2014  Genie  GTH1544  Diesel  $99,875.00  For Sale


NLEQ# 141980, 2388 Hours, Deutz Diesel, 72" Carriage, 60" Pallet Forks, Auxiliary Hydraulics, 15000# Capacity, 44' Lift Height, Fresh Boom Job (Wear Pads, Shims, etc.), New Tie Rods Ends, New Starter, Full Fender Kit, Light Kit

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    60" Pallet

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NLEQ ID: 141980

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