Terex Roadmaster 9000

All-Terrain Crane Information

Max Cap 90 US Tons
Boom 46-164 ft

Terex Roadmaster 9000 Crane Overview and Specifications

The Terex Roadmaster 9000 is an all-terrain crane with a maximum lifting capacity of 90 tons. The maximum length of the boom is 164 feet and the maximum jib length is 62.3 feet.

The carrier engine is a Detroit Diesel DD13 rated at 450 horsepower. The superstructure engine is rated at 175 horsepower and is Tier IV complaint. The transmission is a fully automatic Allison HD4560. 6 forward and 1 reverse speeds give the operator the ability to control the crane and limit hazardous situations. The brake system consists of a dual circuit pneumatic service brake with drum brakes acting on all wheels, a 4‑way antilock brake system, an additional exhaust brake, and a spring applied parking brake. Full powered steering allows for more control for the operator.

The outrigger system has a four-point design with a 5th front jack. The outriggers level manually, and also come with an electronic pressure indicator in order to inform the operator when the outriggers are completely extended. 4 outrigger pads, 24 inches in diameter each, are included in the Roadmaster. The cab of the carrier and the superstructure have similar features. Air conditioning, heating, and radio are included in both. The superstructure is different in that it contains multiple operator aids. A rated capacity indicator informs the operator the status of each lift and warns if the boom is failing. A crane data logger keeps all of the records of the crane in a central, easy to access location.

If you are interested in learning more about the Terex Roadmaster 9000, please contact one of Bigge’s sales professionals at 1 (888) 897-2444.