Rear-Mounted Boom Truck

QMC rear-mounted boom trucks offer the easiest maneuvering in challenging locations and unencumbered access to setting loads closest to jobsites. Designed for delivery and placement of heavy and bulky loads, these cranes are a staple for industries ranging from precast concrete to electrical utilities. With lifting capacities from 40,000 to 90,000 pounds, the rear-mounted boom truck provides the best use of overall unit weight to enhance stability while lifting.


  • Crane mounting over rear outriggers minimizes structural flex, while providing the greatest rigidity and stability of operating platform.
  • Increases over rear work area definition for greater productivity and structural zone inside tipping area to boost operator confidence.
  • Places crane in central location between transported load and final set, especially advantageous when pulling a trailer.
  • Preserves payload envelope by placing crane at extreme end of unit.
  • Provides best use of overall unit weight to enhance stability when lifting as location of combined truck/crane minimizes tipping while maximizing lifting.
  • Results in similar rear/side load charts for increased productivity, while reducing necessity to adjust working radius when transitioning from rear to side quadrants.


  • Handle even greater payloads when equipped to pull a trailer with available upgrades.

At a Glance

  • Operate crane with continuous 360 degree rotation using ground level controls
  • Withstand all loads produced during crane operation from integral structure
  • Reeve from one to five parts of line without requiring attachment of snatch blocks
  • Get load and stability tested cranes without requiring minimum chassis weight or installation of ballast
  • Mount cranes on wide variety of chassis and cab styles
  • Maximize payloads while observing federal and state axle limits
  • Determine best placement of product with proprietary software
  • Leverage individual controls for functions for easier sets on uneven terrain
  • Transport and set heavier loads