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Related Questions

Where are Link-Belt Cranes manufactured?

Link-Belt Cranes is a brand of construction and material handling equipment owned by Summit Industrial Products, Inc. Link-Belt Cranes is based in Lexington, Kentucky, and the company's cranes and other equipment are manufactured at its facilities in Lexington and across the United States.

What engine does Link-Belt use?

Link-Belt Cranes uses a range of engines in its equipment, depending on the specific model and application. Engines may power the company's cranes and other construction and material-handling equipment from manufacturers, including Caterpillar, Cummins, Deutz, and others.

How much does a Link-Belt crane weigh?

As a rough estimate, the weight of a Link-Belt crane can range from around 10,000 pounds for a small, compact model to over 100,000 pounds for a larger, more powerful machine. It's worth noting that these are only rough estimates, and the actual weight of a Link-Belt crane can vary significantly depending on the specific model and configuration you choose.

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