LTF 1060-4.1 - Powerful and fast on the road.

  • On the road:

    Ideal for long distances thanks to its standard truck chassis.

  • Truly flexible:

    Simplified licensing thanks to low axle loads and various driving states.

  • Always ready for action:

    Carry ballast, double folding jib and hook block – with a gross weight of just 42 t.

  • Perfectly variable:

    Ready for any site with VarioBase® support technology.

  • Easily profitable:

    Save costs on driving and maintenance by using a standard truck chassis.

  • Really safe:

    Carry out crane work from outside with excellent visibility using remote control.

LTF 1060-4.1

Our LTF 1060-4.1 telescopic truck-mounted crane is a low cost alternative in the taxi crane class. Why? First of all, the 4-axle crane can carry all its ballast on public roads. This means that it is immediately ready for action once it reaches the site and it does not require any transport vehicles. Secondly, the truck-mounted crane is mounted on a standard truck chassis. That means you benefit from lower costs for tyres and common truck parts compared to all-terrain cranes. And finally, the various axle loads can be adjusted quickly, meaning that long term permits for many roads can be obtained significantly more easily.

Max. load capacity 60 t
Telescopic boom 40 m
Max. hoist height 56 m
Max. radius 48 m
Number of axles 4

LTF 1060-4.1 hoists work platform through the roof:

For the new-build gymnasium at a primary school, a telescopic work platform had to be hoisted over the roof into the site as access inside the hall itself was simply not possible. A Liebherr LTF 1060-4.1 truck-mounted crane was used to hoist the heavy device in constricted conditions.

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LTF cranes slide Wuppertal suspension railway train into retirement:

After around 45 years’ operation, WSW Mobil, the operating company behind the Wuppertal suspension railway, has replaced the final trains. After a maximum of 45 years in operation, the trains were removed and taken to new sites. Two LTF 1060-4.1 mobile cranes were used for the job.

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