Used Lull Telehandler For Sale


So, you’ve decided to move forward in getting used telehandler for your next job? If so, then you can’t go wrong by choosing a used Lull telehandler for sale at NLEQ. Lull is a big name in the shooting boom forklift market and they are owned by perhaps the biggest name in the business altogether: JLG. Unfortunately, JLG has decided to focus more on their own line of telehandlers and their additional line of SkyTrak telehandlers. They felt as though managing three or more different brands was too much.

So what does this mean for fans of the Lull telehandler brand? Well, JLG may not manufacture any more new Lull lifts, but that doesn’t mean you can’t purchase a used Lull telehandler that is fully capable of handling your worksite needs. As a matter of fact, used equipment is considered the best way to go. The market is saturated with quite a bit of used equipment, some of which are still in great condition and can be found on for incredible prices.

Just because you’re buying a used Lull telescopic forklift doesn’t mean you’re sacrificing any quality. Quite the opposite actually. Lull has always been viewed as a high-quality brand that provides superior reach, capacity, and functionality. And if you find a used Lull lift for sale from NLEQ, then you know that it has been properly tested, inspected, and maintained. It might as well be considered new, but with a better price tag.

What has made the Lull brand of telehandlers such a dominant force for decades? Quite a few things actually. They have a unique design, very high lift capacity, long outreach, and yet they remain fast and efficient machines. Let’s take a closer look at some of the reasons why you might want to find a used Lull telehandler for sale.

Extremely Impressive Shooting Boom Forklift Specs.

Just a brief look at the specs of a Lull telehandler is enough to impressive even the toughest critics. These machines could move a lot more than your average telehandler and can travel around quickly while doing so. Take the 1044C-54 Series II model for example; also known as the Lull 1044.

The Lull 1044C-54 has a rated lift capacity of 10,000 pounds. That’s 2,000 more than some of the biggest telehandlers manufactured today and more than 3,000 pounds above the average. It has a lift height of 54 feet and a forward reach of 45 feet. The 1044 features a highly durable outrigger that is a common sight with Lull models.

And you can’t forget about the speed. The Lull 1044C can travel at an impressive speed of 22 miles per hour. That’s faster than some of the newest telehandlers manufactured by JLG. Even some that are considerably smaller. It also had an upward lift speed of 15.6 seconds and boom extension speed of 15.2 seconds. The 1044 isn’t the only Lull lift for sale with such impressive specs. This is the kind of attention to detail that you will see in every telehandler with the Lull name.

Lull Telehandlers: Under the Hood.

While not quite as efficient as the newest tier 4 model engines, a used Lull 1044 will come with a powerful diesel engine, quiet, and easy to service. Take the 1044 model, for example, with used a standard John Deere 4045 diesel engine. It is light, quiet, and surprisingly powerful. It had 115 horsepower, which was enough to push around this 32,000-pound machine with grace and elegance.

Where to Find Used Lull Lifts.

You won’t be buying any new Lull lifts from JLG, but there are still plenty of used Lull telehandlers for sale on the market. National Lift Equipment is the best place to find Lull shooting boom forklifts that are well-cared for and properly maintained.

A telescopic handler, also called a teleporter or a reach forklift, is a piece of equipment commonly used in the agriculture industry. It is similar to a forklift but has a telescopic cylinder, making it more a crane than a forklift, with the increased versatility of a single telescopic boom that can reach forward and upward from the machine. The boom can be fitted with different attachments, such as a bucket or a winch.

In construction, the most common attachment for a zoom boom is pallet forks and the most widely used application is to move material to and from locations unattainable for a conventional forklift. For example, teleporters have the capability to move palletized product from within a container and to place that cargo on to rooftops and other high locations. The latter application would otherwise require a crane, which is not always practical or time-efficient on a work site.

In agriculture the most common attachment for a telehandler is a bucket grab, and the most widely used application is to transport from and to unobtainable for a ‘conventional machine’ which is typically is a wheeled loader or backhoe loader. For instance, teleporters are able to extend directly into a high-sided trailer or hopper. The latter application would otherwise require a conveyor, or something similar.