The new 508-66 lift-and-place telehandler can reach up 66 ft. with a 3,000-lb. load when its two front stabilizers are deployed. Thats enough reach to set a load of material or piece of equipment atop a six-story building.
With the stabilizers set, the 508-66 can also raise its 8,500-lb. maximum load to a height of 33 ft., or reach forward 526 with a 400-lb. load.
The machine can also handle loads with its stabilizers raised. Lifting just off the tires, it can raise 1,000 lbs. to a height of 328, lift 8,500 lbs. up to 18 ft., or place 400 lbs. at 318 of forward reach. It can also travel while carrying up to 8,500 lbs.
All of that reach and capacity come from a compact machine that has a turning radius of 136, weighs 28,627 lbs., and stands just 710.5 wide, 225 long, and 810.5 high.
COST OF OWNERSHIP
No DEF or DPF thanks to the 74hp JCB EcoMax engine. Full JCB built drivetrain ensures performance is maximized with all components configured specifically for the telescopic handler.
Industry leading service intervals and simple ground level daily checks ensures maximum uptime
By producing high levels of power and torque at engine speeds as low as 1,3001,400rpm, the EcoMax engine provides fuel-efficient matching of transmission and hydraulics.
JCBs regenerative hydraulics harness gravitational forces to make boom lowering more energy efficient and highly productive.
66ft lift height means this telescopic handler can reach 6 floors, reducing the need for of a mobile crane.
For added versatility, all JCB telescopic handlers are fit as standard with a single boom auxiliary feature which can power a wide range of attachments.SAFE AND SECURE
Industry leading visibility thanks to the low boom profile and pivot means that operators get excellent visibility all around the machine.
A reverse alarm, pulse radar system and rear mounted camera options ensures workers are kept safe on site.
JCB factory-fit immobilizers can be activated by a unique key or optional push button PIN system which automatically arms the system after a certain period following engine shutdown.