Tadano GR-900XL-4

Rough Terrain Crane Information

Tadano GR-900XL-4

Max Cap 90 US Tons
Boom 39-154 ft
Engine Cummins B6.7

The Tadano GR900XL is a rough terrain crane with a maximum lift capacity of 90 tons. It has a maximum boom length of 154.2 feet and a maximum job length of 58.1 feet.

The five-sectioned boom of the GR900XL is fully powered and synchronized by a system consisting of two telescope cylinders, a retraction cable, and an extension cable. 7 sheaves on the boom head increase the strength and stability of the boom. The jib is a bi fold lattice type jib that can be stored alongside the base section of the boom with the assistance of cylinders on the side of the superstructure. A single sheave is added to the jib to strengthen and stabilize it. The outrigger system is made up of four hydraulic beam and jack outriggers. These outriggers have a maximum extension of 23 feet and 11 and 3/8 inches and a maximum retraction of 10 feet and 10 and ½ inches.

The engine of the Tadano GR900XL is a Cummins QSB6.7. The direct injection diesel engine is Tier IV compliant, has 6 cylinders, and has a gas tank of 79.2 gallons. The transmission system is fully automatic and has 6 forward speeds and 2 backwards speeds. The brake system is made up of disc brakes on all four wheels, an electro-pneumatic operated exhaust brake, and a spring applied air released brake acting on the input shaft of the front axle. If you would like more information on the GR900XL or you are interested in renting or purchasing one, please contact one of Bigge’s sales professionals. 

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