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2005 Terex 1056 Telehandler

2005 Terex 1056

10,000 lb. 56 Height Telehandler
2008 Skytrak 6042 New Paint Telehandler

2008 Skytrak 6042 New Paint

6000 lb. 42' Telehandler
1999 Lull 644B-42 Telehandler

1999 Lull 644B-42

6000 lb. 42' Lull- Rare- Traversi...
2007 Skytrak 6042  Telehandler

2007 Skytrak 6042

6000 lb. 42' Cab Heat Telehandler
2014 JLG G12-55A-Cab Telehandler

2014 JLG G12-55A-Cab

12,000 lb. 55' Height Cab and Heat
2012 Genie 5519 Telehandler

2012 Genie 5519

5500 LB. 19' Mini-Good Price
2006 Skytrak 8042 Telehandler

2006 Skytrak 8042

8000 lb. 42' height Telehandler
2011 Genie GTH844 Telehandler

2011 Genie GTH844

8000 lb. 44' Height Telehandler
2004 Bobcat V723 Telehandler

2004 Bobcat V723

Bobcat 7000 lb. 23' Height Telehan...
2013 Genie GTH844 Telehandler

2013 Genie GTH844

8000 lb. 44' Height Telehandler
2007 Genie GTH1056 Telehandler

2007 Genie GTH1056

10,000 lb. 56 Height Telehandler
2005 Skytrak 6036 Telehandler

2005 Skytrak 6036

6000 lb. 36'Height Telehandler
1999 JCB 550 Telehandler

1999 JCB 550

10,000 lb. 44 Height Telehandler
2010 JLG G12-55A  Telehandler

2010 JLG G12-55A

12,000 lb. 55' Height Telehandler
2011 JCB 510-56 Cab Telehandler

2011 JCB 510-56 Cab

10,000 lb. 56' Height Cab
2014 Genie 1544 Cab HT AC Telehandler

2014 Genie 1544 Cab HT AC

15000 lb. 44' height Cab Heat AC
2012 JCB 507-42 Telehandler

2012 JCB 507-42

7000 lb. 42' Height Telehandler
2012 Skytrak 10054 Telehandler

2012 Skytrak 10054

10,000 lb. 54 Height Telehandler
2012 Lull 1044C-54  Telehandler

2012 Lull 1044C-54

10,000 lb. 54 Height Telehandler
2010 Genie 1056 Cab Telehandler

2010 Genie 1056 Cab

10,000 lb. 56' Height Cab
2010 JLG G10-55A Telehandler

2010 JLG G10-55A

10,000 lb. 55' Height Telehandler
2013 CAT TL642C Telehandler

2013 CAT TL642C

6000 lb. 42' Telehandler
2011 Genie GTH 844 Telehandler

2011 Genie GTH 844

8000 lb. 44'- Height Telehandler
2012 Lull 1044C-54 Cab Telehandler

2012 Lull 1044C-54 Cab

10,000 lb. 54' Cab Telehandler
2017 Genie 5519 Telehandler

2017 Genie 5519

5500 LB. 19' Good Price
2012 Skytrak 8042 Telehandler

2012 Skytrak 8042

8000 lb. 42' height Telehandler
2015 CAT TL642C Telehandler

2015 CAT TL642C

6000 lb. 42' Telehandler
2012 CAT TL1255C- Cab Heat Telehandler

2012 CAT TL1255C- Cab Heat

12,000 lb. 55' Height Cab and Heat
2007 Skytrak 6042 Cab Telehandler

2007 Skytrak 6042 Cab

6000 lb. 42' Cab Telehandler
2011 Skytrak 8042 Cab Telehandler

2011 Skytrak 8042 Cab

8000 lb. 42' height- Cab and Heat
2011 JLG G12-55A Cab Telehandler

2011 JLG G12-55A Cab

12,000 lb. 55' Height Cab Telehandler
2012 Skytrak 10054-Cab Telehandler

2012 Skytrak 10054-Cab

10,000 lb. 54' Cab Telehandler
2014 JLG G12-55A Cab Telehandler

2014 JLG G12-55A Cab

12,000 lb. 55' Height Cab and Heat
2014 Skytrak 10054 Cab Heat- CA Telehandler

2014 Skytrak 10054 Cab Heat- CA

10,000 lb. 54 Height Cab-Heat

Additional Telehandler Information

Telehandlers, Rough Terrain Forklifts


American Telehandler offers for sale used telehandlers (rough terrain forklifts) to a variety of industries. Telehandlers are utilized in the construction industry to deliver material to various levels of a construction jobsite. These rough terrain forklifts are also used for other applications in many other industries outside the construction industry. The farming business, the oil business, and the mining industry are but a few of the industries that utilize rough terrain forklifts to lift, load, and/or supply materials to their intended destination.

The primary brands American Telehandler represents are: Lull, Skytrak, Gradall, JLG, Terex / Genie. These brands command a 70% market share of the North American telehandler market. Please click on the links above to see additional information regarding the various models for each brand.

Telehandlers are widely used in both industry, agriculture, and the military. A telescopic forklift, referred to in the equipment industry as a telehandler or rough terrain forklift could be considered a hybrid of a forklift and a crane. Most similar in appearance to a forklift but with crane style components such as a telescopic boom extending forward and upward. Telehandlers have fittings at the end of the boom for several versatile attachments including pallet forks, block forks, lumber forks, buckets, work platforms, pallet forks, jibs, and truss boom to name a few.

Moving loads from place-to place and retrieval of loads from places that are unreachable by a conventional forklift are the most common applications for pallet forks. Telehandlers can access palletized cargo within a trailer and move this product to rooftops and other locations on a worksite.

The telehandler is more practical and with more functionality vs. standard cranes. As the boom extends outward and upward it is balanced by a counter weight at the rear of the machine. A load chart is provided with each telehandler that must be adhered to ensure safe operation. These load charts utilize weight loads, boom angle, and height to formulate safety guidelines. Many telehandlers also employ a computerized sensor system to consistently monitor the vehicle and ensure safe operation.

Some telehandlers are equipped with outriggers. These telehandlers are primary heavy weight capacity machines. These outriggers extend the lifting capacity of the telehandler during stationary procedures.