Contractors and companies across Indiana and Michigan rely on our large selection of all-terrain scissor lifts to tackle outdoor projects. While equipment make and model availability may vary by location, you can count on us to get you the right rough-terrain scissor lift.
For more details and pricing, call us at (877) 700-1945.
|Model||Plat. Hgt.||Work Hgt.||Machine Size (Length x Width)||Platform Size (Length x Width)||Plat. Ext.||Stowed Height (Rails Folded)||Weight||Ground Bearing Pressure (PSI)|
|260MRT||26′||32′||8′ 9″ x 5′ 9″||8′ 6″ x 5′ 5″||4′||6′ 5″||7,360||118|
|GS2669RT||26′||32′||10′ 3″ x 5′ 9″||9′ 2″ x 5′ 3″||5′||6′ 3.5″||7,295|
|SJ7127RT||27′||33′||5′ 11″ x 10′ 8″||9′ 8.5″ x 5′ 4″||4′ 6″||6′ 5″||8,690|
|GS3369RT||32′ 8″||39′||10′ 3″ x 5′ 9″||9′ 2″ x 5′ 3″||5′||6′ 3.5″||7,895|
|33RTS||33′||39′||12′ 5″ x 7′ 7″||10′ 6″ x 5′ 11″||4′||7′ 6″||9,200||34|
|GS3384RT||33′||39′||12′ 11.25″ x 7′||13′ 5″ x 6′||5′ / 4′||5′ 1″||12,005|
|GS3390RT||33′||39′||12′ 11.25″ x 7′ 6″||13′ 0.5″ x 6′||5′||6′ 7.75″||12,085|
|3394RT||33′||39′||12′ 8″ x 7′ 10″||12′ 6″ x 7′ 2″||4′||6′ 5″||14,550|
|SJ7135RT||35′||41′||5′ 11″ x 10′ 8″||9′ 8.5″ x 5′ 4″||4′ 6″||7′||9,120|
|400RTS||40′||46″||14′ 5″ x 7′ 7″||14′ x 5′ 11″||4′||7′ 2.5″||13,500|
|GS4069RT||43′||49′||12′ 11.25″ x 7′ 6″||13′ 0.5″ x 6′||5′||7′ 4.75″||12,925|
|4394RT||43′||49′||12′ 8″ x 7′ 10″||12′ 6″ x 7′ 4″||4′||7′ 3″||15,300||56|
|GS4390RT||43′||49′||12′ 11.25″ x 7′ 6″||13′ 0.5″ x 6′||5′ / 4′||7′ 4.75″||12,925|
|SJ9250RT||50′||56′||14′ 8″ x 7′ 8″||14′ x 6′ 2″||5′||7′ 6″||15,200|
|500RTS*||50′||56′||15′ 5″ x 7′ 7″||14′ x 5′ 11″||4′||8′ 1″||17,200||86|
- * Many of our 500RTS Models are equipped with dual extensions on both sides, and require the use of outriggers.
- Availability may vary by location – give us a call at (877) 700-1945 or contact us online for details.
- Machine specs can vary from model year to model year. Consult the serial plate and/or operators & safety manual for accurate machine specs.
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- Aerial Lift Operator Safety
What Is a Rough-Terrain Scissor Lift?
Rough-terrain scissor lifts are like traditional scissor lifts, but are built specifically for outdoor use on uneven surfaces. They feature reinforced tires and four-wheel drive. A diesel engine powers most rough-terrain scissor lifts instead of batteries.
Like other scissor lifts, all-terrain lifts are vertical. That means their arm only goes up, instead of horizontally like some other aerial lifts. Rough-terrain scissor lifts can reach heights of up to 60 feet, while their workspace area is between two to 10 feet. Some manufacturers, like Genie, include a slide-out extension deck to create a larger work area.
Rough-terrain scissor lifts usually hold more weight than regular scissor lifts. For comparison, most scissor lifts hold around 1,000 pounds, while all-terrain ones can carry around 2,250 pounds. That means they can lift more equipment and workers so you can get the job done faster.
Safety is an important factor, which is why our all-terrain scissor lifts often include the following features:
- Manual lowering
- Motion, tilt and descent alarm
- Lanyard attachment points
- Self-closing gates
A variety of accessories are also available for rough-terrain scissor lift rentals, including:
- Extension decks
- Light kits
- Leveling jacks
- Non-marking tires
Depending on your project’s needs and its time frame, renting an all-terrain scissor lift may be a smart choice.
Why Rent a Rough-Terrain Scissor Lift?
Companies and contractors rent scissor lifts for a lot of different uses. Some common uses for rough-terrain scissor lift rentals include:
- Constructing, renovating or repairing buildings
- Fixing or inspecting utilities
- Installing signage on a newly constructed building
- Finishing landscaping work
- Retrieving, loading and moving goods at a railyard
More people are choosing to rent rough-terrain scissor lifts due to their purchase price, which can range from $12,000 to $70,000. Additional reasons why people choose to rent scissor lifts include:
- Using the lift for one-time or short-term use
- Working outdoors on unpaved roads and gravel
- Operating on a small budget and limited storage space
- Expanding capabilities to accept more jobs
Renting an all-terrain scissor lift is also simple with MacAllister Rentals. Our family-owned business helps individuals and companies each day sort through our available equipment to find the lift that will get the job done.
How to Rent a Rough-Terrain Scissor Lift
We make the rental process straightforward at MacAllister Rentals. In fact, we break it down into three steps:
- Complete a quote request or call our toll-free number.
- Receive and review our estimate for renting an all-terrain scissor lift.
- Provide payment and schedule a delivery date and time.
Whether you’re looking for a Skyjack rough-terrain scissor lift rental or equipment from Genie or JLG, our experienced team can help you find the best lift for your project and answer all your questions. Just contact us or call us at (877) 700-1945 today, and we’ll be happy to help.