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International 7300 Bucket / Boom Truck
$49,900 USD
Usage
80,333 Miles
Duty Class
Heavy Duty
In Fort Wayne, Indiana, US
Listed by Altec NUECO
Stock # 34321391
MLS # 8906679
International 4800 Bucket / Boom Truck
$16,500 USD
Horse Power
250
Duty Class
Heavy Duty
Drivetrain
4x4
In Salt Lake City, Utah, US
Listed by MTS, Inc.
Stock # 51386
MLS # 8673354
2012 Manitex 50128S Boom Truck
$230,000 USD
Usage
3,460 Hours
In Fontana, California, US
Listed by RTR Services
Stock # 6071600-01
MLS # 9131476
1998 GMC C7500 Forestry Bucket Truck
$4,000 USD
Usage
124,775 Miles
In Indianapolis, Indiana, US
Listed by RTR Services
Stock # 6083493-02
MLS # 9133251
1991 International 4900 Skyhoist Sign Truck
$19,000 USD
Usage
220,105 Miles
In Wasilla, Alaska, US
Listed by RTR Services
Stock # 7011920-01
MLS # 9131502
1997 Ford F800 Bucket Truck,
$7,000 USD
Usage
105,134 Miles
In N. Providence, Rhode Island, US
Listed by RTR Services
Stock # 7013273-01
MLS # 9131501
1997 Ford F800 55
$13,000 USD
Usage
54,588 Miles
In Salem, Oregon, US
Listed by RTR Services
Stock # 7021525-01
MLS # 9131505
2002 Sterling M6500 4x2 Boom Truck
$9,000 USD
Usage
207,877 Miles
In West Berlin, New Jersey, US
Listed by RTR Services
Stock # 7033377-01
MLS # 9131118
International 7500 Bucket / Boom Truck
$78,500 USD
Usage
90,176 Miles
Horse Power
340
Duty Class
Heavy Duty
Drivetrain
6x4
In Idaho Falls, Idaho, US
Stock # 3717
MLS # 9082681
International 4700 Bucket / Boom Truck
$15,900 USD
Usage
159,968 Miles
Duty Class
Medium Duty
Drivetrain
4x2
In Phoenix, Arizona, US
Stock # sv-1155
MLS # 9184655
Freightliner M2 106 Boom / Bucket Truck
$59,500 USD
Usage
64,661 Miles
Duty Class
Heavy Duty
In Norwalk, California, US
Stock # 4482
MLS # 9215088
Mack DM688S Boom / Bucket Truck
$16,500 USD
Usage
115,678 Miles
Horse Power
350
Drivetrain
6x4
In Lewiston, Idaho, US
Stock # 1163
MLS # 9216780
Ford F-550 Boom / Bucket Truck
At Auction
Usage
181,414 Miles
In Waxahachie, Texas, US
MLS # 9216552
Chevrolet C7500 Boom / Bucket Truck
At Auction
Usage
131,084 Miles
In Waxahachie, Texas, US
MLS # 9216488
Chevrolet C7500 Boom / Bucket Truck
At Auction
In Waxahachie, Texas, US
MLS # 9216487
Ford F-650 Boom / Bucket Truck
At Auction
Usage
175,457 Miles
In Verona, Kentucky, US
MLS # 9216457
Ford F-550 Boom / Bucket Truck
At Auction
In Verona, Kentucky, US
MLS # 9216452
International 4300 Boom / Bucket Truck
At Auction
In Verona, Kentucky, US
MLS # 9216395
Freightliner M2 106 Boom / Bucket Truck
At Auction
In Rome, New York, US
MLS # 9216265
Ford F-550 Boom / Bucket Truck
At Auction
Usage
194,274 Miles
In Rome, New York, US
MLS # 9216217
Ford F-550 Boom / Bucket Truck
At Auction
In Waxahachie, Texas, US
MLS # 9216168
Ford F-550 Boom / Bucket Truck
At Auction
Usage
278,355 Miles
In Waxahachie, Texas, US
MLS # 9210690
Dodge W5500 4x4 Boom / Bucket Truck
At Auction
Usage
147,677 Miles
In Waxahachie, Texas, US
MLS # 9205284
International 4300 Boom / Bucket Truck
At Auction
Usage
95,727 Miles
In Verona, Kentucky, US
MLS # 9210423
Ford E-350 Boom / Bucket Truck
At Auction
Usage
144,423 Miles
In Verona, Kentucky, US
MLS # 9210418

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Bucket Trucks for Lifting Personnel and Reaching Tough Heights

Bucket trucks are medium to heavy duty vehicles that are equipped with a long arm, called a boom, and an aerial platform, referred to as the bucket, that raises normally one or two people, heavy materials, or equipment upward and outward. Utility workers, construction crews, renewable energy installation (think wind turbines), forestry (reaching tree tops), manufacturing and warehousing, are just a few of the industries that heavily utilize boom and bucket trucks to reach difficult places. Depending on your project, there are several things to consider when choosing the right new or used bucket truck.

Whether you need to lift heavy materials, equipment, or an entire work crew, My Little Salesman has a wide variety of new and used bucket trucks for sale, from insulated medium-duty used bucket trucks to heavy duty models with 2-man telescopic buckets.

How to Choose the Right Bucket Truck

Here are some important factors to consider when picking a new or used bucket truck:

  • The shorter the boom is, the more control the operator will have – but also less reach.
  • The farther away the work site is from your truck, the longer your boom will have to before you can reach a desired height.
  • Insulated bucket trucks cost more, but they are a must-have when doing electric work.
  • Other considerations include telescopic or articulating boom (or both), lift capacity, accessories, and truck chassis, such as whether to have a single or tandem axle truck.

Boom placement:

  • Most booms are located behind the cab, which increases storage space (and is the least expensive design).
  • Booms can be mounted on the rear for better access to the job site (at the expense of storage space and sometimes hauling capacity). Some rear-mounted bucket trucks will have the operator sit behind the boom for full 360-degree rotational reach. This is the most expensive design.

Bucket trucks are primarily made from three materials:

  • Aluminum - This material is the most expensive, but it is also resistant to corrosion and lightweight, which saves on fuel and maintenance costs.
  • Steel - Cheaper, but heavier (leaving a larger footprint) and more prone to breakdowns than aluminum.
  • Fiberglass - This type of insulation costs extra, but will prevent electric shocks.

What to Check When Buying a Used Bucket Truck

Remember to always check the following on a used bucket truck:

  • Ensure the aerial platform (bucket) mounted on the truck chassis performs without issue. Check any service or maintenance logs. Check if a bucket cover has been used as that would help protect it from rain, snow, and debris.
  • Hire a mechanic to inspect the truck's chassis, engine, transmission, and tires of the vehicle. It's much cheaper to pay a mechanic to inspect it than to have to deal with problems down the road.