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Used 2007 IMT 6025 service crane knockdown boom (unmounted)

Last Updated: 11 Sep 2017
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  • Year: 2007
  • Capacity: 5.25
  • Boom/Jib: 25' 4
  • Location: California, United States
  • Hours: Inquire
  • Condition: Very Good
  • Serial #: 6025S2071070
  • Unit #: BM-2248
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Crane Rating: 60,000 ft-lb (8.3 tm)

Max. Horizontal Reach (from centerline of rotation): 24' 10" (7.7 m)

Hydraulic Extensions (2): 75" and 75" (190.5 cm and 190.5 cm)

Lifting Height (from base of crane): 26' 2" (7.9 m)

Crane Weight: 2350 lb (1066 kg)

Outrigger Span: 90" (228.6 cm)

Crane Storage Height: 41" (104.1 cm)

Mounting Space Required (crane base): 18" x 18.5" (45.7 cm x 47 cm)

Optimum Pump Capacity: 10 gpm (38 L/min)

System Operating Pressure: 3000 psi (207 bar)

Tie-down Bolt Pattern (8 bolts) on center: 14.75" x 14.75" (37.5 cm x 37.5 cm)

Rotational Torque: 8770 ft-lb (1.2 tm)

Center of Gravity

Horizontal from centerline of rotation: 41" (104.1 cm)

Vertical from bottom of crane base: 22" (55.9 cm)

Performance Characteristics

Rotation: 400° (6.98 rad), 33 seconds

Lower Boom Elevation: -5° to 78° (-0.09 rad to 1.3 rad), 11 seconds

Extension; Cylinder Total: 75 in (190.5 cm), 27 seconds

Power Source

Hydraulic power is provided by an integral mounted hydraulic pump and PTO. Other standard power sources may be utilized. Minimum power required is 23.5 hp based on 10 gpm at 3000 psi (38 L/min at 207 bar).

Cylinder Holding Valves

The holding sides of all cylinders are equipped with integral- mounted counterbalance valves or load-holding check valves to prevent sudden cylinder collapse in case of hose failure.

Rotation System

Rotation of the crane is accomplished through a turntable gear bearing powered by a high-torque hydraulic motor through a planetary gearbox. Standard rotation is 400° (6.98 rad).

Hydraulic System

The hydraulic system is an open-centered, full pressure system with pump requiring 10 gpm (38 L/min) optimum oil flow at 3000 psi (207 bar). It consists of a four-section, electric remote, stack-type control valve with 40' (12.2 m) tethered pendant control system or RF remote-control system. The system includes a hydraulic oil reservoir, suction line filter, return line filter, and control valve.

Excessive Load Limit System (ELLS)

The ELLS limits overloading of the crane. Dual pressure switches mounted on the lift cylinder sense various overload conditions. When in an overload situation, the winch-up, extension-out, and boom-down functions are stopped. To relieve the situation, raise the boom, retract the extensions, or lower the winch.


The planetary winch is powered by a high-torque hydraulic motor. The winch is operated at a line speed of 60 fpm (18.2 m/min) under no-load conditions. The one-part line lifting capacity of the winch is 5500 lb (2500 kg). Maximum two-part line winch capacity is 10,500 lb (4762 kg). The winch is equipped with 100' (30.5 m) of 7/16" (1.1 cm) 6x25 FW PRF RRL IWRC XIPS wire rope. A compact, anti-two-block device is included to prevent the lower block or hook assembly from coming in contact with the boom sheave assembly. The winch meets ANSI B30.5 standards.

Minimum Chassis Specifications

Chassis Style: Conventional cab

Front Axle Rating (GAWR): 9,000 lb (4082 kg)

Rear Axle Rating (GAWR): 17,000 lb (7711 kg)

Wheelbase: 154 in (391 cm)

Cab-to-Axle: 84 in (213 cm)

Resistance to Bending Moment: 720,000 in-lb (8,295 kg-m)

Frame section modulus: 14.5 cu in (237.6 cm3)

Frame yield strength: 50,000 psi (3447.5 bar)

Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: 26,000 lb (11,794 kg)

In addition to these specifications, heavy-duty electrical and cooling systems are required. It is recommended that the vehicle be equipped with an engine tachometer, auxiliary brake lock, and power steering.


1. GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating) is dependent on all components of the vehicle (axles, tires, wheels, springs, brakes, steering, frame strength, etc.) meeting the manufacturer’s recommendations. GAWR is critical information to provide when purchasing a truck.

2. Minimum axle requirements may increase with use of diesel engines, longer wheelbase, or service bodies. Contact the factory for further information.

3. Weight distribution calculations are required to determine final axle loading.

4. All chassis and crane combinations must be tested by the final assembler to ensure stability per ANSI B30.22.

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Fax: 713-491-9359

Address: 7795 Little York Road, Houston, TX 77016, USA

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