Hydraulic Machinery, Inc., located in Tampa, Fl. was established in 1963 with the vision to serve the local fast growing needs of contractors, builders and the roofing industry. We provide all areas of hydraulic equipment expertise service to our customers from sales, rentals, parts and service repairs.
We also handle ICBC repairs for work trucks and mounted equipment. Parts. Getting you the right parts, right on time, is the focus of our Parts department. We stock all the major wear items and service kits for your commercial truck equipment, including oil and lube kits for cranes, compressors, and other mounted truck equipment.
Our relentless expansion has come as a result of our excellent customer service and our reputation as a distributor and manufacturer of the highest quality vehicle mounted equipment in the country. Our selection of small loading cranes include the HMF Truck Mounted Crane, HMF Truck Mounted Knuckle Boom and HMF Truck Loader Crane, all available
Commercial Truck Equipment Co. is Canada's expert supplier of truck equipment. Serving our customers for over 70 years and representing the industries' top products, we are your source for crane trucks, recovery vehicles, dump & gravel trucks, snow & ice trucks, landscape bodies, trailers, as well as truck hydraulic systems, truck parts and service.
The Maxxtow hydraulic receiver hitch mounted crane is the first portable and affordable unit of its kind Three boom capacities: 500, 750 and 1000 pounds ;Product Dimension: 54.00 x 20.00 x 9.75 inches Easily move heavy generators, pressure washers, barrels and more in and out of your truck bed
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While the truck mounted crane has its advantages the reason for modest acceptance of these equipment in the country, manufacturers and distributors feel is due to deficient value engineering on the trucks available in the country, not making them essentially ideal for mounting the crane.