What arms, cranes, lifts and loaders are available for hooklift-equipped trucks?

Contractors, municipalities, waste haulers and other users know that adding a hydraulic hooklift hoist to a chassis is one way to get more utility and value out of a truck. With a hoist, you can roll-on and roll-off as many hooklift bodies or hooklift containers as operations require. Add a chipper body to your rig on Monday, go with a tanker on Tuesday, and so on.

Of course, many operators want their hooklift-equipped vehicles to work even harder. And, equipment manufacturers — including Ampliroll — have responded. Among cherry pickers, for example, Ampiroll offers aerial lifts up to 48’ working height and Fassi Cranes whereas Kesla specializes in forest equipment.

Here are some of the arms, cranes, lifts and loaders with which you can improve the utility of your hooklift trucks:

  • Aerial lifts
  • Aerial work platforms
  • Bale claws
  • Cherry pickers
  • Cranes
  • Excavating arms
  • Felling heads
  • Forestry & recycling cranes
  • Grapple cranes
  • Gravel buckets
  • Knuckle boom cranes
  • Material grippers
  • Service cranes
  • Tree digger transplants
  • Wood grapples
  • Wood gravel buckets

This list offers an overview of many of the arms, lifts and loaders available today for hooklift-equipped trucks. For a closer look at how some vehicles outfitted with cherry pickers, crane excavators, log grasp arms and tree digger transplants, review this slideshow.

For selection, savings and service, make Ampliroll your first choice in hydraulic hooklift systems.

Ampliroll Hooklift Systems are manufactured by Marrel – the inventor of the dual-pivot hook loader in 1969 and first again in bringing them to users across the U.S. in 1980. Today, Ampliroll is one of the nation’s leading providers of hooklift systems. Of course, we also offer high-quality pre-owned hooklift vehicles.