wheeled crane

wheeled crane

[′wēld ′krān]
(mechanical engineering)
A self-propelled crane that rides on a rubber-tired chassis with power for transportation provided by the same engine that is used for hoisting.
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Spicer axles, transmissions, and driveshafts are available for a variety of construction equipment, including front-end loaders, excavators, teleboom handlers, aerial work platforms, compactors and rollers, backhoe loaders, wheeled cranes, pavers, haulers, and ditchers and trenchers.
Colmar's Product Range Crane Colmar offers eight models of wheeled cranes, with lift capacities ranging from 18,920 pounds to 44,500 pounds and a maximum reach of 27 feet to 49 feet.
Colmar's Product Range Cranes Colmar offers eight models of wheeled cranes, with lift capacities ranging from 18,920 pounds to 44,500 pounds and a maximum reach of 27 feet to 49 feet.