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South Dakota Genie Articulated Boom for sale

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2008 Genie S125

2008 Genie S125

• STK#: 0009721

• Genie

• Articulated Boom

• S125

• 125' Lift Height

• 4WD

• Diesel

• South Dakota

• 125 Lift, Deutz Dsl, FF Tires, Jib, 4WD, New Paint, 4088 Hrs

• 7/20/2018

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2008 Genie S125

• STK#: 0009721

• Genie

• Articulated Boom

• S125

• 125' Lift Height

• 4WD

• Diesel

• South Dakota

• 125 Lift, Deutz Dsl, FF Tires, Jib, 4WD, New Paint, 4088 Hrs

• 7/20/2018

Call for Price

Boomlift

Boom lifts allow full 360 degree rotation and lift up to 90', even with the boom extended, and come in several different types, including articulated, telescopic, and articulated-telescopic. An advantage to using either an articulated or telescopic boom lift is the ease of navigating around obstacles. Boom lifts in several different types, including articulated, telescopic, and articulated-telescopic, and can run on AC power, diesel and more, depending on manufacturer.

When deciding if a boom lift is best for your project, consider all the physical demands of a project. Will your lift be stationary, or will it need to navigate difficult terrain? What is the weight of the loads your lift will need to handle? How many employees will need to use the lift? All of these questions play a part in deciding which lift system will work best for you.

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