“We purchased the GMK6300L because it will save both us and our customers’ time and money,” he said. “For many demanding lifts with long reaches, we spend a fair amount of time rigging a jib for our Grove GMK5275 or GMK7550. But with the long boom and high capacity of the GMK6300L, especially on projects where there is just one lift, such as with HVAC work, we can cut setup times in half.”
The 350 ton (317.5 t) capacity GMK6300L offers one of the strongest lift capacities of any six-axle, all-terrain crane in its class. The seven-section main boom extends to 263 ft. (80 m), one of the longest in the Grove product range. The crane’s MEGATRAK independent suspension and all-wheel steer system means its tires remain on the ground at all times, allowing it to easily navigate job sites, according to the manufacturer.
“We’ve had such great success with Grove cranes in the past that we’re confident the GMK6300L will be a great addition to our fleet,” Wagstaff said.
Wagstaff Crane was founded in 1963, and has since grown to be one of the premier lifting companies in the intermountain area. The company owns several Manitowoc cranes, including those from the Grove andÂ NationalÂ Crane ranges.
For more information, visitÂ www.manitowoc.com.