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Telehandlers | Above All

Are you looking for the best used telehandler around? Well, the machine the is the “best” is going to depend on what you need. Above All Equipment Sales is here to help you find the right telehandler for your job.

What to Look for in a Used Telehandler?

  • Weight capacity
  • Height
  • Terrain
  • Weight of the machine for towing if necessary
  • Closed cab
  • Downriggers
  • 4-wheel steering or rear-wheel steering
  • Budget

Whether you have a good idea of what you need or if you are at a loss and need to talk to the professionals, give us a call, and we can help get you set up with the best telehandler for your projects.

Learn More About Above All Equipment

If you are interested in learning more about Above All Equipment, check out the rest of our website to see the selection of aerial lifts we have available. We specialize in new and reconditioned telehandlers, scissor lifts, boom lifts, and more.

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*Above All Equipment Sales does not rent out equipment*

The cost to rent a telehandler will vary based on your needs from size, location, duration, and more. The numbers reflected in this blog are just an estimate.

Small Telehandler Rentals

  • A small telehandler rental, like a Genie 5519
  • $200 – $450 a day
  • $1,000 a week
  • $3,500 a month

Mid-Size Telehandler Rentals

  • $400 – $600 a day
  • $2,000 a week
  • $4,000 – $5,000 a month

Large Telehandlers

  • $500 – $1,000 a day
  • $2,500 a week
  • $5,000 – $6,000 a month

Why Buy Instead of Rent?

As you can see from the typical prices listed above, renting a telehandler can add up. If you are in need of an aerial lift like a telehandler on a regular basis, it is a better investment to buy one rather than always rent. Not only will you save money in the long run, but think of all of the time and hassle you save by not dealing with the rental companies and deliveries.

Learn More About Above All

If you are interested in learning more about purchasing a telehandler, contact us today!

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Above All Equipment Sales just got in two contractor owned Genie 5519 Telehandlers in! Check out the video to see them in action. Contact us today to learn more!

2009 Genie 5519 Telehandler

  • 744 hours
  • Foam tires
  • $35,900

2012 Genie 5519 Telehandler

  • 1502 hours
  • Foam tires
  • $35,900

The Genie GTH-844 telehandler is one of the most popular and commonly sold telehandlers.

Genie GTH-844 Telehandler Specs

  • Max Lift Capacity- 8,000 lbs.
  • Max Lift Height- 43ft 10in
  • Max Forward Reach- 28ft 2in
  • Capacity at Max Height- 6,000 lbs.
  • Capacity at Max Reach- 2,000 lbs.

These machines usually come with one of two engines:

  • John Deere Diesel (older)
  • Deutz Diesel (newer)

Reconditioned Aerials Lift Are Always Inspected

At Above All Equipment Sales, we never sell a piece of equipment without being able to inspect it first. This ensures that our customers are always getting the best machine possible.

Learn More About Genie GTH-844 Telehandlers

If you are interested in learning more about the Genie GTH-844 Telehandler, contact us today and learn more on our site!

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