Tadano GR-750XL

Rough Terrain Crane Information

Tadano GR-750XL

Max Cap 75 US Tons
Boom 36-141 ft
Winches 2

TADANO GR750XL CRANE specs and OVERVIEW 

Official manufacturer model name: Tadano GR-750XL

The Tadano GR-750XL is a rough terrain crane with a maximum lifting capacity of 75 tons. There is a maximum boom length of 141.1 feet and a maximum jib length of 58.1 feet. 

The boom of the GR-750XL is a fully synchronized five section telescoping boom. Two telescoping cylinders, a retraction cable, and an extension cable make up the synchronization system. The boom head has six sheaves to increase the power and stability of the boom. The two-stage jib is a lattice type jib with cylinders that allow for easy storage on the base boom section. The jib head also has a single sheave to increase the power and stability of the jib. The outrigger system is made up of four hydraulic beam and jack outriggers. The beams are controlled independently from the cab. 

The 6‑cylinder engine is a Cummins QSB6.7. This Tier IV compliant engine is a direct injection diesel with a 79.2‑galgallon gas tank. The transmission system is fully automatic and comes with 8 total speeds. Four of these speeds are 4‑wheel drive, four of the speeds are 2‑wheel drive. The front suspension is mounted to the frame and the rear suspension is pivot mounted with a hydraulic lockout device. The brake system is made up of hydraulic disc brakes on each wheel. There is also an electro-pneumatic operated exhaust brake and a spring applied air release brake acing on the input shaft of the front axle. If you would like more information on the Tadano GR-750XL, or you are interested in purchasing or renting one, please feel free to contact one of Bigge’s sales professionals.