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How much does it cost to rent a telescopic forklift?

You should expect to pay around $200 per day for an entry level telescopic forklift rental. Pricing depends on lift height and lift capacity and other specifications needed. You'll find machines for as low as $1,500 per month to more than $5,000 per month. In order to get the best rate, it's always a good idea to compare prices from a few different local telescopic forklift dealers.

How high can a telescopic forklift reach?

You can find models with 19 ft, 36 ft, 42 ft, 44 ft, 45 ft, 48 ft, 55 ft reach heights.

What lift capacities are available?

5,000 lbs, 6,000 lbs, 8,000 lbs, 9,000 lbs, 10,000 lbs, 12,000 lbs, 15,000 lbs, 20,000 lbs are the most common lift capacities.

What are some popular models for telescopic forklifts?

JLG 1644, JCB 505-20, Genie GTH-1256, Bobcat VersaHANDLER V723, Manitou MHT 1490, Haulotte HTL9055 Tier III, Caterpillar TL1055D are some of the most popular models.

What attachments are available?

Buckets, bucket grabs, pallet forks, muck grabs, winches, dirt buckets, grain buckets, rotators, power booms, lifting jibs, sweepers, and work platforms are the most common attachments.