MacAllister Rentals has a full inventory of JLG and Genie towable boom lifts for rent. Our TZ50 DC and T500 towable boom lift rentals are available in several platform heights and outrigger sizes for a variety of different usages. All of our towable boom lift rentals are tested for quality to ensure your safety. It’s important to review the operators & safety manual for more information. The expert team at MacAllister Rentals is here to help customers chose the right piece of equipment and recommend the towable boom lift that will provide the most benefit for the project.
|Model||Platform Height||Overall Width||Width of Outriggers||Length of Outriggers||Weight||Ground Bearing Pressure|
|TZ50 DC||49′ 6″||5′ 6″||14′ 4″||14′ 4″||4,400|
- Units are equipped with a 2″ ball.
- Equipment make and model availability may vary by location – contact us for details.
- Machine specs can vary between model years. Consult the serial plate and/or operators and safety manual for accurate machine specs.
- The availability of individual equipment makes and models may vary by dealer location, so please contact us for additional details.
What Is a Towable Boom Lift?
Boom lifts are a type of aerial lift. Because of their small, lightweight base, they’re easy to fit into tight spaces. Their flexibility makes them ideal for indoor and outdoor projects. They can also move in any direction, even when raised.
Towable boom lifts make it easy to transport your lift from location to location. Instead of using a lift mounted on a truck or van, you can tow it with your vehicle. Hook your towable lift to your truck’s hitch or another work vehicle, and then detach it when you arrive to begin working.
Their compact size also makes for a stress-free driving experience in comparison to hauling a trailer.
Our towable boom lift rentals are diesel- or battery-powered. Different power options let you choose a tow-behind lift that fits your project’s location and needs. Many attachment options are also available, including:
- Material hook
- Work platform
- Worker bucket
A towable boom lift rental is a popular choice for businesses and contractors. It’s flexible and easy to transport. It can also handle different types of jobs with its multiple attachments, reach and power options.
Why Rent a Towable Boom Lift?
People with a pull-behind lift rental use it for a lot of different jobs, including:
- Cutting and trimming trees
- Repairing electrical work, signs or lighting
- Painting the inside and outside of buildings
- Inspecting bridges and highway overpasses
- Maintaining, cleaning and inspecting a building
- Cleaning gutters and roofs
- Picking fruits
- Holding lighting equipment for filming movies or television shows
A towable boom lift rental is a smart choice if your work doesn’t require a boom lift all the time.
Orchards, for example, only pick fruits during the summer. If they owned a boom lift, they’d have to maintain and store it 365 days a year. Using a tow-behind lift rental saves them those maintenance and storage costs. They just rent it when they need it.
Other situations that make renting a towable boom lift a smart choice include:
- Seasonal maintenance, cleaning or inspections
- Minimal use of a boom lift for projects
- Limited funds or space for maintaining and storing a lift
At MacAllister Rentals, we make the renting process easy. Our expert team is here to help you choose the right piece of equipment and recommend a towable boom lift that will provide the most benefit for the project.
How to Rent a Towable Boom Lift
With locations across Michigan and Indiana and a wide selection of towable boom lifts for rent, it’s a simple process to rent a towable boom lift from us. Our fleet includes the newest lifts, though equipment make and model availability may vary by location.
Rent your towable boom lift by submitting a quote request or calling our toll-free number. We’ll review your submission, including your job site location, rental duration and more to give you an accurate estimate.
If you have more questions about towable boom lift rentals, contact us, and we’ll be happy to answer your questions and provide additional information.