Link-Belt HTC-8675-2

Link-Belt has introduced the HTC-8675 Series II into the market in 2007, to replace the HTC-8675 that starting manufacturing in 1996. It is one of the best seller in its model range and with the new upgrade, the Series II offers more standard features, longer reach, better lift capacities and improved over-the-road mobility.


  • Excellent transportability – can be configured to meet some of the toughest transportation laws
  • Boom wear pads have Teflon pucks that lubricate the boom sections (no grease)
  • Both fly options feature four offset positions of 2°, 15°, 30° and 45°
  • “Stow ‘n go” outrigger pontoons are easily secured for transport
  • Next generation operator’s cab with improved visibility and ergonomics
  • Pull-out CabWalk for ease of access to and from the operator’s cab
  • Integral air conditioning
  • Large swing-out engine hood doors for ease of service
  • Full-length aluminium fenders
  • Job site travel with the counterweight
  • Access ladders and folding guardrails
  • Cameras for right side carrier, back-up, right side upper, and main and auxiliary winches
  • Composite driver’s cab with document storage and AM/FM radio
  • Halogen daytime running headlights and LED lighting
  • Illuminated compartments and controls for night-time operation
  • Compliant to the highest emission requirements
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Imperial, EN (5794)
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Catalog, EN (4514)

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The HTC-8675 Series II has a boom length of 127ft (38.7m), which is 12ft (3.7m) longer over its predecessor and use Link-Belt’s patented latching boom. The crane will also be equipped with 4 boom modes, EM1 to EM4, instead of the 2 boom modes previously. An optional 38ft to 65ft (11.6 to 19.5m) bi-fold lattice fly jib and 2 optional 16ft (4.9m) lattice boom extensions are available to give a maximum lifting height of 230ft (70.2m). The fly jib is offset-table at 2, 15, 30 and 45 degrees.

The crane is powered by a Caterpillar C-13 diesel engine 445 hp (331.8 kW) and has a torque of 2,101.5 Nm, more than its predecessor and meeting EPA’s 2007 on-highway regulations.