper 567 (1250) 871 (1920) -304 (-670)
7,5 t (8.3 USt) headache ball stowed in trough 168 (371) 240 (530) -72 (-159)
Air conditioning superstructure cab 129 (285) 5 (10) 125 (275)
Air conditioning chassis cab 40 (88) 52 (115) -12 (-27)
Main boom length in feet
Feet 35 40 50 **60 70 80 90 100 110
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120,000
(69)
84,400
(72)
80,200
(76)
*62,500
(78)

12
100,000
(65.5)
84,400
(68.5)
80,200
(73.5)
62,500
(77)
*36,800
(78)

15
87,300
(59.5)
82,700
(63.5)
80,200
(70)
61,000
(74)
36,800
(76.5)
*36,800
(78)
*31,000
(78)

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68,250
(49)
65,000
(55)
64,300
(63.5)
50,650
(69)
36,800
(72)
36,800
(75)
31,000
(77)
*29,100
(78)
*24,000
(78)
25
54,900
(36)
53,100
(45)
52,000
(56.5)
41,800
(63.5)
36,800
(68)
34,000
(71)
30,000
(73.5)
27,000
(76)
24,000
(77.5)
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39,350
(31.5)
38,700
(48.5)
37,850
(57.5)
33,400
(63)
29,000
(67)
25,300
(70.5)
24,200
(72.5)
22,000
(75)
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29,400
(40)
28,400
(51.5)
28,700
(58)
25,000
(63)
22,200
(67)
21,750
(69.5)
20,000
(72)
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23,050
(28)
22,100
(45)
22,750
(53)
22,000
(59)
20,200
(63)
19,000
(66.5)
18,500
(69)
45

17,550
(37)
18,250
(47.5)
18,800
(54.5)
17,800
(59.5)
17,300
(63)
17,300
(66.5)
50

14,050
(26.5)
14,850
(41)
15,600
(49.5)
16,000
(55.5)
16,000
(60)
16,000
(63.5)
55

12,200
(33.5)
12,950
(44.5)
13,650
(51)
14,100
(56.5)
14,100
(60)
60

10,050
(24)
10,850
(38.5)
11,600
(47)
12,000
(52.5)
12,200
(57)
65

9110
(31.5)
9900
(42)
10,250
(48.5)
10,600
(53.5)
70

7650
(22.5)
8450
(36.5)
8820
(44.5)
9000
(50)
75

7210
(30)
7580
(40)
7800
(46.5)
80

6150
(21.5)
6490
(34.5)
6600
(42.5)
85

5550
(28.5)
5800
(38)
90

4730
(20.5)
5000
(33)
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4270
(27.5)
100

3600
(19.5)
Minimum boom angle (deg) for indicated length (no load) 0
Maximum boom length (ft.) at 0 degree boom angle (no load) 110
NOTE: ( ) Boom angles are in degrees. #LMI operating code. Refer to LMI manual for instructions. *Tis capacity is based on maximum boom angle.
Lifting capacities at zero degree boom angle
Main boom length in feet
Boom
angle 35 40 50 **60 70 80 90 100 110
0
29,050
(29.8)
24,450
(34.2)
17,050
(44.2)
11,600
(54.6)
8570
(64.2)
6610
(74.2)
5380
(84.2)
4120
(94.2)
3110
(104.2)
NOTE: ( ) Reference radii in feet.
**60 ft boom length is with inner-mid extended and outer-mid & fy retracted.
A6-829-101318
1524 mm
(5')
1524 mm
(5')
5639 mm
(18.5')
Boom
Radius
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OPERATING RADIUS IN FEET FROM AXIS OF ROTATION
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Max.
Boom
Angle
Dimensions are for largest Grove
furnished hook block and headache
ball, with anti-two block activated.
superstruCture
Boom
11 m 33,5 m (36 ft 110 ft) four (4)
section, full power sequenced synchronized
boom.
Maximum tip height: 35,9 m (118 ft).
Folding lattice extension
10,1 m 17,1 m (33 ft 56 ft) folding
lattice swingaway extension offsettable at
0, 25 or 45. Stows alongside base boom
section.
Maximum tip height: 52,6 m (172.5 ft).
*Lattice extensions
Two (2) 6,1 m (20 ft) lattice extensions
used with the swingaway extension to
increase the length to 23,2 m (76 ft) or
29,3 m (96 ft).
Maximum tip height: 64,6 m (212 ft).
Boom nose
Quick reeving type boom nose with 3
nylatron sheaves (4 for 60 ton rating)
mounted on heavy duty tapered roller
bearings with removable pin-type rope
guards. Removable auxiliary boom nose
with removable pin type rope guard.
Boom elevation
One double acting hydraulic cylinder with
integral holding valve provides elevation
from -3 to 78.
Load moment and anti-two block
system
Standard Graphics Display load moment
and anti-two block system with audio-visual
warning and control lever lockout. These
systems provide electronic display of
boom angle, boom length, radius, tip
height, relative load moment, maximum
permissible load, load indication and
warning of impending two-block condition.
The standard Work Area Definition
System allows the operator to pre-select
and define safe working areas. If the crane
approaches the pre-set limits, audio-visual
warnings aid the operator in avoiding
job-site obstructions.
Cab
High visibility, all steel cab with acoustical
lining and tinted safety glass throughout.
Deluxe seat with armrest mounted
hydraulic single axis controls. Dash panel
incorporates gauges for all engine functions.
Other standard features include: sliding side
and rear windows, hot water heat, electric
windshield wash/wipe, circulating air fan,
sliding skylight with sunscreen and electric
skylight wiper, fire extinguisher, cup holder,
air conditioning.
Swing
Planetary swing with foot applied
multi-disc wet brake. Spring applied,
hydraulically released parking brake.
Two position plunger type and 360
mechanical house locks operated from
cab.
Maximum speed: 2.0 rpm.
Counterweight
4990 kg (11,000 lb) consisting of (2)
2495 kg ([2] 5500 lb) sections. *Optional
Heavy Lift package consisting of (1)
additional 2495 kg (5500 lb) section, for
a total of 7484 kg (16,500 lb). Hydraulic
installation/removal.
Hydraulic system
Four main gear pumps with a combined
capacity of 513 L/m (135.4 gpm).
Individual pressure compensated valve
banks. Maximum operating pressure:
27,6 Mpa (4000 psi).
Return line type filter with full
flow by-pass protection and service
indicator. Replaceable cartridge with
beta rating of 5/12/16. 643 L (170 gal)
reservoir. Remote mounted oil cooler
with thermostatically controlled electric
motor driven fan.
Hoist specifications (HP30A-19G)
main and auxiliary hoist
Planetary reduction with integral
automatic brake, electronic hoist drum
rotation indicator, and hoist drum cable
follower. Grooved drum.
Single line pull:
1st layer: 8226 kg (18,134 lb)
3rd layer: 6994 kg (15,420 lb)
5th layer: 6084 kg (13,413 lb)
Maximum single line speed:
162 m/min (531 fpm)
Maximum permissible line pull:
7620 kg (16,800 lb) with standard 6 x 37
class rope
7620 kg (16,800 lb) with optional 35 x 7
class rope
Rope diameter: 19 mm (.75 in)
Rope length: 152 m (500 ft)
Rope type: 6 x 36 EIPS IWRC special
flexible

Optional 35 x 7 rotation resistant
Maximum rope stowage: 256 m (841 ft)
Chassis
Triple box section, four-axle carrier,
fabricated from high strength, low alloy
steel with towing and tie-down lugs.
Outrigger system
Four hydraulic telescoping, single stage,
double box beam outriggers with inverted
jack and integral holding valves. Quick
release type steel outrigger floats 610 mm
(24 in) diameter. Three position setting
with fully extended, intermediate (50%)
extended and fully retracted capacities.
Outrigger controls
Located in the superstructure cab and
both sides of chassis. Level indicator at
each control station.
Engine
Cummins ISM 450, 10,8 L diesel (On
Highway EPA Certified) six cylinders,
after cooled, 336 kW (450 bhp) @ 2000
rpm. Maximum torque 2102 Nm (1550
ft-lb) @ 1200 rpm.
Fuel requirement Maximum of 15
ppm sulfur content (ultra low sulfur
diesel).
Equipped with engine compression brake,
block heater, cold start aid (less canister)
and audio-visual engine distress system.
Engine (required for sale outside
North America)
Cummins QSM 402, 10,8 L diesel (Off
Highway EPA Certified) six cylinders,
after cooled 300 kW (402 bhp) @1800
rpm. Maximum torque 1898 Nm (1400
ft lb) @ 1400 rpm.
Fuel requirement Maximum of 5000
ppm sulfur content.
Equipped with engine compression brake,
block heater, cold start aid (less canister)
and audio-visual engine distress system.
Fuel tank capacity
379 L (100 gal).
Transmission
Roadranger 11 speeds forward, 3 reverse.
Drive
8 x 4 x 4
Steering
Front axles, single circuit, mechanical
steering with hydraulic assist.
Axles
Front: (2) beam-type steering axles, 2,1
m (83.3 in) track.
Rear: (2) single reduction drive axles, 1,9
m (75.1 in) track. Inter-axle differential
lock.
Brakes
S-cam, dual system operating on all
wheels. Spring applied air released parking
brake acting on rear axles.
Suspension
Front: Walking beam with air bags and
shock absorbers.
Rear: Walking beam with air bags and
shock absorbers.
Tires
Front: 445/65R 22.5, tubeless, mounted
on aluminum disc wheels.
Rear: 315/80R 22.5, tubeless, mounted on
aluminum disc wheels, steel inner.
Lights
Full lighting package including turn
indicators, head, tail, brake, and hazard
warning lights.
Cab
One man design, all steel fabricated with
acoustical lining and tinted safety glass
throughout. Deluxe fabric covered, fully
adjustable air ride seat. Complete driving
controls and engine instrumentation
including tilt telescope steering wheel,
tachometer, speedometer, voltmeter,
water temp., oil pressure, fuel level, air
pressure gauge with A/V warning and
engine high temp./low oil pressure A/V
warning. Other standard items include hot
water heater/defroster, electric windshield
wash/wipe, fire extinguisher, seat belt, air
conditioning, air horn and door lock.
Electrical system
Two (2) 12V batteries. 12V lighting/starting.
Battery disconnect standard equipment.
Maximum speed
104 km/h (65 mph)
Gradeability (theoretical)
70%
Miscellaneous standard
equipment
Aluminum fenders with rear storage
compartments; dual rear view mirrors;
electronic back-up alarm; pump disconnect;
tire inflation kit; air cleaner restriction
indicator; headache ball stowage; chrome
package which includes aluminum wheels,
and LMI event recorder.
*Denotes optional equipment.
Carrier
Grove
TMS700E
Capacity: 60 US (55 Metric) Tons
Features
Powerful 450 HP diesel engine
Heavy-duty drivetrain
Air-Ride suspension
Excellent capacities
TMS700E
Height: 11 ft 9 inches (3.6 m)
Width: 8 ft 6 inches (2.6 m)
Length: 46 ft (14 m)
Wheelbase: 222 inches (5.6 m)
Dimensions
TMS700E
36-110 ft (11-33.5 m) 4-section
full-power MEGAFORM
TM
shape
117 ft (35.6 m) Maximum tip height
100 ft (30.5 m) Maximum working radius
Boom- MEGAFORM Design
TMS700E
Swingaway alignment device
Easy-access wear pads
Optional boom mounted
flood lights
Boom Features
TMS700E
Quick-reeve boom nose
Sequence-synchronized boom extension
First inner-mid extends 100%, then outer-mid and fly extend in synch
Single lever control
Cylinder extension of inner- and outer-mid sections, cable-extended fly section
Boom Telescope System
TMS700E
Cable extended
fly section
Bi-fold swingaway extension
33-56 ft (10-17.1 m) Bi-fold swingaway, offsets: 0, 25 & 45
Maximum tip height: 170 ft (51.8 m)
Boom Extensions
TMS700E
One insert with full swingaway
20 ft (6m) + 56 ft (17.1m)
One insert with swingaway base section
20 ft (6m) + 33 ft (10m)
Optional I nserts
TMS700E
Optional I nserts
Two inserts with full swingaway
40 ft (12m) + 56 ft (17.1m)
Two inserts with swingaway base section
40 ft (12m) + 33 ft (10m)
TMS700E
Main and Auxiliary Hoists
TMS700E
HP30-19
Grooved drums
Integral rotation indicators
Hoist mounted mirrors
Hoist line pull: 19,691 lb. (1
st
Layer)
Rope: x 500 ft (152 m) on main and auxiliary hoists
6 x 37 class - main hoist
35 x 7 class auxiliary hoist (spin resistant)
Optional: 35 x 7 for main hoist (spin resistant)
Permissible line pull: 16,800 lb. (7 620 kg)
Max single line speed: 514 fpm (157 m/m)
Power installed and removed
Standard: 11,000 lb., 2 x 5,500 lb. (2 495 kg)
Optional: One additional 5,500 lb. (2 495 kg)
piece
Combined with standard package provides
16,500 lb. (7 485 kg) total counterweight
Counterweight
TMS700E
Hot water heater
Sliding skylight with wiper
Sunscreen
Optional LMI light bar
Constructed of galvanealed steel
Excellent visibility
Superstructure Cab
TMS700E
Single-axis hydraulic controllers
Graphic LMI display
Engine instrumentation
Remote throttle control
Hand held outrigger control and
level bubble
House lock control lever
360 house lock control
Superstructure Cab
TMS700E
Four gear pumps provide 160 gpm (606 L/min)
Pressure-compensated valve banks
Remote mounted oil cooler
Rear engine mounted PTO
170 gal. (643 l) reservoir with sight level
5 micron return filtration
Hydraulic System
TMS700E
Transmission
Fuller Roadranger 11 speed
Max travel speed: 65 mph (105 km/h)
Powertrain
TMS700E
Engine:
On Highway EPA Compliant
Cummins ISM-450
450 hp, 1,550 lb-ft torque
Engine compression brake & engine distress A/V
warning system STD
100 gal. (376 l) tank
Clean idle certified
Fuel requirement: Maximum 15 ppm sulfur
content (Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel)
Optional Engine: (Required for export)
Off Highway EPA Compliant
Cummins QSM-402
402 hp, 1,400 lb-ft torque
Engine compression brake & engine distress A/V warning
system STD
Fuel requirement: Maximum 5000 ppm sulfur content
Front: Air suspension over walking beam with
shocks
Capacity: 49,200 lbs
Rear: Air suspension over walking
beam with shocks
Capacity: 60,000 lbs
Deflate:
Picking on rubber
Setting up on outriggers
Axles/ Suspension
TMS700E
Air/ Brake System
Standard air dryer
Aluminum air tanks with manual bleed off valves
Standard tire inflation disconnects on both
sides of chassis air governor override switch
on console
Dual air brake system, front/rear
Spring applied parking brake acting on rear
axles
S cam brakes
TMS700E
Tilt / telescope steering wheel
Air height adjustment seat
Excellent visibility
Full engine instrumentation
Galvanealed construction
Hot water heater
Air conditioning
Optional amber strobe light
Chassis Cab
TMS700E
Single stage beams
Inverted jacks
3-position: Retracted, 50% &
100%
Controls mounted on both
sides of chassis with level
bubbles
Optional aluminum floats
5th stabilizer with self-storing pad and
automatic first-retract
Convenient hand-held outrigger control
Outriggers
TMS700E
Headache ball stowage
Large storage compartment at
right front of chassis
Full-width aluminum decking
Cribbing storage in rear fenders
Chassis Features
TMS700E
Front:
445/65R22.5 radial tires mounted
on aluminum wheels
Rear:
315/80R22.5 dual radial tires mounted on
outer aluminum wheels, inner steel
Tires/ Wheels
TMS700E
GROSS FRONT REAR
78,245 lb. 41,534 lb. 36,711 lb.
(35 491 kg) (18 839 kg) (16 651 kg)
Travel Weights
TMS700E
Machine equipped with:
110 ft boom, 33 - 56 ft. swingaway, main & aux hoist, aux boom nose, 40 t block and 8.3 t ball
No Cwt
Machine equipped with:
110 ft boom, 33 - 56 ft. swingaway, main & aux hoist, aux boom nose, 40 t block and 8.3 t ball
5,500 lb CWT (on chassis); 5,500 lb CWT (on S/S)
GROSS FRONT REAR
89,245 lb. 44,012 lb. 45,233 lb.
(40 481 kg) (19 964 kg) (20 517 kg)
Travel Weights
TMS700E
Machine equipped with:
110 ft boom, 33 - 56 ft. swingaway, main & aux hoist, aux boom nose, 40 t block and 8.3 t ball
5,500 lb CWT (on chassis); 11,000 lb CWT (on S/S)
GROSS FRONT REAR
94,745 lb. 41,798 lb. 52,947lb.
(42 976 kg) (18 959 kg) (24 017 kg)
Travel Weights
TMS700E
vs HTC 8660 Series ll
Main Boom:
Avg 17% GREATER Grove Capacity
33 ft Swingaway:
Avg 26% GREATER Grove Capacity
56 ft bi-fold:
Avg 23% GREATER Grove Capacity and 10 ft
more working radius!
Competition
TMS700E
Vs Terex
vs Terex T560-1
33 ft. Swingaway:
Avg 23% GREATER Grove Capacity
56 ft. Swingaway:
Avg 12% GREATER Grove Capacity
Competition
TMS700E
TMS700E vs
Link-Belt HTC-8660 Series ll
and Terex T560-1
The TMS700E offers:
Swingaway offsets up to 45 degrees ( vs 30 for competitors)
2 x 20 ft jib inserts provides up to 40 ft greater tip height
Hydraulic single axis crane controls
Hot water cab heater
up to 86% faster hook speeds
up to 87% greater line pull
up to 27% more standard horsepower
STANDARD front and rear air suspension
inverted outrigger jacks
and up to 83% greater capacities
up to 15 ft greater working radius
Competition Summary
TMS700E
Thank
You
TMS700E
Make Grove Link-Belt Terex Tadano
Model TMS700E HTC-8660 II T560-1 TT600XL
Source USA USA USA
Nominal Cap (Ton)/Radius 60T/10' 60T/7' 60T/10' 60T/10'
MAIN BOOM LENGTH
Standard Boom 36'-110' 35.5' - 110' 35'-110' 36.1'-111.9'
Optional Boom N/O N/O N/O N/O
Full Power Length 110' 110' 110' 111.9'
No. Of Sheaves 4 4 5 5
Boom Lift Cylinders 1 1 1 2
Boom Arc -3-78 -3-78 -4-76 -4-80.5
Tele System Seq. Sync. Synhronized Mech. Sync. Mech. Sync.
Boom Design Megaform Diamond Emboss 4 Plate Embossed Hexagonal
BOOM EXTENSIONS
Standard 33'-56' N/O N/O N/O
Optional 33' 28.5', 28.5-51' 33', 33'-57' 32.5',32.5'-58.1'
Optional Insert 40'+56' N/O N/O N/O
J ib Offsets 0-25-45 2-20-40 0-15-30 3.5-25-45
Max. Onboard Boom & J ib 206' 161' 167' 170'
Max. Tip Height 212' 167' 173' 179'
SUPERSTRUCTURE CAB
Crane Controls Hyd. Single Axis Hyd. Dual Axis Electric Dual Axis Levers
Steering Controls No Optional NL No
MAIN HOIST
Model HP30G-19 2M N/L N/L
Drum Diameter 15" 10.63" 10.62" 15.75"
No. Of Speeds 2 2 2 N/L
Maximum Speed [fpm] 588 502 533 533
Max. Pull/Permissible [lbs] 18,134/16,800 15,871 / 11,770 15639 / 9000 18,200/15,200
Max. Speed/Pull [fpm/Lbs] 588/6,707 502 / NL 533 /5,052 585/11,800
Low Speed/Pull [fpm/lbs] 204/18,134 166 / 15,871 184 / 15,639 378/18,200
Hook Speed [fpm] 73.50 62.75 53.30 53.30
Cable Dia. [inches]-Type 3/4" - 6x37 5/8" - 6X19 5/8" - 6x19 3/4" - 6x37
Stowage Cap. [ft]/Layers 694 / 7 737 / 6 561 1,095.5'/7
AUXILIARY HOIST
Model Same Same Same Same
No. Of Speeds As As As As
Maximum Speed [fpm] Main Main Main Main
Max. Pull/Permissible [lbs]
Max. Speed/Pull [fpm/lbs]
Cable Dia. [inches]-Type 3/4" - 35x7 5/8" - 6X19 5/8" - 6x19 N/L
SWING
Glide Swing Yes Yes Yes Yes
Speed 2.5 2.5 2.8 1.8
Dynamic Brake Yes Yes Yes Yes
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
No. Of Pump Sections 4 7 4 4
Pump Type Gear Gear Gear Gear
Output/Pressure [gpm/psi] 135/4,000 190 / NL 115 / 3,500 N/L
Reservoir Capacity [gallons 170 144 117 185
Counterweight
Removal System 2 Hydr. Slab Std Std Std
Standard [lbs] 2/5,500 (11,000) 4,300 (Bolted) 4,500 8,000 (Pinned)
Optional [lbs] 5,500 Removable 10,800 Removable 12,000 Removable
SPECIFICATION COMPARISON
TMS700E VS. COMPARISON
TMS700E_Spec_and_Load_Chart_Comparison_Web_1_STK909 / Specifications Page 1 of 3 Rev. 12/1/2009
Make Grove Link-Belt Terex Tadano
Model TMS700E HTC-8660 II T560-1 TT600XL
DIMENSIONS
Overall Length 46'1" 43' 6" 43' 10" 44'7"
Overall Width
Std. Tires 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 5"
Opt. Tires 8' 6" N/O N/L N/L
Wheelbase 222" 231.25" 250"
Overall Height 11' 9" 11' 7" 11' 11" 12'
Boom Overhang 6' 5' 2" 5' 3" 4' 8"
Max. Tail Swing 13' 6" 12' 9" N/L 13'6"
Centerline To Rear Outrigg 10' 2" 9' 11" 10' 2" 9' 2"
Approach/Departure Angle 17 - 18 17 - 18 25 - 18.9 20 - 13
Max. Ground Clearance 11.8" 13.8" N/L 12.2"
CHASSIS
STANDARD POWER
Make Cummins Caterpillar Detroit Diesel Cummins
Model ISM450 C-13 Series 60 QSM11
Horsepower 450 365 430 385
Torque [ft-lbs] 1550 1350 1450 1310
HP/Ton Ratio 11.42 10.49 11.35 9.33
Fuel Tank Capacity [gallons 100 75 100 105.6
OPTIONAL POWER
Make N/O N/O N/O N/O
Model
Horsepower
Torque [ft-lbs]
HP/Ton
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Batteries 2-12V 3-12V 3 (12V) 2-12V
Starting 12V 12V 12V 24V
Lighting 12V 12V 12V 24V
TRANSMISSION
Make Eaton Fuller ZF Astronic Fuller ZF AS TRONIC
Type 11+3 12 +2 11 12AS2301
Optional N/O N/O Allison 6+1 N/O
STEERING CONFIG.
Steering Type 8x4x4 8x4x4 8x4x4 8x4
AXLES
Make Meritor N/L N/L N/L
Front Beam Type Single Track Tubular Beam Full Floating steering
Rear Tandem Track Tandem Track Tandem Track
No-Spin Inter Axle/Diff. Lock Inter Axle Inter Axle Inter Axle/Diff. Lock
BRAKES
Service Air Air Air Inter Axle/Diff. Lock
Park Spring/Air Spring/Air Spring/Air Spring
Rear Axles Rear Axles Rear Axles
SUSPENSION TYPE
Front Walking Beam/Air Walking Beam/Air Walking Beam/Air Leaf Springs
Rear Walking Beam/Air Walking Beam/Air Walking Beam/Air Solid Tandem w/equalizer
TIRES
Standard Front 445/65R22.5 425/65R22.5 425/65R22.5 445/65R22.5
Standard Rear 315/80R22.5 11R22.5 11R22.5 315/80R22.5
Optional Front N/O N/O N\L N\L
Optional Rear N/O N/O N\L N\L
Optional Front N/O N/O N/O N/O
Optional Rear N/O N/O N/O N/O
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Make Grove Link-Belt Terex Tadano
Model TMS700E HTC-8660 II T560-1 TT600XL
PERFORMANCE
Max. Travel Speed [mph] 65 60 65 61.5
Max. Gradability 70% 57% 100% N/L
TURNING RADIUS
Road 45' 1" 38' 7" 42' 8" N/L
Site 45' 10" 44' 1" N\L N\L
OUTRIGGERS
Type Beam & J ack Beam & J ack Beam & J ack Beam & J ack
C-C JACKS
Lateral 20' 20' 6" 21' 23' 8"
Logitudinal 18' 4" 19' 10" 20' 4" 19'8"
Positions 0% - 50% - 100% 0% - 50% - 100% 0% - 50% - 100% 0% - 50% - 100%
O/R Lift 9" 13.6" 8.1" 20"
Fifth J ack Yes Yes Yes Yes
Max Pad Load [lbs] 90,890 76,000 N/L N'L
J ack Type Inverted Exposed Rod Exposed Rod
Float Size 24" dia. 23.5"x27.3" steel 24" dia. 21" dia.
CONTROLS
Superstructure Std. Std. Std. Std.
Chassis Std. Std. Optional Std.
Grove Link-Belt Terex Tadano
TMS700E HTC-8660 II T560-1 TT600XL
GVW 78,823 69,598 75,756 82,550
Axle Loads-Front 41,844 33,297 37,384 37,129
Axle Loads-Rear 36,979 36,301 39,519 45,421
GVW [LBS] With Max CWT, Block, Ball, Swingaway
GVW 95,323 80,344 87,756 92,458
Axle Loads-Front 42,108 Brochure Incorrect 40,154 43,079
Axle Loads-Rear 53,215 Brochure Incorrect 48,749 49,379
GVW [LBS] Zero Removeable CWT, Block, Ball, Swingaway
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TMS700E T-560-1 HTC-8660 S II TT-600XL
35'-110' 35'-110' 35'-110' 36.1'-111.9'
4-Sect. FP 4-Sect. FP 4-Sect. FP 4-Sect. FP
CWT 16,500 lb. 16,500 lb. 15,100 lb. 8,000 lb.
GVW 94,693 lb. 87,756 lb. 80,344 lb. 81,790 lb.
Radius (ft)
10 120,000 120,000 0% 100,000 20% 120,000 0%
12 100,000 100,700 -1% 76,000 32% 107,000 -7%
15 87,300 82,800 5% 65,800 33% 88,200 -1%
20 68,250 62,500 9% 53,400 28% 69,700 -2%
25 54,900 48,300 14% 41,900 31% 53,100 3%
30 36,700 38,100
AVG GREATER CAPACITY 6% 29% -1%
Radius (ft) 50' 50' 50' 49'
10 80,200 80,000 0% 72,800 10% 90,600 -11%
12 80,200 80,000 0% 65,800 22% 90,600 -11%
15 80,200 78,400 2% 57,700 39% 90,600 -11%
20 64,300 63,300 2% 47,500 35% 65,300 -2%
25 52,000 49,600 5% 40,300 29% 52,400 -1%
30 38,700 38,600 0% 33,600 15% 37,800 2%
35 29,400 29,100 1% 25,400 16% 28,700 2%
40 23,050 22,700 2% 19,900 16% 22,500 2%
45 18,100
AVG GREATER CAPACITY 2% 23% -4%
TMS700E
CAPACITY COMPARISON, 360, 85% DOMESTIC
MAIN BOOM-ON OUTRIGGERS
45/55 FT BOOM LENGTH
MAIN BOOM FULLY RETRACTED
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CWT 16,500 lb. 16,500 lb. 15,100 lb. 8,000 lb.
Radius (ft) 80' 80' 80'
15 36,800 35,400 4% 40,700
20 36,800 46,200 -20% 34,700 6% 40,700 -10%
25 34,000 40,700 -16% 34,300 -1% 35,300 -4%
30 29,000 36,000 -19% 30,400 -5% 30,300 -4%
35 25,000 26,500 -6% 26,100 -4% 26,400 -5%
40 22,000 23,800 -8% 20,700 6% 23,300 -6%
45 18,800 19,300 -3% 16,800 12% 19,800 -5%
50 15,600 16,000 -3% 13,900 12% 16,300 -4%
55 12,950 13,400 -3% 11,700 11% 13,600 -5%
60 10,850 11,300 -4% 9,900 10% 11,400 -5%
65 9,110 9,600 -5% 8,400 8% 9,700 -6%
70 7,650 8,100 -6% 7,100 8% 8,200 -7%
75 6,800 6,900
AVG GREATER CAPACITY -8% 6% -5%
Radius (ft) 100' 95' 100' 100'
20 29,100 37,200
25 27,000 35,300 -24% 24,000 13% 32,300 -16%
30 24,200 26,700 -9% 22,600 7% 27,600 -12%
35 21,750 28,000 -22% 20,100 8% 24,000 -9%
40 19,000 24,000 -21% 18,000 6% 21,100 -10%
45 17,300 19,500 -11% 16,200 7% 18,600 -7%
50 16,000 16,200 -1% 14,100 13% 16,500 -3%
55 14,100 13,600 4% 11,800 19% 14,100 0%
60 12,000 11,500 4% 10,100 19% 11,900 1%
65 10,250 9,800 5% 8,600 19% 10,100 1%
70 8,820 8,400 5% 7,400 19% 8,700 1%
75 7,580 7,200 5% 6,300 20% 7,400 2%
80 6,490 5,400 20% 6,400 1%
85 5,550 5,200 7% 4,600 21% 5,500 1%
90 4,730 4,400 8% 4,000 18% 4,700 1%
95
AVG GREATER CAPACITY -4% 15% -3%
80/85 FT BOOM LENGTH
95/105 FT BOOM LENGTH
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CWT 16,500 lb. 16,500 lb. 15,100 lb. 8,000 lb.
Radius (ft) 110' 110' 110' 111.9'
20 24,000 27,800
25 24,000 19,500 23% 27,800 -14%
30 22,000 24,800 -11% 19,500 13% 24,400 -10%
35 20,000 24,800 -19% 18,500 8% 21,600 -7%
40 18,500 22,500 -18% 16,500 12% 19,400 -5%
45 17,300 19,600 -12% 14,700 18% 17,300 0%
50 16,000 16,300 -2% 13,300 20% 16,000 0%
55 14,100 13,700 3% 11,900 18% 14,400 -2%
60 12,200 11,700 4% 10,200 20% 12,200 0%
65 10,600 10,000 6% 8,700 22% 10,600 0%
70 9,000 8,600 5% 7,500 20% 9,100 -1%
75 7,800 7,400 5% 6,400 22% 7,900 -1%
80 6,600 5,500 20% 6,800 -3%
85 5,800 5,500 5% 4,700 23% 5,900 -2%
90 5,000 4,700 6% 4,000 25% 5,100 -2%
95 4,270 3,400 26% 4,300 -1%
100 3,600 3,300 9% 2,900 24% 3,700 -3%
105 3,200
110
AVG GREATER CAPACITY -1% 20% -3%
AVG GREATER CAPACITIES
(THRU OUT CHART) -2% 17% -4%
MAXIMUM MAIN BOOM LENGTH
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TMS700E T-560-1 HTC-8660 S II TT-600XL
CWT 16,500 lb. 16,500 lb. 15,100 lb. 8,000 lb.
110'+33' 110'+33' 110'+28.5' 111.9'+32.5'
Radius (ft) 0 0 2 3.5
30 12,900
35 12,900 12,500 3% 9,400 37% 12,300 5%
40 12,900 11,800 9% 9,400 37% 12,300 5%
45 12,900 11,200 15% 9,400 37%
50 12,100 9,400 29% 11,800 3%
55 11,100 10,300 8% 9,300 19%
60 10,100 9,500 6% 8,600 17%
65 9,130 8,000 14% 9,600 -5%
70 8,460 8,700 -3% 7,500 13%
75 7,840 7,400 6% 7,000 12% 8,000 -2%
80 7,230 6,100 19%
85 6,470 4,900 32% 5,300 22% 6,900 -6%
90 5,670 4,600 23%
95 4,970 4,800 4% 4,000 24% 5,400 -8%
100 4,350 3,800 14% 3,500 24% 4,200 4%
105 3,790 3,100 22% 3,000 26%
110 3,290 2,500 32% 3,300 -0%
115 2,830 2,400 18% 2,200 29% 2,700 5%
120 2,420 1,700 42% 1,800 34%
125 2,040 1,500 36% 2,100
130 1,700 1,000 70% 1,200 42% 1,700
AVG GREATER CAPACITY 23% 26% -0%
TMS700E
BOOM EXTENSIONS
ON OUTRIGGERS-360 DEG-85% DOMESTIC
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CWT 16500 lb. 16,500 lb. 15,100 lb. 8,000 lb.
110'+56' 110'+57' 110'+51' 111.9'+58.1'
Radius (ft) 0 0 2 3.5
35 8,330
40 8,330 7,900 5%
45 8,330 6,500 28% 6,200 34% 7,900 5%
50 8,330 6,200 34% 7,900 5%
55 8,250 6,400 29% 6,200 33%
60 7,540 6,200 22% 6,200 22%
65 7,160 6,100 17% 7,200 -1%
70 6,820 6,000 14% 5,800 18%
75 6,300 5,400 17% 5,400 17%
80 5,810 5,000 16% 6,300 -8%
85 5,370 4,900 10% 4,700 14%
90 4,980 4,400 13% 5,300 -6%
95 4,630 4,500 3% 4,100 13%
100 4,320 4,200 3% 3,900 11%
105 4,040 3,400 19% 4,600 -12%
110 3,760 3,700 2% 3,000 25%
115 3,290 2,600 27% 3,700 -11%
120 2,860 3,000 -5% 2,200 30%
125 2,470 2,400 3% 1,900 30% 2,800 -12%
130 2,120 1,600 33% 2,100 1%
135 1,790 1,800 -1% 1,300 38%
140 1,480 1,600 -8%
145 1,200 1,300 -8% 1,200 0%
150 700
AVG GREATER CAPACITY 12% 23% -3%
TMS700E
BOOM EXTENSIONS
ON OUTRIGGERS-360 DEG-85% DOMESTIC
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TMS700E T560-1 HTC-8660 S II TT-600XL
35'-110' 35'-110' 35'-110' 36.1'-111.9'
4-Sect. FP 4-Sect. FP 4-Sect. FP 4-Sect. FP
CWT 11,000 lb. 11,500 lb. 15,100 lbs 8,000 lb.
GVW 88,720 lb. 82,756 lb. 80,344 lb. 81,790 lbs.
RADIUS
(FT) MAIN BOOM FULLY RETRACTED
10 120,000 120,000 0% 100,000 20% 120,000 0%
12 100,000 106,500 -6% 76,000 32% 107,000 -7%
15 87,300 83,400 5% 65,800 33% 88,200 -1%
20 68,250 60,200 13% 53,400 28% 69,700 -2%
25 48,550 46,100 5% 41,900 16% 53,100 -9%
30 32,000 38,100
AVG GREATER CAPACITY 3% 26% -4%
50' 50' 50' 49'
10 80,200 60,100 33% 72,800 10% 90,600 -11%
12 80,200 60,100 33% 65,800 22% 90,600 -11%
15 80,200 60,100 33% 57,700 39% 90,600 -11%
20 64,300 60,100 7% 47,500 35% 65,300 -2%
25 47,650 47,500 0% 40,300 18% 52,400 -9%
30 33,650 33,900 -1% 33,600 0% 37,800 -11%
35 25,250 25,600 -1% 25,400 -1% 28,700 -12%
40 19,500 19,600 -1% 19,900 -2% 22,500 -13%
45
AVG GREATER CAPACITY 13% 15% -10%
80' 80' 80' 87'
15 36,800 35,400 4% 40,700 -10%
20 36,800 46,200 -20% 34,700 6% 40,700 -10%
25 34,000 40,700 -16% 34,300 -1% 35,300 -4%
30 29,000 35,100 -17% 30,400 -5% 30,300 -4%
35 25,000 26,500 -6% 26,100 -4% 26,400 -5%
40 20,050 20,800 -4% 20,700 -3% 23,300 -14%
45 16,050 16,800 -4% 16,800 -4% 19,800 -19%
50 13,050 13,800 -5% 13,900 -6% 16,300 -20%
55 10,700 11,400 -6% 11,700 -9% 13,600 -21%
60 8,850 9,500 -7% 9,900 -11% 11,400 -22%
65 7,280 7,900 -8% 8,400 -13% 9,700 -25%
70 5,970 6,600 -10% 7,100 -16% 8,200 -27%
75 5,400 6,900
AVG GREATER CAPACITY -9% -5% -15%
TMS700E
CAPACITY COMPARISON, 360, 85% DOMESTIC
MAIN BOOM-ON OUTRIGGERS
45/55 FT BOOM LENGTH
80/85 FT BOOM LENGTH
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CWT 11,000 lb. 11,500 lb. 15,100 lbs 8,000 lb.
RADIUS 95/105 FT BOOM LENGTH
(FT) 100' 95' 100' 100'
20 29,100 37,200
25 27,000 35,300 -24% 24,000 13% 32,300 -16%
30 24,200 31,100 -22% 22,600 7% 27,600 -12%
35 21,750 26,700 -19% 20,100 8% 24,000 -9%
40 19,000 21,000 -10% 18,000 6% 21,100 -10%
45 17,300 17,000 2% 16,200 7% 18,600 -7%
50 14,300 14,000 2% 14,100 1% 16,500 -13%
55 11,900 11,600 3% 11,800 1% 14,100 -16%
60 10,000 9,800 2% 10,100 -1% 11,900 -16%
65 8,450 8,200 3% 8,600 -2% 10,100 -16%
70 7,140 6,900 3% 7,400 -4% 8,700 -18%
75 6,020 5,800 4% 6,300 -4% 7,400 -19%
80 5,050 5,400 -6% 6,400 -21%
85 4,200 4,000 5% 4,600 -9% 5,500 -24%
90 3,460 3,300 5% 4,000 -14% 4,700 -26%
95
AVG GREATER CAPACITY -3% 0% -16%
110' 110' 110' 111.9'
20 24,000 27,800
25 24,000 19,500 23% 27,800 -14%
30 22,000 24,800 -11% 19,500 13% 24,400 -10%
35 20,000 24,800 -19% 18,500 8% 21,600 -7%
40 18,500 21,200 -13% 16,500 12% 19,400 -5%
45 17,300 17,100 1% 14,700 18% 17,300 0%
50 14,850 14,100 5% 13,300 12% 16,000 -7%
55 12,400 11,800 5% 11,900 4% 14,400 -14%
60 10,400 9,900 5% 10,200 2% 12,200 -15%
65 8,830 8,400 5% 8,700 1% 10,600 -17%
70 7,480 7,100 5% 7,500 -0% 9,100 -18%
75 6,350 6,000 6% 6,400 -1% 7,900 -20%
80 5,370 5,500 -2% 6,800 -21%
85 4,510 4,300 5% 4,700 -4% 5,900 -24%
90 3,750 3,500 7% 4,000 -6% 5,100 -26%
95 3,080 3,400 -9% 4,300 -28%
100 2,480 2,300 8% 2,900 -14% 3,700 -33%
105 1,800 3,200
AVG GREATER CAPACITY 1% 3% -16%
AVG GREATER CAPACITIES
(THRU OUT CHART) -0% 4% -14%
TMS700E
MAXIMUM MAIN BOOM LENGTH
CAPACITY COMPARISON, 360, 85% DOMESTIC
MAIN BOOM-ON OUTRIGGERS
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CWT 11,000 lb. 11,500 lb. 15,100 lbs 8,000 lb.
RADIUS 110'+33' 110'+33' 110'+28.5' 111.9'+32.5'
(FT) 0 0 2 3.5
30 12,900
35 12,900 12,500 3% 9,400 37%
40 12,900 9,400 37% 12,300 5%
42 12,900 11,800 9%
45 12,900 9,400 37%
47 12,580 11,200 12%
50 12,100 9,400 29% 11,800 3%
53 11,500
55 11,100 10,300 8% 9,300 19%
60 10,100 9,000 12% 8,600 17%
65 9,130 8,000 14% 9,600 -5%
67 8,662
70 7,960 7,500 6% 7,500 6%
73 7,306
75 6,870 6,300 9% 7,000 -2% 8,000 -14%
80 5,930 6,100 -3%
85 5,120 4,900 4% 5,300 -3% 6,900 -26%
87 4,836
90 4,410 4,600 -4%
93 4,032 3,700 9% 5,400 -25%
95 3,780 4,000 -6%
99 3,340
100 3,230 2,900 11% 3,500 -8% 4,200 -23%
105 2,730 3,000 -9%
106 2,640 2,200 20%
110 2,280 2,500 -9% 3,300 -31%
114 1,952 1,600 22%
115 1,870 2,200 -15% 2,700 -31%
120 1,500 1,800 -17%
121 1,434 900 59% 2,100 -32%
125 1,170 1,500 -22%
130 1,200 1,700 #####
AVG GREATER CAPACITY 14% 5% -25%
Interpolated Capacities
ON OUTRIGGERS-360 DEG-85% DOMESTIC
TMS700E
BOOM EXTENSIONS
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CWT 11,000 lb. 11,500 lb. 15,100 lbs 8,000 lb.
110'+56' 110'+57' 110'+51' 111.9'+58.1'
0 0 2 3.5
35 8,330
40 8,330
45 8,330 6,500 28% 6,200 34%
50 8,330 6,400 30% 6,200 34% 7,900 5%
55 8,250 6,200 33%
56 8,108
60 7,540 6,200 22% 6,200 22%
62 7,388
65 7,160 6,000 19% 6,100 17% 7,200 -1%
70 6,820 5,800 18%
75 6,300 5,400 17% 5,400 17%
78 6,006 6,300 -5%
80 5,810 5,000 16%
85 5,370 4,700 14%
86 5,288 4,900 8%
90 4,960 4,500 10% 4,400 13% 5,300 -6%
95 4,310 4,100 5%
100 3,730 3,600 4% 3,900 -4%
105 3,210 3,400 -6% 4,600 -30%
110 2,750 2,800 -2% 3,000 -8%
114 2,414 3,700 -35%
115 2,330 2,600 -10%
120 1,940 2,100 -8% 2,200 -12%
122 1,800 2,800 -36%
125 1,590 1,600 -1% 1,900 -16%
129 1,334
130 1,270 1,600 -21% 2,100 -40%
135 1,300
140 1,600 #####
AVG GREATER CAPACITY 12% 8% -27%
Interpolated Capacities
TMS700E
BOOM EXTENSIONS
ON OUTRIGGERS-360 DEG-85% DOMESTIC
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Recommended Bid
Specification
Grove TMS700E
Recommended Bid Specifcation for Grove TMS700E
EffEcTivE: 12/17/2008
General Description
Tis specifcation describes a rubber tired, 8x4x4 drive, carrier mounted type full hydraulic, self-propelled mobile hydraulic crane
with a 50 ton (100,000 lb.), 50 tonne (50,000 kg.) or 60 ton (120,000 lb.) 55 tonne (55,000 kg.) capacity on outriggers, 360
rotation.
Dimensions
Machine shall not exceed 11 ft. 10 in. (3.6 m) overall height, 44 ft. 6 in. (13.6 m) overall length [46 ft. 1 in. (14.1 m) with the
auxiliary boom nose] or 8 ft. 6 in. (2.6 m) width in travel confguration. Boom overhang shall not exceed 5 ft. 10 in. (1.8 m), 7 ft.
5 in. (2.3 m) with the auxiliary boom nose. With outriggers fully extended, outrigger spread shall not exceed 20 ft. (6.1 m) from
side to side and 18 ft. 4 in. (5.6 m) from front to rear.
Superstructure
A. Boom - Te boom shall be of steel construction and of the full power type having 4 sections consisting of a base section, 3
powered telescopic sections with an extended length not more than 110 ft. (33.5 m). Te boom extension system shall be of the
sequential/synchronized type with a fully hydraulic inner-mid and a hydraulically extended mechanically synchronized outer mid
and fy section, all controlled by a single lever in the cab. All telescopic sections shall be adequately supported on friction type
wear pads to prevent metal-to-metal contact between the sliding sections. An electronic in-cab display of boom length and angle
shall be provided. Te quick reeve type boom point shall be equipped with a suitable number of nylatron sheaves and quick
removable type rope guards. Rope guards shall not be permanently afxed (i.e. welded) or require the use of tools to remove
them.
B. Boom Elevation - Boom elevation shall be controlled by a double-acting hydraulic cylinder throughout the range of -3 below
horizontal to +78 above horizontal. Te boom elevation cylinder shall be equipped with integral type holding valve to prevent
inadvertent retraction of the cylinder due to hydraulic system or engine failure. An electronic in-cab display for boom angle with
high and low angle presets shall be provided.
C. Boom Extension - Supplied as standard shall be a swing around type bi-fold extension having a length not less than 33 ft.
(10.1 m) and a minimum extended length of 56 ft. (17.1m). Te extension shall be of an ofsettable type with ofset capabilities of
0, 25 and 45. Tis ofset capability shall be achieved without the use of: backstay cables, pendant lines, turnbuckles or gantry.
When not in use, the extension shall stow alongside the boom base section for travel. A swingaway alignment device shall be
provided for easy pinning of the fourth pin. To be ofered as an option are (2) 20 (6.1 m) intermediate extension inserts that will
increase extension length to a minimum of 96 ft. (29.3 m).
D. Swing System - Te swing system shall consist of a planetary drive gear box and single row ball bearing slew ring. Both top
and bottom mounting surfaces for the slew ring shall be precision machined to ensure a uniform and level mounting surface.
Swing shall be of the 360 continuous free swing type and equipped with a foot activated dynamic type multi-disc brake for
precision stopping. Swing system shall incorporate a hydraulic swing parking brake, two position hand-operated houselock and a
360 positive type swing lock, all controlled from within the operators cab. Te swing parking brake shall automatically apply in
the event of hydraulic system or engine failure, but not when the swing control is returned to the neutral position with the engine
and pumps operating.
E. Load Hoist - Unit shall be equipped with main & auxiliary hoists with two-speed hydraulic powered planetary drive and
grooved drum having equal speeds power up and down. A hoist with freefall or controlled freefall capability is strictly prohibited.
Te hoist drive and brake mechanism shall be so designed as to be capable of controlling 110% of rated capacity. Te load hoist
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mechanism shall permit for automatic holding of the brakes in the applied position without the attention of the operator and
the hoist control in the neutral position. Both the main and auxiliary hoist shall be equipped with electronic in-cab style drum
rotation indicators, cable followers, mirrors and wire rope.
F. Crane Operators Compartment - Te upper structure shall be equipped with an all-weather type galvanealed steel enclosure
to protect the operator from the elements. Te interior shall be acoustically treated and shall be complete with: sliding left side
door, sliding right side window, sliding rear window, tinted safety glass throughout, sliding skylight with wiper, sunscreen, electric
windshield wiper and washer, swing horn, hot water heater and defroster, circular bubble outrigger level indicator, outrigger
control panel, hand and foot controls for swing and engine throttle, complete engine instrumentation, deluxe seat with seatbelt,
fre extinguisher, and hydraulic single axis controls for crane functions.
Chassis
A. Frame - All steel triple box construction with integral welded outrigger boxes and decking with skid resistance. frame shall
incorporate front and rear towing and tie-down lugs.
B. Outriggers - front and rear hydraulic double-box type, telescoping single stage beam outriggers with integral holding or
check valves. Outrigger jack cylinders will be of the inverted type with cylinder rod protection. Outriggers shall retract to within
the chassis width and when extended shall provide a frm and stable lifting base. Outrigger controls shall be of a type to permit
selective extension of each individual jack to facilitate leveling on uneven surfaces. controls shall also permit simultaneous
operation of the front and rear outriggers. Outrigger controls shall be located in the crane cab and on each side of the carrier
for ease of operation. Standard to the above system shall be a front mounted ffth hydraulic outrigger for 360 capacities with
controls in the crane cab. Tree-position setting is provided with 0%, 50% and fully extended.
C. Operators Compartment - Te unit shall be equipped with an all-weather type galvaneal steel enclosure to protect the
operator from the elements. Te interior shall be acoustically treated and shall be complete with a swing-out type door, sliding
side and rear windows for ventilation, tinted safety glass throughout and a deluxe fabric seat with seat belt. Operators seat shall
incorporate multi-position adjustment of the suspension to suit the height of the operator and the seat back shall be adjustable
throughout 5 tilt. All chassis driving controls shall be located within the enclosure. All engine monitoring instrumentation
and controls shall be located inside the enclosure within easy view and reach of the operator. instrumentation shall include the
following:
Engineoilpressuregauge
Enginewatertemperaturegauge
Speedometerwithodometer
Fuellevelgauge
Voltmeter
Tachometer
Lowairpressureaudiovisualwarningsystem
Inter-axlediferentiallockcontrol
D. Drivetrain Ofered as standard the chassis shall be powered by an On Highway 6 cylinder diesel-fuel engine having
a minimum of 450 bhp (336 kW) at governed RPM. Engine shall meet current On Highway EPA emissions regulations
andrequireUltraLowSulfurDieselfuelwithamaximumof15ppmofsulfurcontent.Tobeoferedasanoption(required
for export) shall be an Of Highway 6 cylinder turbo-charged after-cooled diesel engine having a minimum of 402 bhp at a
governed RPM. Engine shall meet current Of Highway EPA emissions regulations and require fuel with a maximum of 5000
ppm sulfur content. Te transmission shall have a minimum 11 speeds forward and three speeds reverse. front axles shall be
tubular-type mounted on an air over walking beam suspension with shock absorbers and a highway rated capacity of 49,200 lb.
(22 317 kg). Rear axles shall be single reduction drive tandem with inter-axle diferential (dash mounted control) mounted on
an air over walking beam suspension with shock absorbers and a highway rated capacity of 60,000 lb. (27 216 kg). front tires
shall be 445/65R22.5 highway tread tubeless radial ply and the rear tires shall be 315/80R22.5 highway tread tubeless type radial
ply. Te machine shall be capable of maintaining not less than 65 mph (104.6 kph) on level paved roads. Wheels will be of
aluminum disc type design with inner rear steel.
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Hydraulic System
A. Hydraulic Cylinders - All load bearing cylinders shall be of the double-acting type and equipped with suitable integral
holding or check valves to prevent inadvertent retraction of the cylinder due to hydraulic system or engine failure. Te rods of all
cylinders exposed to the elements shall be chrome plated to minimize corrosion.
B. Heat Exchanger - Te unit shall be equipped with suitable hydraulic oil cooler to maintain a safe operating temperature for
the hydraulic oil, maximizing component service life and allowing for smooth, efcient operation of the hydraulic functions.
C. Reservoir - Te reservoir shall be of all-steel construction complete with: internal bafes, exterior sight level window and air
breather. Te clean-out cover shall be provided on the top of the reservoir.
D. Hydraulic Pumps - Unit shall incorporate two gear-type hydraulic pumps with a total of four sections. One two section
pump for crane hydraulics shall be driven of the PTO. Te pump shall have air operated disconnect for highway travel.
E. Hydraulic Filter - Shall be of 5/12/16 fltration rating with replaceable element, and flter service indicator.
Capacities
Rated capacities shall have been tested to and meet the minimum requirements of SAE J1063 November 1993 cantilever Boom
crane Structure - Method of Test and shall not exceed 85% of tipping on-outriggers (75% on-rubber as per PcSA Standard
#4) as determined by SAE J765 October 1990 crane Stability Test code and SAE J1289 April 1981 Mobile crane Stability
Ratings.
Mandatory Operator Aids
A. Load Moment and Anti-Two Block System -StandardshallbeaGraphicDisplayload-momentandanti-two-blocksystem
with audio-visual warning and control lever lockout to alert operator of impending two-block condition. Electronic display of
boom angle, length, radius, tip height, relative load moment, maximum permissible load and load indication will be provided.
Also,tobeprovidedistheWorkAreaDefnitionSystemthatallowstheoperatortopre-selectanddefnesafeworkingareas.If
the crane approaches the pre-set limits, audio-visual warnings aid the operator in avoiding job site obstructions.
B. Automatic Function Lockout - Standard to the above system is a system of electrically operated solenoid valves in the hoist
up, telescope out and boom lower hydraulic circuits that when activated prevent the fow of hydraulic oil to these functions in
the event of an overload or two-block condition.. Te automatic function lockout system shall be in addition to the audio-visual
warning system and actuated simultaneously.

Miscellaneous Standard Equipment
Fulllengthaluminumfenders
Tree-positionoutriggersettings
Auxiliaryhoistwithcable,cablefollowerandrotationindicator
Tireinfationkit
Scambrakes
Airdryer
EngineA/Vwarningsystem
Tachometer
360positiveswinglock
Enginebrake
Ethercoldstartaidandimmersionengineblockheater(120V,1500watt).
Carriermountedoutriggercontrols.
Airconditioning
Airhorn

Miscellaneous Optional Equipment
TRAILINGBOOMPACKAGE:Includestrailerairandelectricaldisconnects,andtrailingboomkit(lessdolly).
AUXILIARYLIGHTING&CONVENIENCEPACKAGE:Includesamberstrobeforsuperstructureandcarrier
cabs,dualbaseboommountedfoodlightsandLMIlightbar(ins/scab)
Windspeedindicator
Hookblocks
Pintlehook(rear).
Crossaxlediferentiallock.
Winterfrontradiatorcover
Aluminumoutriggerfoats.
Towcable(frontmounted)
HeavyLiftcounterweightpackage
Features
50 t or 55 t (50 USt or 60 USt) capacity
11 m 33,5 m (36 ft 110 ft) four-section, full
power sequenced synchronized boom
10,1 m 17 m (33 ft 56 ft) ofsettable bi-fold
lattice swingaway extension
Optional 6,1 m (20 ft) or 12,2 m (40 ft)
swingaway extension inserts
Grove MEGAFORM
TM
boom
Up to 7484 kg (16,500 lb) hydraulically installed
and removed counterweight
Grove TMS700E
Product Guide
MEGAFORM
TM
boom
Te 11 m 33,5 m
(36 ft 110 ft) four-section full
power sequenced synchronized
MEGAFORM boom is
designed for maximum
vertical and lateral
strength.
Swingaway extension inserts
Optional 6,1 m (20 ft) or 12,2 m (40 ft) swingaway
extension inserts ofer excellent capacities with an
unprece dented tip height of up to 212 ft.
Cummins diesel
carrier engine
Cummins ISM 450 diesel carrier
engine delivers the horsepower
and torque needed to negotiate
tough job sites and achieve
highway travel speeds.
Suspension system
Standard front and rear air ride suspension
provides a comfortable ride at maximum speed
of 105 km/h (65 mph).
Features
Contents
Specifcations 4
Dimensions 7
Travel proposals 8
Working range 9
Main boom and swingaway charts 10
Working range with inserts 11
Swingaway charts with one 20 ft insert 13
Load handling 14
Symbols glossary 23
*Denotes optional equipment 4 *Denotes optional equipment
Superstructure
Boom
11 m 33,5 m (36 ft 110 ft) four (4) section, full
power sequenced synchronized boom.
Maximum tip height: 35,9 m (118 ft).
Folding lattice extension
10,1 m 17,1 m (33 ft 56 ft) folding lattice
swingaway extension offsettable at 0, 25 or 45. Stows
alongside base boom section.
Maximum tip height: 52,6 m (172.5 ft).
*Lattice extensions
Two (2) 6,1 m (20 ft) lattice extensions used with the
swingaway extension to increase the length to 23,2 m
(76 ft) or 29,3 m (96 ft).
Maximum tip height: 64,6 m (212 ft).
Boom nose
Quick reeving type boom nose with 3 nylatron sheaves
(TMS750E), (4 for TMS760E [60 ton rating])
mounted on heavy duty tapered roller bearings with
removable pin-type rope guards. Removable auxiliary
boom nose with removable pin type rope guard.
Boom elevation
One double acting hydraulic cylinder with integral
holding valve provides elevation from -3 to 78.
Load moment and anti-two block
system
Standard Graphics Display load moment and
anti-two block system with audio-visual warning and
control lever lockout. These systems provide electronic
display of boom angle, boom length, radius, tip height,
relative load moment, maximum permissible load,
load indication and warning of impending two-block
condition. The standard Work Area Definition
System allows the operator to pre-select and define
safe working areas. If the crane approaches the pre-set
limits, audio-visual warnings aid the operator in
avoiding job-site obstructions.
Specifications
Cab
High visibility, all steel cab with acoustical lining
and tinted safety glass throughout. Deluxe seat with
armrest mounted hydraulic single axis controls. Dash
panel incorporates gauges for all engine functions.
Other standard features include: sliding side and rear
windows, hot water heat, electric windshield wash/
wipe, circulating air fan, sliding skylight with sunscreen
and electric skylight wiper, fire extinguisher, cup
holder, air conditioning.
Swing
Planetary swing with foot applied multi-disc wet brake.
Spring applied, hydraulically released parking brake.
Two position plunger type and 360 mechanical house
locks operated from cab.
Maximum speed: 2.0 rpm.
Counterweight
4990 kg (11,000 lb) consisting of (2) 2495 kg ([2]
5500 lb) sections. *Optional Heavy Lift package
consisting of (1) additional 2495 kg (5500 lb)
section, for a total of 7484 kg (16,500 lb). Hydraulic
installation/removal.
Hydraulic system
Four main gear pumps with a combined capacity
of 513 L/m (135.4 gpm). Individual pressure
compensated valve banks. Maximum operating
pressure: 27,6 Mpa (4000 psi).
Return line type filter with full flow by-pass protection
and service indicator. Replaceable cartridge with beta
rating of 5/12/16. 643 L (170 gal) reservoir. Remote
mounted oil cooler with thermostatically controlled
electric motor driven fan.
*Denotes optional equipment *Denotes optional equipment 5 GROVE TMS700E
Superstructure, continued
Hoist specifcations
main and auxiliary hoists-model
HP30A-19G
Planetary reduction with integral automatic brake,
electronic hoist drum rotation indicator, and hoist
drum cable follower. Grooved drum.
Single line pull: 1st layer: 8226 kg (18,134 lb)
3rd layer: 6994 kg (15,420 lb)
5th layer: 6084 kg (13,413 lb)
Maximum single line speed: 162 m/min
(531 fpm)
Maximum permissible line pull: 7620 kg (16,800 lb)
with standard 6 x 37
class rope
7620 kg (16,800 lb)
with optional 35 x 7
class rope
Rope diameter: 19 mm (.75 in)
Rope length: 152 m (500 ft)
Rope type: 6 x 36 EIPS IWRC
special flexible
Optional 35 x 7
rotation resistant
Maximum rope stowage: 256 m (841 ft)
Carrier
Chassis
Triple box section, four-axle carrier, fabricated
from high strength, low alloy steel with towing and
tie-down lugs.
Outrigger system
Four hydraulic telescoping, single stage, double box
beam outriggers with inverted jack and integral
holding valves. Quick release type steel outrigger floats
610 mm (24 in) diameter. Three position setting with
fully extended, intermediate (50%) extended and fully
retracted capacities.
Outrigger controls
Located in the superstructure cab and both sides of
chassis. Level indicator at each control station.
Engine
Cummins ISM 450, 10,8 L diesel (On Highway EPA
Certified) six cylinders, after cooled, 336 kW (450
bhp) @ 2000 rpm. Maximum torque 2102 Nm (1550
ft-lb) @ 1200 rpm.
Fuel requirement Maximum of 15 ppm sulfur
content (ultra low sulfur diesel).
Equipped with engine compression brake, block heater,
cold start aid (less canister) and audio-visual engine
distress system.
*Engine (required for sale outside
North America)
Cummins QSM 402, 10,8 L diesel (Off Highway EPA
Certified) six cylinders, after cooled 300 kW (402 bhp)
@1800 rpm. Maximum torque 1898 Nm (1400 ft lb)
@ 1400 rpm.
Fuel requirement Maximum of 5000 ppm sulfur
content.
Equipped with engine compression brake, block heater,
cold start aid (less canister) and audio-visual engine
distress system.
Fuel tank capacity
379 L (100 gal).
Transmission
Roadranger 11 speeds forward, 3 reverse.
Specifications
*Denotes optional equipment 6
Carrier, continued
Drive
Drive 8 x 4 x 4.
Steering
Front axles, single circuit, mechanical steering with
hydraulic assist.
Axles
Front: (2) beam-type steering axles, 2,1 m (83.3 in)
track.
Rear: (2) single reduction drive axles, 1,9 m (75.1 in)
track. Inter-axle differential lock.
Brakes
S-cam, dual system operating on all wheels. Spring
applied air released parking brake acting on rear axles.
Suspension
Front: Walking beam with air bags and shock
absorbers.
Rear: Walking beam with air bags and shock absorbers.
Tires
Front: 445/65R 22.5, tubeless, mounted on aluminum
disc wheels.
Rear: 315/80R 22.5, tubeless, mounted on aluminum
disc wheels, steel inner.
Lights
Full lighting package including turn indicators, head,
tail, brake, and hazard warning lights.
Cab
One man design, all steel fabricated with acoustical
lining and tinted safety glass throughout. Deluxe
fabric covered, fully adjustable air ride seat. Complete
driving controls and engine instrumentation including
tilt telescope steering wheel, tachometer, speedometer,
voltmeter, water temp., oil pressure, fuel level, air
pressure gauge with A/V warning and engine high
temp./low oil pressure A/V warning. Other standard
items include hot water heater/defroster, electric
windshield wash/wipe, fire extinguisher, seat belt, air
conditioning, air horn and door lock.
Electrical system
Two (2) 12V batteries. 12V lighting/starting. Battery
disconnect standard equipment.
Maximum speed
104 km/h (65 mph)
Gradeability (theoretical)
70%
Miscellaneous standard equipment
Aluminum fenders with rear storage compartments;
dual rear view mirrors; electronic back-up alarm; pump
disconnect; tire inflation kit; air cleaner restriction
indicator; headache ball stowage; chrome package which
includes aluminum wheels, and LMI event recorder.
*Optional equipment
Auxiliary Lighting and Convenience Package
includes amber strobe for superstructure and carrier
cabs, dual boom base mounted floodlights, and
LMI light bar (in cab)
Trailing Boom Package includes trailer air and
electrical disconnects, no spin differential and
trailing boom kit (less dolly)
Wind speed indicator
Hookblocks
Rear pintle hook
Cross axle differential locks
Winter front radiator cover
Aluminum outrigger pads
Tow cable
LMI calibration for on rubber
Specifications
*Denotes optional equipment 7 Grove TMS700E
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Counterweight confguration
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2495 kg (5500 lb)
4990 kg (11,000 lb)
7485 kg (16,500 lb)
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Dimensions
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1524 mm
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1524 mm
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5639 mm
(18.5')
Basic machine including 110 ft (33.5 m) main boom,
main and auxiliary hoists with cable, driver and no counterweight. 74,712 (33 889) 37,097 (16 827) 37,615 (17 062)
Additions:
5500 lb (2495 kg) counterweight pinned on superstructure 5500 (2495) -2214 (1004) 7714 (3499)
11,000 lb (4990 kg) counterweight pinned on superstructure 11,000 (4990) -4428 (2009) 15428 (6998)
16,500 lb (7485 kg) counterweight pinned on superstructure 16,500 (7484) -6642 (3013) 23,142 (10,497)
5500 lb (2495 kg) counterweight stowed on carrier deck 5500 (2495) 4692 (2128) 808 (367)
11,000 lb (4990 kg) counterweight stowed on carrier deck 11,000 (4990) 9384 (4257) 1616 (733)
Swingaway carrier brackets 330 (150) 282 (128) 48 (22)
33 ft. (10.1 m) swingaway 1730 (785) 1972 (895) -242 (-110)
33 - 56 ft. (10.1 - 17.1 m) swingaway 2480 (1125) 2502 (1135) -22 (-10)
Auxiliary boom nose 130 (59) 251 (114) -121 (-55)
40 ton (35 mt) hookblock stowed in trough 800 (363) 1142 (518) -342 (-155)
50 ton (45 mt) hookblock stowed in trough 1000 (454) 1428 (648) -428 (-194)
60 ton (55 mt) hookblock stowed in trough 1250 (567) 1785 (810) -535 (-243)
8.3 ton (7.5 mt) headache ball stowed in trough 371 (168) 530 (240) -159 (-72)
Air conditioning superstructure cab 285 (129) 10 (5) 275 (125)
Air conditioning chassis cab 88 (40) 115 (52) -27 (-12)
THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE.
The individual cranes load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates
must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
1524 mm
(5')
5639 mm
(18.5')
1524 mm
(5') 3962 mm
(13')
17 556 mm
(57.6')
1372 mm
(4.5')
Basic machine including 110 ft. (33.5 m) main boom, main
and auxiliary hoists with cable, driver, no counterweight and
6,000 lb (2,722 kg) tandem axle dolly. 80,737 (36,622) 33,479 (15,186) 29,275 (13,,279) 17,983 (8,157)
Additions:
5,500 lb (2,495 kg) counterweight stowed on carrier deck. 5,500 (2,495) 4,692 (2,128) 808 (367) 0 (0)
11,000 lb (4,990 kg) counterweight stowed on carrier deck. 11,000 (4,990) 9,384 (4,257) 1,616 (733) 0 (0)
33 ft (10.1 m) swingaway with brackets. 2,060 (934) 281 (128) 239 (108) 1,540 (699)
33 - 56 ft (10.1 - 17.1 m) swingaway with brackets. 2,810 (1,275) 384 (174) 326 (148) 2,100 (953)
Auxiliary boom nose. 130 (59) -24 (-11) -20 (-9) 174 (79)
40 ton (35 mt) hookblock hanging at boom nose. 800 (363) -126 (-57) -107 (-49) 1,033 (469)
50 ton (45 mt) hookblock hanging at boom nose. 1,000 (454) -157 (-71) -134 (-61) 1,291 (586)
60 ton (55 mt) hookblock hanging at boom nose. 1,250 (567) -197 (-89) -167 (-76) 1,614 (732)
8.3 ton (7.5 mt) headache ball hanging at boom nose. 371 (168) -58 (-26) -50 (-23) 479 (217)
Boom over front
Boom over front
Basic machine including 33,5 m (110 ft) main boom,
main and auxiliary hoists with cable, driver and no counterweight.
33 634 (74,149) 16 664 (36,738) 16 970 (37,411)
Additions:
2495 kg (5500 lb) counterweight pinned on superstructure
2495 (5500) 1004 (-2214) 3499 (7714)
4990 kg (11,000 lb) counterweight pinned on superstructure 4990 (11,000) 2009 (-4428) 6998 (15,428)
7485 kg (16,500 lb) counterweight pinned on superstructure 7484 (16,500) 3013 (-6642) 10 497 (23,142)
2495 kg (5500 lb) counterweight stowed on carrier deck 2495 (5500) 2128 (4692) 367 (808)
4990 kg (11,000 lb) counterweight stowed on carrier deck 4990 (11,000) 4257 (9384) 733 (1616)
Swingaway carrier brackets 150 (330) 128 (282) 22 (48)
10,1 m (33 ft) swingaway 785 (1730) 895 (1972) -110 (-242)
10,1 m 17,1 m (33 ft - 56 ft) swingaway 1125 (2480) 1135 (2502) -10 (-22)
Auxiliary boom nose 59 (130) 114 (251) -55 (-121)
35 t (40 USt) hookblock stowed at bumper 363 (800) 557 (1229) -195 (-429)
45 t (50 USt) hookblock stowed at bumper 454 (1000) 697 (1536) -243 (-536)
55 t (60 USt) hookblock stowed at bumper 567 (1250) 871 (1920) -304 (-670)
7,5 t (8.3 USt) headache ball stowed in trough 168 (371) 240 (530) -72 (-159)
Air conditioning superstructure cab 129 (285) 5 (10) 125 (275)
Air conditioning chassis cab 40 (88) 52 (115) -12 (-27)
Basic machine including 33,5 m (110 ft) main boom, main
and auxiliary hoists with cable, driver, no counterweight and
6000 lb (2722 kg) tandem axle dolly.
36 357 (80,152) 15 020 (33,113) 13 173 (29,041) 8164 (17,998)
Additions:
2495 kg (5500 lb) counterweight stowed on carrier deck.
2495 (5500) 2128 (4692) 367 (808) 0 (0)
4990 kg (11,000 lb) counterweight stowed on carrier deck. 4990 (11,000) 4257 (9384) 733 (1616) 0 (0)
10,1 m (33 ft) swingaway with brackets. 934 (2060) 107 (236) 91 (201) 936 (1623)
10,1 m 17,1 m (33 ft 56 ft) swingaway with brackets. 1275 (2810) 194 (427) 165 (363) 916 (2020)
Auxiliary boom nose. 59 (130) -11 (-24) -9 (-20) 79 (174)
35 t (40 USt) hookblock hanging at boom nose. 363 (800) -57 (-126) -49 (-107) 469 (1033)
45 t (50 USt) hookblock hanging at boom nose. 454 (1000) -71 (-157) -61 (-134) 586 (1291)
55 t (60 USt) hookblock hanging at boom nose. 567 (1250) -89 (-197) -76 (-167) 732 (1614)
7,5 t (8.3 USt) headache ball hanging at boom nose. 168 (371) -26 (-58) -23 (-50) 217 (479)
Unit configuration kg (lb) Gross Front Rear
Unit configuration kg (lb) Gross Front Rear Dolly
Travel proposals
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THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE.
The individual cranes load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates
must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
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furnished hook block and headache
ball, with anti-two block activated.
36 ft 110 ft main boom + 33 ft 56 ft lattice extension
Working range
THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE.
The individual cranes load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
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THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE.
The individual cranes load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates
must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
TMS760E load charts
Boom
Radius
Boom
Radius
Outriggers
Outriggers
Rotation
Rotation
Boom
Boom
Counterweight
Counterweight
36 ft 110 ft 16,500 lb 100% 360
20 ft
36 ft 110 ft 16,500 lb 100%
20 ft
#0001
#0001
Main boom length in feet
Feet 35 40 50 **60 70 80 90 100 110
10
120,000
(69)
84,400
(72)
80,200
(76)
*62,500
(78)

12
100,000
(65.5)
84,400
(68.5)
80,200
(73.5)
62,500
(77)
*36,800
(78)

15
87,300
(59.5)
82,700
(63.5)
80,200
(70)
61,000
(74)
36,800
(76.5)
*36,800
(78)
*31,000
(78)

20
68,250
(49)
65,000
(55)
64,300
(63.5)
50,650
(69)
36,800
(72)
36,800
(75)
31,000
(77)
*29,100
(78)
*24,000
(78)
25
54,900
(36)
53,100
(45)
52,000
(56.5)
41,800
(63.5)
36,800
(68)
34,000
(71)
30,000
(73.5)
27,000
(76)
24,000
(77.5)
30

39,350
(31.5)
38,700
(48.5)
37,850
(57.5)
33,400
(63)
29,000
(67)
25,300
(70.5)
24,200
(72.5)
22,000
(75)
35

29,400
(40)
28,400
(51.5)
28,700
(58)
25,000
(63)
22,200
(67)
21,750
(69.5)
20,000
(72)
40

23,050
(28)
22,100
(45)
22,750
(53)
22,000
(59)
20,200
(63)
19,000
(66.5)
18,500
(69)
45

17,550
(37)
18,250
(47.5)
18,800
(54.5)
17,800
(59.5)
17,300
(63)
17,300
(66.5)
50

14,050
(26.5)
14,850
(41)
15,600
(49.5)
16,000
(55.5)
16,000
(60)
16,000
(63.5)
55

12,200
(33.5)
12,950
(44.5)
13,650
(51)
14,100
(56.5)
14,100
(60)
60

10,050
(24)
10,850
(38.5)
11,600
(47)
12,000
(52.5)
12,200
(57)
65

9110
(31.5)
9900
(42)
10,250
(48.5)
10,600
(53.5)
70

7650
(22.5)
8450
(36.5)
8820
(44.5)
9000
(50)
75

7210
(30)
7580
(40)
7800
(46.5)
80

6150
(21.5)
6490
(34.5)
6600
(42.5)
85

5550
(28.5)
5800
(38)
90

4730
(20.5)
5000
(33)
95

4270
(27.5)
100

3600
(19.5)
Minimum boom angle (deg) for indicated length (no load) 0
Maximum boom length (ft.) at 0 degree boom angle (no load) 110
NOTE: ( ) Boom angles are in degrees. #LMI operating code. Refer to LMI manual for instructions. *Tis capacity is based on maximum boom angle.
Lifting capacities at zero degree boom angle
Main boom length in feet
Boom
angle 35 40 50 **60 70 80 90 100 110
0
29,050
(29.8)
24,450
(34.2)
17,050
(44.2)
11,600
(54.6)
8570
(64.2)
6610
(74.2)
5380
(84.2)
4120
(94.2)
3110
(104.2)
NOTE: ( ) Reference radii in feet.
**60 ft boom length is with inner-mid extended and outer-mid & fy retracted.
A6-829-101318
Main boom length in feet
Feet 35 40 50 **60 70 80 90 100 110
10
120,00
(69)
84,400
(72)
80,200
(76)
*62,500
(78)

12
100,000
(65.5)
84,400
(68.5)
80,200
(73.5)
62,500
(77)
*36,800
(78)

15
87,300
(59.5)
82,700
(63.5)
80,200
(70)
61,000
(74)
36,800
(76.5)
*36,800
(78)
*31,000
(78)

20
68,250
(49)
65,000
(55)
64,300
(63.5)
50,650
(69)
36,800
(72)
36,800
(75)
31,000
(77)
*29,100
(78)
*24,000
(78)
25
55,650
(36)
53,100
(45)
52,000
(56.5)
41,800
(63.5)
36,800
(68)
34,000
(71)
30,000
(73.5)
27,000
(76)
24,000
(77.5)
30

44,100
(31.5)
39,600
(48.5)
38,000
(57.5)
33,400
(63)
29,000
(67)
25,300
(70.5)
24,200
(72.5)
22,000
(75)
35

32,400
(40)
29,750
(51.5)
28,700
(58)
25,000
(63)
22,200
(67)
21,750
(69.5)
20,000
(72)
40

26,050
(28)
25,500
(45)
23,600
(53)
22,000
(59)
20,200
(63)
19,000
(66.5)
18,500
(69)
45

20,000
(37)
19,700
(47.5)
18,800
(54.5)
17,800
(59.5)
17,300
(63)
17,300
(66.5)
50

17,850
(26.5)
16,800
(41)
16,500
(49.5)
16,000
(55.5)
16,000
(60)
16,000
(63.5)
55

14,900
(33.5)
14,650
(44.5)
14,100
(51)
14,100
(56.5)
14,100
(60)
60

13,050
(24)
12,800
(38.5)
12,200
(47)
12,200
(52.5)
12,200
(57)
65

11,450
(31.5)
10,800
(42)
10,600
(48.5)
10,600
(53.5)
70

10,100
(22.5)
9450
(36.5)
9000
(44.5)
9000
(50)
75

8290
(30)
7800
(40)
7800
(46.5)
80

7140
(21.5)
6800
(34.5)
6600
(42.5)
85

5800
(28.5)
5800
(38)
90

5000
(20.5)
5000
(33)
95

4440
(27.5)
100

3880
(19.5)
Minimum boom angle (deg) for indicated length (no load) 0
Maximum boom length (ft.) at 0 degree boom angle (no load) 110
NOTE: ( ) Boom angles are in degrees. #LMI operating code. Refer to LMI manual for instructions. *Tis capacity is based on maximum boom angle.
Lifting capacities at zero degree boom angle
Main boom length in feet
Boom
angle 35 40 50 **60 70 80 90 100 110
0
29,050
(29.8)
24,450
(34.2)
17,050
(44.2)
11,950
(54.6)
9640
(64.2)
7810
(74.2)
6390
(84.2)
4770
(94.2)
3350
(104.2)
NOTE: ( ) Reference radii in feet.
**60 ft boom length is with inner-mid extended and outer-mid & fy retracted.
A6-829-101319
Over rear
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The individual cranes load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
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Feet
ft length ft length

Ofset

Ofset

Ofset

Ofset

Ofset

Ofset

*,

,
.

.

.


.

.


.

.


.

.

.

.

.
No load stability data
Min. boom
angle for
indicated
length

Max. boom
length at
boom angle
ft ft
NOTE: ( ) Boom angles are in degrees. A
*Tis capacity is based upon maximum boom angle.
#LMI operating code. Refer to LMI manual for instructions.
ft ft , lb %
ft
ft ft
Pounds
NOTES:
1. All capacities above the bold line are based on
structural strength of boom extension.
2. 33 ft and 56 ft boom extension lengths may be used
for single line lifting service.
3. Radii listed are for a fully extended boom with the
boom extension erected. For main boom lengths
less than fully extended, the rated loads are
determined by boom angle. Use only the column
which corresponds to the boom extension length
and offset for which the machine is configured. For
boom angles not shown, use the rating of the next
lower boom angle.
4. WARNING: Operation of this machine with
heavier loads than the capacities listed is strictly
prohibited. Machine tipping with boom extension
occurs rapidly and without advance warning.
5. Boom angle is the angle above or below horizontal
of the longitudinal axis of the boom base section
after lifting rated load.
6. Capacities listed are with outriggers properly
extended and vertical jacks set only.
Load charts
THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE.
The individual cranes load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
12
THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE.
The individual cranes load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates
must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
TMS760E load charts
Boom
Radius
Boom
Radius
Outriggers
Outriggers
Rotation
Rotation
Boom
Boom
Counterweight
Counterweight
36 ft 110 ft 11,000 lb 100% 360
20 ft
36 ft 110 ft 11,000 lb 100%
20 ft
#0101
#0101
Main boom length in feet
Feet 35 40 50 **60 70 80 90 100 110
10
120,000
(69)
84,400
(72)
80,200
(76)
*62,500
(78)

12
100,000
(65.5)
84,400
(68.5)
80,200
(73.5)
62,500
(77)
*36,800
(78)

15
87,300
(59.5)
82,700
(63.5)
80,200
(70)
61,000
(74)
36,800
(76.5)
*36,800
(78)
*31,000
(78)

20
68,250
(49)
65,000
(55)
64,300
(63.5)
50,650
(69)
36,800
(72)
36,800
(75)
31,000
(77)
*29,100
(78)
*24,000
(78)
25
48,550
(36)
48,350
(45)
47,650
(56.5)
41,800
(63.5)
36,800
(68)
34,000
(71)
30,000
(73.5)
27,000
(76)
24,000
(77.5)
30

34,300
(31.5)
33,650
(48.5)
32,800
(57.5)
33,400
(63)
29,000
(67)
25,300
(70.5)
24,200
(72.5)
22,000
(75)
35

25,250
(40)
24,350
(51.5)
25,000
(58)
25,000
(63)
22,200
(67)
21,750
(69.5)
20,000
(72)
40

19,500
(28)
18,700
(45)
19,350
(53)
20,050
(59)
20,200
(63)
19,000
(66.5)
18,500
(69)
45

14,650
(37)
15,350
(47.5)
16,050
(54.5)
16,750
(59.5)
17,300
(63)
17,300
(66.5)
50

11,550
(26.5)
12,350
(41)
13,050
(49.5)
13,750
(55.5)
14,300
(60)
14,850
(63.5)
55

9960
(33.5)
10,700
(44.5)
11,450
(51)
11,900
(56.5)
12,400
(60)
60

8040
(24)
8850
(38.5)
9590
(47)
10,000
(52.5)
10,400
(57)
65

7280
(31.5)
8070
(42)
8450
(48.5)
8830
(53.5)
70

5970
(22.5)
6760
(36.5)
7140
(44.5)
7480
(50)
75

5660
(30)
6020
(40)
6350
(46.5)
80

4710
(21.5)
5050
(34.5)
5370
(42.5)
85

4200
(28.5)
4510
(38)
90

3460
(20.5)
3750
(33)
95

3080
(27.5)
100

2480
(19.5)
Minimum boom angle (deg) for indicated length (no load) 0
Maximum boom length (ft.) at 0 degree boom angle (no load) 110
NOTE: ( ) Boom angles are in degrees. #LMI operating code. Refer to LMI manual for instructions. *Tis capacity is based on maximum boom angle.
Lifting capacities at zero degree boom angle
Main boom length in feet
Boom
angle 35 40 50 **60 70 80 90 100 110
0
29,050
(29.8)
24,450
(34.2)
16,000
(44.2)
9340
(54.6)
6710
(64.2)
5030
(74.2)
4020
(84.2)
2920
(94.2)
2030
(104.2)
NOTE: ( ) Reference radii in feet.
**60 ft boom length is with inner-mid extended and outer-mid & fy retracted.
A6-829-101320
Main boom length in feet
Feet 35 40 50 **60 70 80 90 100 110
10
120,000
(69)
84,400
(72)
80,200
(76)
*62,500
(78)

12
100,000
(65.5)
84,400
(68.5)
80,200
(73.5)
62,500
(77)
*36,800
(78)

15
87,300
(59.5)
82,700
(63.5)
80,200
(70)
61,000
(74)
36,800
(76.5)
*36,800
(78)
*31,000
(78)

20
68,250
(49)
65,000
(55)
64,300
(63.5)
50,650
(69)
36,800
(72)
36,800
(75)
31,000
(77)
*29,100
(78)
*24,000
(78)
25
52,900
(36)
52,700
(45)
52,000
(56.5)
41,800
(63.5)
36,800
(68)
34,000
(71)
30,000
(73.5)
27,000
(76)
24,000
(77.5)
30

41,750
(31.5)
39,600
(48.5)
38,000
(57.5)
33,400
(63)
29,000
(67)
25,300
(70.5)
24,200
(72.5)
22,000
(75)
35

32,400
(40)
29,750
(51.5)
28,700
(58)
25,000
(63)
22,200
(67)
21,750
(69.5)
20,000
(72)
40

26,050
(28)
25,500
(45)
23,600
(53)
22,000
(59)
20,200
(63)
19,000
(66.5)
18,500
(69)
45

20,000
(37)
19,700
(47.5)
18,800
(54.5)
17,800
(59.5)
17,300
(63)
17,300
(66.5)
50

16,650
(26.5)
16,800
(41)
16,500
(49.5)
16,000
(55.5)
16,000
(60)
16,000
(63.5)
55

14,500
(33.5)
14,650
(44.5)
14,100
(51)
14,100
(56.5)
14,100
(60)
60

12,100
(24)
12,800
(38.5)
12,200
(47)
12,200
(52.5)
12,200
(57)
65

10,950
(31.5)
10,800
(42)
10,600
(48.5)
10,600
(53.5)
70

9290
(22.5)
9450
(36.5)
9000
(44.5)
9000
(50)
75

8290
(30)
7800
(40)
7800
(46.5)
80

7140
(21.5)
6600
(34.5)
6600
(42.5)
85

5800
(28.5)
5800
(38)
90

5000
(20.5)
5000
(33)
95

4440
(27.5)
100

3800
(19.5)
Minimum boom angle (deg) for indicated length (no load) 0
Maximum boom length (ft.) at 0 degree boom angle (no load) 110
NOTE: ( ) Boom angles are in degrees. #LMI operating code. Refer to LMI manual for instructions. *Tis capacity is based on maximum boom angle.
Lifting capacities at zero degree boom angle
Main boom length in feet
Boom
angle 35 40 50 **60 70 80 90 100 110
0
29,050
(29.8)
24,450
(34.2)
17,050
(44.2)
11,950
(54.6)
9640
(64.2)
7810
(74.2)
6390
(84.2)
4770
(94.2)
3350
(104.2)
NOTE: ( ) Reference radii in feet.
**60 ft boom length is with inner-mid extended and outer-mid & fy retracted.
A6-829-101321
Over rear
THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE.
The individual cranes load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
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THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE.
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must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
Pounds
Min. boom
angle for
indicated
length

36 |t 0 |t ,000 Ib 00X
20 |t
360 33 |t 56 |t
Feet
33 |t Iength 56 |t Iength
#02 #022 #023 #04 #042 #043
0
O[set
25
O[set
45
O[set
0
O[set
25
O[set
45
O[set

*,

,
.


.
Max. boom
length at
boom angle
ft ft
NOTE: ( ) Boom angles are in degrees. A
*Tis capacity is based upon maximum boom angle.
#LMI operating code. Refer to LMI manual for instructions.
No load stability data
NOTES:
1. All capacities above the bold line are based on
structural strength of boom extension.
2. 33 ft and 56 ft boom extension lengths may be used
for single line lifting service.
3. Radii listed are for a fully extended boom with the
boom extension erected. For main boom lengths
less than fully extended, the rated loads are
determined by boom angle. Use only the column
which corresponds to the boom extension length
and offset for which the machine is configured. For
boom angles not shown, use the rating of the next
lower boom angle.
4. WARNING: Operation of this machine with
heavier loads than the capacities listed is strictly
prohibited. Machine tipping with boom extension
occurs rapidly and without advance warning.
5. Boom angle is the angle above or below horizontal
of the longitudinal axis of the boom base section
after lifting rated load.
6. Capacities listed are with outriggers properly
extended and vertical jacks set only.
Load charts
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THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE.
The individual cranes load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates
must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
TMS760E load charts
Boom
Radius
Boom
Radius
Outriggers
Outriggers
Rotation
Rotation
Boom
Boom
Counterweight
Counterweight
36 ft 110 ft 5500 lb 100% 360
20 ft
36 ft 110 ft 5500 lb 100%
20 ft
#0201
#0201
Main boom length in feet
Feet 35 40 50 **60 70 80 90 100 110
10
118,500
(69)
84,400
(72)
80,200
(76)
*62,500
(78)

12
100,000
(65.5)
84,400
(68.5)
80,200
(73.5)
62,500
(77)
*36,800
(78)

15
87,300
(59.5)
82,700
(63.5)
80,200
(70)
61,000
(74)
36,800
(76.5)
*36,800
(78)
*31,000
(78)

20
66,000
(49)
65,000
(55)
64,300
(63.5)
50,650
(69)
36,800
(72)
36,800
(75)
31,000
(77)
*29,100
(78)
*24,000
(78)
25
41,100
(36)
41,000
(45)
40,600
(56.5)
40,150
(63.5)
36,800
(68)
34,000
(71)
30,000
(73.5)
27,000
(76)
24,000
(77.5)
30

28,400
(31.5)
28,150
(48.5)
27,750
(57.5)
28,450
(63)
29,000
(67)
25,300
(70.5)
24,200
(72.5)
22,000
(75)
35

20,700
(40)
20,300
(51.5)
21,000
(58)
21,750
(63)
22,200
(67)
21,750
(69.5)
20,000
(72)
40

15,600
(28)
15,350
(45)
16,050
(53)
16,750
(59)
17,500
(63)
17,900
(66.5)
18,300
(69)
45

11,750
(37)
12,500
(47.5)
13,200
(54.5)
13,950
(59.5)
14,300
(63)
14,700
(66.5)
50

9040
(26.5)
9850
(41)
10,550
(49.5)
11,250
(55.5)
11,650
(60)
12,000
(63.5)
55

7720
(33.5)
8500
(44.5)
9210
(51)
9570
(56.5)
9940
(60)
60

6010
(24)
6810
(38.5)
7550
(47)
7900
(52.5)
8260
(57)
65

5410
(31.5)
6190
(42)
6540
(48.5)
6880
(53.5)
70

4250
(22.5)
5020
(36.5)
5400
(44.5)
5740
(50)
75

4030
(30)
4420
(40)
4770
(46.5)
80

3190
(21.5)
3570
(34.5)
3940
(42.5)
85

2830
(28.5)
3200
(38)
90

2180
(20.5)
2550
(33)
95

1980
(27.5)
100

1470
(19.5)
Minimum boom angle (deg) for indicated length (no load) 0
Maximum boom length (ft.) at 0 degree boom angle (no load) 110
NOTE: ( ) Boom angles are in degrees. #LMI operating code. Refer to LMI manual for instructions. *Tis capacity is based on maximum boom angle.
Lifting capacities at zero degree boom angle
Main boom length in feet
Boom
angle 35 40 50 **60 70 80 90 100 110
0
28,850
(29.8)
21,800
(34.2)
12,500
(44.2)
7080
(54.6)
4830
(64.2)
3410
(74.2)
2570
(84.2)
1710
(94.2)
1080
(104.2)
NOTE: ( ) Reference radii in feet.
**60 ft boom length is with inner-mid extended and outer-mid & fy retracted.
A6-829-101322
Main boom length in feet
Feet 35 40 50 **60 70 80 90 100 110
10
120,000
(69)
84,400
(72)
80,200
(76)
*62,500
(78)

12
100,000
(65.5)
84,400
(68.5)
80,200
(73.5)
62,500
(77)
*36,800
(78)

15
87,300
(59.5)
82,700
(63.5)
80,200
(70)
61,000
(74)
36,800
(76.5)
*36,800
(78)
*31,000
(78)

20
66,000
(49)
65,000
(55)
64,300
(63.5)
50,650
(69)
36,800
(72)
36,800
(75)
31,000
(77)
*29,100
(78)
*24,000
(78)
25
50,050
(36)
49,850
(45)
49,500
(56.5)
41,800
(63.5)
36,800
(68)
34,000
(71)
30,000
(73.5)
27,000
(76)
24,000
(77.5)
30

38,100
(31.5)
38,200
(48.5)
38,000
(57.5)
33,400
(63)
29,000
(67)
25,300
(70.5)
24,200
(72.5)
22,000
(75)
35

28,700
(40)
28,600
(51.5)
28,700
(58)
25,000
(63)
22,200
(67)
21,750
(69.5)
20,000
(72)
40

22,200
(28)
22,200
(45)
23,000
(53)
22,000
(59)
20,200
(63)
19,000
(66.5)
18,500
(69)
45

17,600
(37)
18,400
(47.5)
18,800
(54.5)
17,800
(59.5)
17,300
(63)
17,300
(66.5)
50

14,100
(26.5)
14,950
(41)
15,750
(49.5)
16,000
(55.5)
16,000
(60)
16,000
(63.5)
55

12,250
(33.5)
13,050
(44.5)
13,800
(51)
14,100
(56.5)
14,100
(60)
60

10,050
(24)
10,900
(38.5)
11,650
(47)
12,000
(52.5)
12,200
(57)
65

9100
(31.5)
9890
(42)
10,200
(48.5)
10,550
(53.5)
70

7590
(22.5)
8380
(36.5)
8740
(44.5)
9000
(50)
75

7100
(30)
7480
(40)
7800
(46.5)
80

5990
(21.5)
6370
(34.5)
6600
(42.5)
85

5410
(28.5)
5770
(38)
90

4570
(20.5)
4920
(33)
95

4180
(27.5)
100

3520
(19.5)
Minimum boom angle (deg) for indicated length (no load) 0
Maximum boom length (ft.) at 0 degree boom angle (no load) 110
NOTE: ( ) Boom angles are in degrees. #LMI operating code. Refer to LMI manual for instructions. *Tis capacity is based on maximum boom angle.
Lifting capacities at zero degree boom angle
Main boom length in feet
Boom
angle 35 40 50 **60 70 80 90 100 110
0
29,050
(29.8)
24,450
(34.2)
17,050
(44.2)
11,600
(54.6)
8550
(64.2)
6520
(74.2)
5190
(84.2)
3950
(94.2)
3020
(104.2)
NOTE: ( ) Reference radii in feet.
**60 ft boom length is with inner-mid extended and outer-mid & fy retracted.
A6-829-101323
Over rear
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The individual cranes load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
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must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
Pounds
36 |t 0 |t 5500 Ib 00X
20 |t
360 33 |t 56 |t
Feet
33 |t Iength 56 |t Iength
#022 #0222 #0223 #024 #0242 #0243
0
O[set
25
O[set
45
O[set
0
O[set
25
O[set
45
O[set

*,

,
.

.

.


.

.


.

.

.
Min. boom
angle for
indicated
length

Max. boom
length at
boom angle
ft ft
NOTE: ( ) Boom angles are in degrees. A
*Tis capacity is based upon maximum boom angle.
#LMI operating code. Refer to LMI manual for instructions.
No load stability data
NOTES:
1. All capacities above the bold line are based on
structural strength of boom extension.
2. 33 ft and 56 ft boom extension lengths may be used
for single line lifting service.
3. Radii listed are for a fully extended boom with the
boom extension erected. For main boom lengths
less than fully extended, the rated loads are
determined by boom angle. Use only the column
which corresponds to the boom extension length
and offset for which the machine is configured. For
boom angles not shown, use the rating of the next
lower boom angle.
4. WARNING: Operation of this machine with
heavier loads than the capacities listed is strictly
prohibited. Machine tipping with boom extension
occurs rapidly and without advance warning.
5. Boom angle is the angle above or below horizontal
of the longitudinal axis of the boom base section
after lifting rated load.
6. Capacities listed are with outriggers properly
extended and vertical jacks set only.
Load charts
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must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
TMS760E load charts
Boom
Radius
Boom
Radius
Outriggers
Outriggers
Rotation
Rotation
Boom
Boom
Counterweight
Counterweight
36 ft 110 ft 0 lb 100% 360
20 ft
36 ft 110 ft 0 lb 100%
20 ft
#0801
#0801
Main boom length in feet
Feet 35 40 50 **60 70 80 90 100 110
10
117,500
(69)
84,400
(72)
80,200
(76)
*62,500
(78)

12
100,000
(65.5)
84,400
(68.5)
80,200
(73.5)
62,500
(77)
*36,800
(78)

15
87,300
(59.5)
82,700
(63.5)
80,200
(70)
61,000
(74)
36,800
(76.5)
*36,800
(78)
*31,000
(78)

20
56,000
(49)
55,750
(55)
55,300
(63.5)
50,650
(69)
36,800
(72)
36,800
(75)
31,000
(77)
*29,100
(78)
*24,000
(78)
25
34,350
(36)
34,300
(45)
33,850
(56.5)
33,400
(63.5)
34,100
(68)
34,000
(71)
30,000
(73.5)
27,000
(76)
24,000
(77.5)
30

23,350
(31.5)
23,100
(48.5)
22,700
(57.5)
23,400
(63)
24,150
(67)
24,850
(70.5)
24,200
(72.5)
22,000
(75)
35

16,650
(40)
16,250
(51.5)
16,950
(58)
17,700
(63)
18,400
(67)
18,850
(69.5)
19,300
(72)
40

12,250
(28)
12,000
(45)
12,650
(53)
13,400
(59)
14,100
(63)
14,550
(66.5)
14,950
(69)
45

8890
(37)
9620
(47.5)
10,300
(54.5)
11,050
(59.5)
11,450
(63)
11,800
(66.5)
50

6510
(26.5)
7330
(41)
8040
(49.5)
8750
(55.5)
9130
(60)
9510
(63.5)
55

5470
(33.5)
6250
(44.5)
6960
(51)
7320
(56.5)
7690
(60)
60

3990
(24)
4790
(38.5)
5530
(47)
5880
(52.5)
6240
(57)
65

3580
(31.5)
4350
(42)
4700
(48.5)
5050
(53.5)
70

2560
(22.5)
3340
(36.5)
3710
(44.5)
4060
(50)
75

2480
(30)
2870
(40)
3220
(46.5)
80

1740
(21.5)
2130
(34.5)
2500
(42.5)
85

1480
(28.5)
1850
(38)
90

1290
(33)
Minimum boom angle (deg) for indicated length (no load) 14 26
Maximum boom length (ft.) at 0 degree boom angle (no load) 90
NOTE: ( ) Boom angles are in degrees. #LMI operating code. Refer to LMI manual for instructions. *Tis capacity is based on maximum boom angle.
Lifting capacities at zero degree boom angle
Main boom length in feet
Boom
angle 35 40 50 **60 70 80 90
0
23,700
(29.8)
17,650
(34.2)
9550
(44.2)
4810
(54.6)
2960
(64.2)
1840
(74.2)
1210
(84.2)
NOTE: ( ) Reference radii in feet.
**60 ft boom length is with inner-mid extended and outer-mid & fy retracted.
A6-829-101324
Main boom length in feet
Feet 35 40 50 **60 70 80 90 100 110
10
120,000
(69)
84,400
(72)
80,200
(76)
*62,500
(78)

12
100,000
(65.5)
84,400
(68.5)
80,200
(73.5)
62,500
(77)
*36,800
(78)

15
87,300
(59.5)
82,700
(63.5)
80,200
(70)
61,000
(74)
36,800
(76.5)
*36,800
(78)
*31,000
(78)

20
62,400
(49)
62,200
(55)
61,800
(63.5)
50,650
(69)
36,800
(72)
36,800
(75)
31,000
(77)
*29,100
(78)
*24,000
(78)
25
47,250
(36)
47,050
(45)
46,700
(56.5)
41,800
(63.5)
36,800
(68)
34,000
(71)
30,000
(73.5)
27,000
(76)
24,000
(77.5)
30

32,950
(31.5)
33,100
(48.5)
33,050
(57.5)
33,400
(63)
29,000
(67)
25,300
(70.5)
24,200
(72.5)
22,000
(75)
35

24,600
(40)
24,500
(51.5)
25,350
(58)
25,000
(63)
22,200
(67)
21,750
(69.5)
20,000
(72)
40

18,800
(28)
18,750
(45)
19,600
(53)
20,450
(59)
20,200
(63)
19,000
(66.5)
18,500
(69)
45

14,650
(37)
15,500
(47.5)
16,300
(54.5)
17,100
(59.5)
17,300
(63)
17,300
(66.5)
50

11,550
(26.5)
12,400
(41)
13,200
(49.5)
14,000
(55.5)
14,350
(60)
14,750
(63.5)
55

9990
(33.5)
10,800
(44.5)
11,550
(51)
11,900
(56.5)
12,300
(60)
60

8020
(24)
8860
(38.5)
9620
(47)
9980
(52.5)
10,300
(57)
65

7240
(31.5)
8030
(42)
8370
(48.5)
8720
(53.5)
70

5890
(22.5)
6680
(36.5)
7040
(44.5)
7380
(50)
75

5520
(30)
5910
(40)
6240
(46.5)
80

4540
(21.5)
4910
(34.5)
5270
(42.5)
85

4050
(28.5)
4410
(38)
90

3300
(20.5)
3650
(33)
95

2980
(27.5)
100

2380
(19.5)
Minimum boom angle (deg) for indicated length (no load) 0
Maximum boom length (ft.) at 0 degree boom angle (no load) 110
NOTE: ( ) Boom angles are in degrees. #LMI operating code. Refer to LMI manual for instructions. *Tis capacity is based on maximum boom angle.
Lifting capacities at zero degree boom angle
Main boom length in feet
Boom
angle 35 40 50 **60 70 80 90 100 110
0
29,050
(29.8)
24,450
(34.2)
15,250
(44.2)
9320
(54.6)
6660
(64.2)
4930
(74.2)
3820
(84.2)
2740
(94.2)
1940
(104.2)
NOTE: ( ) Reference radii in feet.
**60 ft boom length is with inner-mid extended and outer-mid & fy retracted.
A6-829-101325
Over rear
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The individual cranes load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
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must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
Pounds
36 |t 0 |t 00X
20 |t
360 33 |t 56 |t
Feet
33 |t Iength 56 |t Iength
#082 #0822 #0823 #084 #0842 #0843
0
O[set
25
O[set
45
O[set
0
O[set
25
O[set
45
O[set

*,

,
.


.

.

.
Min. boom
angle for
indicated
length

Max. boom
length at
boom angle
ft ft
NOTE: ( ) Boom angles are in degrees. A
*Tis capacity is based upon maximum boom angle.
#LMI operating code. Refer to LMI manual for instructions.
No load stability data
lb
NOTES:
1. All capacities above the bold line are based on
structural strength of boom extension.
2. 33 ft and 56 ft boom extension lengths may be used
for single line lifting service.
3. Radii listed are for a fully extended boom with the
boom extension erected. For main boom lengths
less than fully extended, the rated loads are
determined by boom angle. Use only the column
which corresponds to the boom extension length
and offset for which the machine is configured. For
boom angles not shown, use the rating of the next
lower boom angle.
4. WARNING: Operation of this machine with
heavier loads than the capacities listed is strictly
prohibited. Machine tipping with boom extension
occurs rapidly and without advance warning.
5. Boom angle is the angle above or below horizontal
of the longitudinal axis of the boom base section
after lifting rated load.
6. Capacities listed are with outriggers properly
extended and vertical jacks set only.
Load charts
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The individual cranes load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
18
220
210
200
190
180
170
160
150
140
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
0
40
30
20
10
200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 190 170 150 130 110 90 70 50 30 10 0
(BOOM DEFLECTION NOT SHOWN)
H
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I
G
H
T

F
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O
M

G
R
O
U
N
D

I
N

F
E
E
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B
O
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N
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A
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T
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T
56' EXT.
33' EXT.
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
36
AXIS OF
ROTATION
OPERATING RADIUS IN FEET FROM AXIS OF ROTATION
0

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

45

25

99.3" 104.1"
78
Max.
Boom
Angle
Dimensions are for largest Grove
furnished hook block and headache
ball, with anti-two block activated.
Working range
36 ft 110 ft main boom + 33 ft 56 ft lattice extension + 40 ft insert
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19 Grove TMS700E
Pounds
36 |t 0 |t 00X
20 |t
360 33 |t 56 |t 20 |t 6,500 Ib
Feet
33 |t Iength 56 |t Iength
#0064 #0065 #0066 #0084 #0085 #0086
0
O[set
25
O[set
45
O[set
0
O[set
25
O[set
45
O[set


.
*

.
*

Min. boom
angle at '
boom length

Max. boom
length at
o
boom angle
ft ft
NOTE: ( ) Boom angles are in degrees. A
*Tis capacity is based upon maximum boom angle.
#LMI operating code. Refer to LMI manual for instructions.
No load stability data
NOTES:
1. All capacities above the bold line are based on
structural strength of boom extension.
2. 33 ft and 56 ft boom extension lengths may be used
for single line lifting service.
3. Radii listed are for a fully extended boom with the
boom extension erected. For main boom lengths
less than fully extended, the rated loads are
determined by boom angle. Use only the column
which corresponds to the boom extension length
and offset for which the machine is configured. For
boom angles not shown, use the rating of the next
lower boom angle.
4. WARNING: Operation of this machine with
heavier loads than the capacities listed is strictly
prohibited. Machine tipping with boom extension
occurs rapidly and without advance warning.
5. Boom angle is the angle above or below horizontal
of the longitudinal axis of the boom base section
after lifting rated load.
6. Capacities listed are with outriggers properly
extended and vertical jacks set only.
Load charts
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must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
Pounds
36 |t 0 |t 00X
20 |t
360 33 |t 56 |t 40 |t 6,500 Ib
Feet
33 |t Length 56 |t Length
#0064 #0065 #0066 #0084 #0085 #0086
0
O[set
25
O[set
45
O[set
0
O[set
25
O[set
45
O[set

.
*


.

.

.

.

.


.

.


.

.


.
No load stability data
Min. boom
angle at
ft boom
length

o

Max. boom
length at
o
boom angle
ft ft
NOTE: ( ) Boom angles are in degrees. A
*Tis capacity is based upon maximum boom angle.
#LMI operating code. Refer to LMI manual for instructions.
Load charts
NOTES:
1. All capacities above the bold line are based on
structural strength of boom extension.
2. 33 ft and 56 ft boom extension lengths may be used
for single line lifting service.
3. Radii listed are for a fully extended boom with the
boom extension erected. For main boom lengths
less than fully extended, the rated loads are
determined by boom angle. Use only the column
which corresponds to the boom extension length
and offset for which the machine is configured. For
boom angles not shown, use the rating of the next
lower boom angle.
4. WARNING: Operation of this machine with
heavier loads than the capacities listed is strictly
prohibited. Machine tipping with boom extension
occurs rapidly and without advance warning.
5. Boom angle is the angle above or below horizontal
of the longitudinal axis of the boom base section
after lifting rated load.
6. Capacities listed are with outriggers properly
extended and vertical jacks set only.
THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE.
The individual cranes load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
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must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.
Bold lines determine the limiting position of any load for operation within working areas indicated.
Wire Hoist line pulls Drum rope
Rope Two speed hoist Capacity (ft)
Layer Low High
Available lb* Available lb* Layer Total
1 18,134 9067 101 101
2 16,668 8334 110 211
3 15,420 7710 120 331
4 14,347 7174 129 460
5 13,413 6707 139 599
6 12,594 6297 149 748
*Max. lifting capacity: 6x37 or 35x7 class = 16,800 lb
33 ft-56 ft folding boom extension
*33 ft extension (erected) 4350 lb
*56 ft extension (erected) 9450 lb
Folding ext. with 20 ft insert
*33 ft extension (erected) 9410 lb
*56 ft extension (erected) 16,010 lb
Folding ext. with 40 ft insert
*33 ft extension (erected) 16,280 lb
*56 ft extension (erected) 24,390 lb
Auxiliary boom nose 137 lb

Hookblocks and headache balls:
60 Ust, 5 sheave 1125 lb +
50 Ust, 3 sheave 1075 lb +
40 Ust, 3 sheave 785 lb +
8.3 Ust Headache ball (non-swivel) 350 lb +
8.3 Ust Headache ball (swivel) 370 lb +
Permissible Nominal
Hoists Cable/Specs. Line pulls Cable length
3/4 in (19 mm) 6x37 Class,
Main EIPS, IWRC Special Flexible 16,800 lb 500 ft
Min. Breaking Strength 58,800 lb.
19 mm (.75 in) Flex-X 35
Main & Aux Rotation resistant (non-rotating) 16,800 lb 500 ft
Min breaking strength 85,800 lb
The approximate weight of 3/4 in wire rope is 1.5 lb/ft
Load handling
Weight reductions for load handling devices Line pulls and reeving information
Hoist performance
Working area diagram
*Reduction of main boom capacities
(no deduct required for stowed boom extension)
When lifting over swingaway and/or jib combinations, deduct
total weight of all load handling devices reeved over main boom
nose directly from swingaway or jib capacity.
+ Refer to rating plate for actual weight.
NOTE: All load handling devices and boom attachments
are considered part of the load and suitable allowances
MUST BE MADE for their combined weights. Weights are for
Grove furnished equipment.
Notes
22
Drive
Rotation
Electrical system
Suspension
Fuel tank capacity
Tires
Engine
Brakes
Outrigger controls
Axles Outriggers
Transmission
Frame
Steering
Lights
Boom elevation
Cab
Swing
Hydraulic system
Hoist
Boom nose
Radius
Boom extension
Boom length
Grade
Gear
Boom
Counterweight
Speed
Oil
Extension
Hookblock
H
Heavy duty jib
Symbols glossary
23 Grove TMS700E
Tis document is non-contractual. Constant improvement and engineering progress
make it necessary that we reserve the right to make specifcation, equipment, and price
changes without notice. Illustrations shown may include optional equipment and
accessories and may not include all standard equipment.
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Europe, Middle East
& Africa
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Germany
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Hungary
Budapest
Italy
Parabiago
Netherlands
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Poland
Warsaw
Portugal
Baltar
Lisbon
Russia
Moscow
U.A.E.
Dubai
U.K.
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Asia - Pacifc
Australia
Brisbane
Melbourne
Sydney
China
Beijing
Xian
India
Hyderabad
Pune
Korea
Seoul
Philippines
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Singapore
Factories
Brazil
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China
TaiAn
Zhangjiagang
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Manitowoc, Wisconsin, USA
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Printed in USA
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Regional headquarters
Tower and self- erecting cranes
Manitowoc sets the standard for lifting innovation
Mobile telescopic cranes Lattice-boom crawler cranes Boom trucks
and truck-mounted cranes
For almost a century, Manitowoc has been a premier crane
manufacturer. Headquartered in Manitowoc, Wis., our
manufacturing, service and sales network extends around
the world, with operations in the Americas, Europe, the
Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacifc. By maintaining this
worldwide presence, we are everywhere our customers need
us, keeping their operations running and proftable. Were
well positioned to understand and serve our customers.
Thats most of what defnes a global industry leader
but just part of what underlines the Manitowoc diference.
Tower and self- erecting cranes
Manitowoc is the single-source solution for any
construction lifting need. Dedicated exclusively
to this industry, our legacy is providing the most
innovative, advanced and comprehensive range of
lifting solutions, with products that have long set the
standard for excellence worldwide. When customers
need Grove mobile telescopic cranes, Manitowoc
lattice-boom crawler cranes, Potain tower cranes,
National Crane boom trucks, Shuttlelift or YardBoss
industrial cranes, or Manitowoc Crane Care parts
and services, we deliver.
Manitowoc sets the standard for lifting innovation
Manitowoc Crane Care Manitowoc Finance CraneSTAR
We back our brands with thousands of the best
people in the business, located at more than a dozen
manufacturing facilities and over 20 regional sales
and support ofces around the world. In just over 80
years, we have set the standard for lifting innovation,
obtaining more than 150 patents and 500 trademarks.
Tere is a lot riding on getting the job done right
safety, proftability, even reputations. With so much on
the line, everyone must be committed to delivering the
best, no matter what. At Manitowoc, our commitment
goes even further. Were passionate about exceeding
our customers expectations.
Mobile telescopic cranes
Groundbreaking. Innovative. Mobile solutions for the world.
Manitowoc cranes are renowned for reliability, return on
investment and industry-leading performance. Our Grove
line of mobile telescopic cranes ranges in capacity from
8 t 450 t (8.5 USt 550 USt), with patented technologies
like the MEGATRAK suspension system, the TWINLOCK
boom pinning system and the MEGAFORM boom design
all to keep Grove cranes at the top of the market. Producing
a full range of Grove all-terrain, rough-terrain and
truck-mounted cranes, as well as Shuttlelift and YardBoss
industrial cranes, Manitowoc continues to be the mobile crane
of choice throughout the world.
Grove GTK1100
Mobile telescopic cranes
Groundbreaking. Innovative. Mobile solutions for the world.
GTK
95 t (105 USt) at 112 m(367 ft) height
All-terrain
35 t 450 t (40 USt 550 USt)
Truck-mounted
40 t 90 t (45 USt 110 USt)
Rough-terrain
30 t 120 t (30 USt 130 USt)
Industrial
8 t 22.6 t (8.5 USt 25 USt)
GCK
45 t (50 USt)
Versatility and capacity for
multiple applications
Grove GMK5220
Grove RT540E
Grove YB5518
Lattice-boom crawler cranes
Pioneering. High performance.
The name that started a passion.
Manitowoc trademark red crawler cranes have an enduring
reputation for engineering excellence, high performance and long-
lasting reliability. Many of our Manitowoc cranes have more than 40
years of service on the job and are still going strong. We manufacture
a full line of hard-working lift cranes and duty-cycle crawler cranes,
with capacities ranging from 73 t 2300 t (80 USt 2535 USt).
Once on board, operators fnd industry-leading features, including
EPIC controls with CANbus technology and the revolutionary
FACT quick-assembly system.
Manitowoc 999
Lattice-boom crawler cranes
Pioneering. High performance.
The name that started a passion.
Lattice-boom crawler
73 t 2300 t (80 USt 2535 USt)
Attachments
MAX-ER, Luf ng jib, RINGER, Fixed jib
The hard-working industry standard
Manitowoc 31000
Manitowoc 14000
Boom trucks and truck-mounted cranes
Rugged. Reliable. Truck-mounted cranes that prove their worth,
time after time.
Anyone who values the benefts that rugged boom trucks bring to the jobsite knows the names National Crane,
Grove and Dongyue well.
National Crane ofers 12 series of telescoping boom trucks, ranging in capacity from 7,25 t 50 t (8 USt 55 USt).
Grove truck cranes are a popular choice with contractors, thanks to highway-speed travel capabilities and
high-capacity booms. With fve diferent models ranging in capacity from 35 t 90 t (45 USt 110 USt),
Grove ofers a truck crane model for any job.
Dongyue truck cranes are ofered in China and are well-known for their strong performance on the road
and in lifting. Tere is a Dongyue product to suit any customer need, with innovations that provide
more convenient control and capacities ranging from 8 t 55 t (9 USt 60 USt).
National 900H
Grove TMS9000E
National Crane stand-up controls
7,25 t 30 t (8 USt 33 USt)
National Crane swing cab controls
27 t 50 t (30 USt 55 USt)
Dongyue truck-mounted
8 t 55 t (9 USt 60 USt)
Grove truck-mounted
35 t 90 t (45 USt 110 USt)
GSK
55 t (61 USt)
Mobility and power
wherever theyre needed most
Dongyue truck-moun
8 t 55 t (9 USt 60
Grove truck-moun
35 t 90 t (45 USt 110
55 t (61
Grove TMC540E
DongYue GT25-4
National 1400H
Tower and self-erecting cranes
Dependable. Efcient. Tower cranes that get the job done right.
It is a good chance that those looking up at high-rise
jobsites around the world are looking at tower cranes built
by Potain. For more than 80 years, Potain top-slewing
and self-erecting cranes have been part of the worlds most
important projects from skyscrapers, hydroelectric
dams and power stations, to schools, apartments and
homes. And the reason is clear: Tey deliver capacity, reach,
productivity and precision on jobsites of any size and are
especially efective in congested work areas. It all adds up to
proftability and return on investment for our customers.
Our self-erecting, top-slewing and custom-designed special
application cranes range in capacity from 1,3 t 80 t
(1.4 USt 88.2 USt).
Potain MDT 368
Shown at right: A Potain
MDT98 works remotely in a
cabless confguration in Italy.
Potain MDT 368
Fixed-mast-height,
self-erector (Igo)
1,3 t 4 t (1.4 USt 4.4 USt)
Variable-mast-height,
self-erector (Igo T, HDT, GTMR)
4 t 8 t (4.4 USt 8.8 USt)
Top-slewing topless
(MCT, MDT)
2,5 t 16 t (2.8 USt 17.6 USt)
Top-slewing top kit (MD)
10 t 80 t (11 USt 88.2 USt)
Top-slewing (MR)
8 t 32 t (8.8 USt 35.3 USt)
Year after year, the industrys best
Potain MR
Potain Igo 30
Manitowoc Crane Care
The best cranes deserve the best service.
Parts
We know how important it is to have the right replacement
parts available should our customers need them. To satisfy
those needs promptly, we have major parts operations and
warehousing facilities around the world, backed by an
advanced parts inventory and logistics system, including:
Global Parts Express 2 (GPX2) an Internet-based,
worldwide distributor parts ordering system with
24/7 availability and service
Customer Accessible Parts eXpress (CAPX) and D3
electronic catalogs and technical manuals customers
can locate parts quickly from their electronic parts
manuals, request pricing and delivery information as well
as fnd technical information about their specifc crane
Manitowoc Crane Care is the lifting industrys most
comprehensive and advanced service and support
network. With Crane Care, we ofer global access to
parts, technical assistance, expert repairs and training
all designed to keep our customers productive for
the life of any Manitowoc crane.
Manitowoc Crane Care
The best cranes deserve the best service.
Service and technical support
Our worldwide yet locally based network of technicians
and support staf are skilled, knowledgeable and ready to
serve. No matter when a customer has a need, or where in the
world a crane happens to be operating, Crane Care ofers local
distributors, regional contact centers and rapid response teams
ofering 24/7 support. Master-level product service engineers
can be dispatched within hours to provide on-site damage
evaluations and develop step-by-step procedures on how to
perform repairs to OEM standards.
EnCORE
With EnCORE from Crane Care, crane owners are
assured their equipment will keep performing year after
year. EnCORE is available for single components or entire
machines, and it encompasses a range of services from repair
to rebuild, and from remanufacture to exchange. Tis ensures
that our customers receive maximum value from their original
investment, with minimized lifetime operating costs and
reduced downtime.
Training
Were dedicated to ofering the highest-quality technical
service training available anywhere. Every year, we train
thousands of customers from beginner to master level
at Manitowoc Crane Care training centers located around the
world. We have our own dedicated classrooms and training
aids, including on-site cranes, for practical hands-on learning.
In addition, we ofer online e-learning training courses for the
basics and as refresher courses when required.
Technical publications
Manitowoc Crane Care provides:
Contact centers, available 24/7
Global access to parts and service
Comprehensive training
Technical publications
Repair and erection services*
Remanufacturing
We provide our customers with comprehensive replacement parts and service information, including hardcopy
and electronic versions of technical publications such as parts catalogs, operators manuals, service manuals, etc.
Tese publications include the latest engineering design features and updates. Tey are available in multiple languages
and are created at a serial-number-specifc level.
*Via factory-trained dealers in some areas
Manitowoc Finance
Flexible, convenient fnancing that puts customers in control.
In addition to designing, building and supporting outstanding cranes, we also ofer our
customers a wide range of attractive fnancing and leasing options through Manitowoc Finance.
Our team of fnancing professionals ofers industry experience and outstanding customer
service and products to help customers meet their business goals and stay competitive.
With Manitowoc Finance, equipment can be acquired with virtually no cash outlay;
and unlike traditional lending, our fnancial products dont afect bank lines of credit.
Our customers capital resources remain intact for times when they need ready access to cash.
We ofer special low, competitive rates, and customers can take advantage of fexible
fnancing options and payment schedules that are adaptable to virtually any business need.
Our fnancing agreements can be structured to help them make the best use of their cash
reserves and to compensate for seasonal business fuctuations they can make lower
payments when revenue drops or higher payments when business is at its peak. With
Manitowoc Finance, we structure our products to put our customers in control.
Manitowoc Finance
Flexible, convenient fnancing that puts customers in control.
CraneSTAR
Our investment in our customers future.
Manitowoc CraneSTAR makes it easier for crane
owners to monitor and maintain their equipment.
CraneSTAR is the most extensive and innovative
OEM-produced crane asset management
system available. With its fexible, dual-mode
communications capability, GPS and data monitoring
and diagnostics, CraneSTAR gives customers near-
real-time crane feet information, no matter where in
the world a crane is working.
CraneSTAR enables them to monitor locations and
working conditions, plan maintenance and lifting
schedules and maximize their companys efciency,
productivity and proftability. Tey can easily access
the CraneSTAR Web site using any Web-enabled
device connected to the Internet, and then export
data easily into their own business system or program
of choice. In addition, customers can monitor
and analyze critical data such as engine use, daily
productivity and more, thereby enabling them to
recognize trends, make more efcient decisions,
schedule routine maintenance, and ultimately improve
proftability and reduce costs.
www.manitowoc.com
Manitowoc Cranes regional headquarters
Europe, Middle East and Africa Americas
2401 South 30th Street
Manitowoc, WI 54220 USA
Tel: +1 920 684 6621
Fax: +1 920 683 6277
1565 Buchanan Trail East
Shady Grove, PA 17256 USA

Tel: +1 717 597 8121
Fax: +1 717 597 4062
18, rue de Charbonnieres B.P. 173
69132 Ecully Cedex, France
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Asia-Pacifc
16F Xu Hui Yuan Building
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A number of trade and brand names appear in this brochure. For ease of design, these are displayed without their superscript or subscript
symbols. The most common names are: MANITOWOC, NATIONAL CRANE, MANITOWOC CRANE CARE, MANITOWOC FINANCE,
GROVE, POTAIN, TWIN-LOCK
TM
, MEGATRAK, MEGAFORM
TM
, EPIC, VISION CAB
TM
, MAX-ER
TM
and RINGER.
CraneSTAR is a service mark of Manitowoc Crane Companies, Inc.
Discover the Benefts
of Manitowoc Finance

There are plenty of good reasons to


select Manitowoc Finance.
Here are some of the best:
Low rates
Special low rates available on new equipment
offered only through Manitowoc Finance.
Competitive rates are also available on
used equipment.
Hold on to your cash
You can acquire the equipment you need with
virtually no cash outlay. In most cases, all you
need is a small down payment, or in the case
of a lease, one payment in advance.
Keep your existing lines of credit open
Unlike traditional lending, our fnancial products
dont affect your bank lines of credit. Your other
capital resources remain intact for times when
you need ready access to cash to subsidize
growth or meet operational needs.
Be smart be fexible
From fexible payment schedules to add-on
equipment requirements during the life of
the equipment, our fnancial solutions are
variable enough to adapt to just about any
business situation.
Get the technological edge
Using the latest equipment technology can
give you a decided edge in job site effciencies.
But, todays equipment can look obsolete when
compared to tomorrows technology. Why
settle for yesterdays level of effciency? Working
through Manitowoc Finance lets you upgrade to
new and better equipment anytime during or at
the end of the equipment contract term.
Enjoy tax benefts
Depending on the type of fnance product
you select, your payments may be treated as
a fully deductible operating expense or you may
depreciate the equipment. For a business needing
to shelter income, this can be a huge beneft.

Go with the fow cash fow!


Our fexible fnancing options let you schedule
your payments to ft fuctuations in cash fow.
For businesses tied to seasonal fuctuations, your
equipment agreement can be structured to provide
seasonal payments when you have income. And,
for construction situations that have fuctuating
revenue streams, lower monthly payments
when revenue drops, and higher payments when
your business is at its peak combined with skip
payments during those really slow months, may
be the best use of cash reserves. Manitowoc
Finance can match cash fow to ft your income
streams whether annual, semi-annual, quarterly
or monthly.
Flexible end-of-term leasing options
We structure all of our products to put you in
control. At the end of your agreement you can
choose to keep on fnancing the same crane
equipment, fnance new Manitowoc equipment
or return the equipment. Its up to you. You make
the choice.
You can fnance just about any
piece of Manitowoc or Manitowoc
related equipment
Just about any piece of Manitowoc equipment
that produces income or saves time and labor
can be fnanced including boom trucks, cranes,
and more.
The best reason of all to use
Manitowoc Financefnancing
with us is quick and easy!
In most cases, just one phone call is all it takes
to get the process started. Depending on the
transaction size, credit approval can take place in
the same day and if you have an existing line
of credit, its even faster.

Plenty of Flexibility and Choice


Manitowoc Finance offers a wide range of fnancing and leasing programs designed to meet the
various business needs of todays customer. Some of our most popular programs are featured below.
Take a moment to review them and call your dealer or Manitowoc Finance representative for additional
information or with any questions you may have.
Full Payout Loan Features Benefts
With a Full Payout Loan, your
company has fxed payments over
the term of the contract while
building ownership equity in the
equipment over time.
Level monthly payments
Depreciation and interest
deductions claimed by borrower
Payment of equipment over time
Fixed costs aid budgeting
Borrower takes full advantage
of tax benefts
Conserves working capital
Fixed Price Purchase Option Features Benefts
With a Fixed Price Purchase Option
your company may purchase the
equipment for an amount specifed at
the beginning of the term or return the
equipment to Manitowoc Finance.
Level monthly payments
Option to purchase for
a fxed price
Payment of equipment
over time
Fixed cost aids budgeting
Operational ownership
Conserves working capital
Pay only for equipment use
Tax or True Lease
(Fair Market Value)
Features Benefts
An operating lease in which
your company may purchase the
equipment for a fair market value
at lease end, extend the lease or
return the equipment to
Manitowoc Finance.
Level monthly payments
Option to purchase for market price
Lessee may claim payments as
expense (subject to advice of
counsel or accountant)
Pay only for equipment use
May provide planned replacement
Fixed costs aid budgeting
Operational ownership
May provide tax benefts and
minimize or negate the impact of AMT
Conserves working capital
At term end, equipment may
be replaced with new unit
Lower monthly payments
Early Buyout Lease Features Benefts
With an Early Buyout Lease, your
company experiences the beneft
of a Tax or True Lease (FMV) and
having a one-time option to
purchase the equipment at a
stated amount.
Low monthly payments based
on FMV residuals
Option to purchase for a fxed
price prior to end of lease term
Lessee may claim payments as
expense (subject to advise of
counsel or accountant)
Conserves working capital
Pre-determined purchase option
Tax/True Lease treatment
May provide tax benefts and
minimize AMT
Option to return equipment
at end of lease term

Types of Leases
Accounting Perspective
Capital Lease: A Capital Lease is one that meets
any one or more of the four criteria per Financial
Accounting Standards Board Statement Number
13 (FASB-13). A Capital Lease is often structured
with a bargain purchase option that can range
from $1.00 to some amount below the expected
fair market value. A lease in which the present
value of the rents exceeds 90 percent of the cost
of the equipment would also qualify as a Capital
Lease regardless of the purchase option.
A Capital Lease represents nominal ownership
for the customer. The cost of the equipment and
the lease obligation must be presented on the
customers balance sheet with a Capital Lease.
Operating Lease: An Operating Lease must not
meet any of the criteria of FASB-13. An Operating
Lease is structured so that the customer uses
the equipment for the term of the lease with
the options to renew, return the equipment, or
purchase it at its fair market value at the end of the
lease term. An Operating Lease is basically a Long-
term Rental Agreement in which the customer
obtains the use of the equipment without the risk
or benefts of ownership. For accounting purposes
these transactions are usually treated as off-
balance sheet.
IRS/Tax Perspective
Non-Tax Lease: A lease in which the lessee
(customer) is considered by the IRS to be the
owner is classifed as a Non-Tax Lease. This type of
arrangement is like a conditional sales contract.
The title to the equipment does not pass to the
customer until all required payments have been
made, including the purchase option payment.
A Non-Tax Lease often has a purchase option for
a predetermined price that is below the expected
fair market value. The customer, in such a lease,
assumes the risks of ownership and, from a tax
standpoint, is considered the owner. The lessor
in this type of lease is considered, from a tax
standpoint, to have only provided the fnancing.
Tax Lease/True Lease: From a tax standpoint,
a lessee would not be considered the owner of
the leased equipment with a Tax or True Lease.
The lessor is considered to be the owner of the
equipment being leased in a Tax Lease. With a
Tax Lease, the lessee is likely to receive lower
rental payments because the lessor will receive
the benefts of accelerated depreciation in
computing his tax liability. For the lessee, all
payments on a tax-oriented lease are deductible.
To qualify as a Tax Lease, certain IRS guidelines
must be met. These guidelines are not the same
as the four criteria outlined in FASB-13 used to
determine Operating or Capital Lease status from
an accounting perspective.
Tax advice should always be sought from a tax professional.
Lease Classifcation At a Glance
To summarize the typical tax and accounting classifcation on leases from the lessees viewpoint:
Tax Lease/True Lease
Non-Tax Lease
Tax Lessee does not take tax benefts
Lessee takes tax benefts
Accounting
Operating Lease Capital Lease
Please note: These materials are for informational purposes only. The availability of any fnancing described herein is subject to credit
and equipment approval. Nothing herein constitutes tax advice and customers are advised to consult with their tax advisors prior to
electing specifc rates or options.

Manitowoc Finance:
The best way to keep your
most valued assets.
Capital starts a business and keeps it growing.
Equipment lets the business do its job more
effciently and competitively. Both are essential.
Holding on to both of them often requires
considerable effort and the right fnancial solution.
Keep your capital and acquire the equipment you
needby contacting Manitowoc Finance.
An Irresistible Alternative
to Ownership
Through Manitowoc Finance you can acquire a
signifcant construction asset without a down
payment. You pay for its use out of your operating
budget, not from capital reserves. And, at the end of
the fnance term, you can often buy the equipment
for a fraction of the original cost, upgrade to newer
technology, extend the fnance term or return the
equipment to Manitowoc Finance.
The vast majority of American companies,
including most of the Fortune 500, utilize some
form of equipment fnancing. This number will
continue to grow as more and more businesses
discover the vast array of fexible fnancial
solutions available in todays marketplace.
Is Manitowoc Finance right for you?
Which is right for your business, a fexible
fnancing structure or outright purchase? The
choice depends.
For example, what will happen to the equipments
value as time goes on? Will it appreciate or
depreciate? What will the value be at the end of the
economic life cycle? Will the equipment remain
functional or become obsolete before the end of its
useful life? Can your capital or credit line be better
used to leverage your fnancial returns? Which
option will provide the best tax advantage?
If its equipment that will increase in value and
can be acquired without draining your pool of
capital, consider buying it. But most equipment
needs are not so easily met, and thats where
Manitowoc Finance can help.
Manitowoc Finances team of construction
fnancing professionals offers proven industry
experience wrapped around the highest level
of service quality. This deep commitment to
our customers is the reason why weve been so
successful providing fexible fnancial solutions
to the construction industry. Our knowledgeable
industry specialists are ready to provide you with
the products and services you need to meet your
business goals and keep you competitive.
For additional information or questions regarding fnancing programs or fnancing
in general from Manitowoc Finance, call:
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Manitowoc Finance
1111 Old Eagle School Road
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T 800 377 7262
F 866 287 1176
Call us today to ask us about:
Retail Loans Fair Market Value Leases Fixed Price Purchase Option Leases $1 Option Leases Rental Fleet Financing
Wholesale Financing Asset Based Lending
We also provide services in these industries to accommodate all your capital needs:
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Features and benefts
CraneSTAR. Built by crane professionals for crane professionals.
Dual-mode communication
User-friendly Web site
Mapping and geo-fence
Built-in diagnostic tools
System integration and more
Rugged construction
CraneSTAR is designed for the tough applications
your cranes see on a daily basis. All hardware
is weatherproof and meets or exceeds industry
environmental standards as well as SAE J1455
specifcations for mechanical, electrical and
environmental design and use. With its IP67 sealed,
compact aluminum enclosure, the hardware is
built to withstand harsh environments.
Features and benefts
Dual-mode communication
Dual-mode communications provide versatility and
fexibility to ensure the system can communicate under
varied conditions. Whether over GSM (cell) networks
or from satellite (for jobsites beyond the reach of GSM
networks), users receive messages in near real time. Antennas
have been selected and mounted to optimize signal strength
and transmissions.
Built-in diagnostic tools
CraneSTAR allows for efcient troubleshooting
with six onboard LEDs. A complete user
guide is also available to help maintain and
troubleshoot all components.
Advanced communications technology
By using the latest processor and communications technology
on the market today, CraneSTAR can function nearly
anywhere on the globe. CraneSTAR features a 32-bit
processor, GPS, quad-band GSM, and satellite channels.
Tese features provide the best possible options for GSM
connectivity around the world.
As the most extensive OEM-produced crane asset management system available
today, CraneSTAR leads in a new era of data management and planning for crane
owners around the world.

CraneSTAR gives you up-to-date crane feet information, no matter where you
or your cranes are located. You can monitor locations and working conditions;
plan maintenance and lifting schedules; and maximize your companys efciency,
productivity and proftability.

Mapping and geo-fence
Te mapping and geo-fence functions allow users
to know where the assets are at all times. Custom
setup tools and location tracking provide users the
opportunity to monitor the feet on a local, regional,
national, or global level. Users can also defne a
jobsite boundary or fence an entire state or country.
Standard installation
Available in Q3 of 2009, CraneSTAR will be
phased in as standard equipment on many new
models of Manitowoc cranes. Please check our
Web site for specifc model information.
Data monitoring
CraneSTAR reduces costs and improves proftability by helping users
monitor critical data, recognize trends, and make more efcient decisions.
Users can monitor engine use, location changes, daily productivity, critical
systems and more. By monitoring and reducing idle time, users can save
on fuel costs. Users can also monitor equipment for routine service and
keep equipment running longer with improved maintenance.
Easy data retrieval and customization
Te easy-to-use CraneSTAR Web site allows you to view
your crane data from any PC or Web-enabled device with
Internet connection. Users can customize reports so they can
analyze data quickly and identify trends in the equipment.
Tis secure Web site provides users a login name and
password and ability to control who can access information.
System integration
CraneSTAR helps you manage your assets and your business by easily
exporting data from the system database to your business system or any
program you choose. With daily and historical data from the asset users
can integrate with existing business systems for more accurate reporting
and management of assets.
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Tel: + 86 21 6457 0066
Fax: +86 21 6457 4955
CraneSTAR is a service mark of Manitowoc Crane Companies, Inc.
Visit www.manitowoc.com for the most up-to-date information. Tis document is non-contractual. Constant improvement and engineering progress make it necessary
that we reserve the right to make specifcation, equipment, and price changes without notice. Illustrations shown may include optional equipment and accessories and
may not include all standard equipment.