Grove RT765E-2

Rough Terrain Crane Information

Grove RT765E-2

Max Cap 65 US Tons
Boom 36-110 ft
Engine Cummins

GROVE RT765E‑2 CRANE SPECS AND OVERVIEW

The Grove RT765E‑2 by Manitowoc is a rough terrain crane that provides strong lifting performance, along with quick and intuitive operation. Using MEGAFORM™ for fast and efficient operation on the job site. This crane is also rigged with a quick-reeve boom nose and swingaway alignment device to help operators set up smoothly.

The RT765E‑2 has a maximum lifting capacity of 60 metric tons (65 US tons). It has a four-section full-power boom with max. boom length of 33,5 m (110 ft) and a 17,1 m (56 ft) bi-fold lattice swingaway extension provides additional reach and versatility to win more jobs. As well as a 12,2 m (40 ft) lattice extension inserts and a 6516 kg (14,365 lb) counterweight pinned to the superstructure. The box section frame is fabricated from high-strength, low alloy steel. 

For Powerful and reliable performance this crane has a Cummins QSB6.7L Tier 4 Final or Tier 3 diesel engine. There are four modes of steering to increase job site maneuverability to make crane positioning easier, front only, rear only, crab, and coordinated. All modes are controlled through steering-wheel and rocker switches.

The outriggers are comprised of four hydraulic telescoping single-stage double box beam outriggers with inverted jacks and integral holding valves. The inverted outrigger jacks provide additional protection and ensure maximum reliability. There’s also an outrigger position monitoring system.

A full vision cab with high-output heating & air conditioning system ensures operator comfort. To better manage and ensure cost-effectiveness the RT765E‑2 is equipped with Cranestar, helps improve your profitability, and reduces costs by remotely monitoring critical crane data. 

For additional information about optional equipment/​features regarding the Grove RT765E‑2, please contact us for details. Our Bigge representatives are on standby for any assistance or questions.