Link-Belt RTC-80130-II

Rough Terrain Crane Information

Link-Belt RTC-80130-II

Max. Cap 130 US Tons
Boom 41-162 ft
Jib 10-109 ft

The Link-Belt RTC-80130-II has an excellent mix of power and maneuverability. It has a max lift capacity of 130 tons (118 t), a 162 ft. main boom max length, and a 109 ft. (33 m) max jib length. The Link-Belt RTC-80130-II hosts a bi-directional hydraulic swing motor that is mounted to a planetary reducer. That allows for 360-degree continuous motion.

It’s comes standard with four steering modes: independent front, combination, crab, and independent rear. It’s powered by a six-cylinder Cummins QSL engine that can produce up to 350 (261 kW).

That’s not all there is to love about this rough terrain crane though. It also comes standard with a fully-equipped, acoustically-lined operator cab that is covered with tinted and tempered windows. Other features of the cab include: a fire extinguisher, a cup holder, an air conditioner and heating system, a sliding right side window for ventilation, a two-position travel swing lock, a circulating fan, a defroster for the front window, a bubble level, and an adjustable operator seat.

For those looking to get a bit more out of the Link-Belt RTC-80130-II, there are several options available. These include: hook blocks and ball, an auxiliary lifting sheave, additional flys, and an auxiliary winch.

To find out more about this rough terrain crane, feel free to give us a call at (510) 639‑4041.