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Cranes for Sale (117)

United Rentals offers an extensive selection of robust and reliable cranes for sale and is ready to meet the diverse needs of your operations. Whether you're looking for mobile cranes, crawler cranes or all-terrain cranes, our collection has something to suit every requirement.

For our full list of cranes, view the items below. For more information about cranes, visit our resource section.



FAQs About Cranes

Browse our wide range of used cranes for sale at United Rentals. These cranes include walk-behind cranes, carry deck cranes, crane trucks and more. Our selection of cranes is ideal for meeting unique needs, with models boasting features to fit your customized work approach. You'll find a variety of sizes and capabilities to help you lift and carry heavy loads on your jobsite. You can trust that your equipment will produce optimal performance from manufacturers like Broderson, Manitex, EME and others. To guarantee the highest equipment performance, United Rentals offers United Guard for protective coverage to assist you if you need service for improper functions or repairs. Find out more about these cranes above and check out the available inventory of used cranes for sale.

Learn more about our cranes in our FAQ section below.

How are cranes transported?

Cranes can be transported to the construction site or other worksite by flatbed truck or trailer. See manufacturer recommendations for how to transport safely, as guidelines may vary depending on the size and weight of the crane.

How do cranes work?

Cranes comprise a hoist, boom, counterweight, turntable and outriggers. An electric motor in the cab powers the crane. The operator controls the crane's main drive winch from the cab. Indicators in the cab tell the operator how many feet of wire rope are left on both sides of the crane's main hoist. Additional crane parts include a turntable for rotating cranes, cradles and outriggers for gantry cranes. For information about crane safety, read our Project Uptime article, Crane Safety 101: A Guide for Crane Operators.

How much does a crane weigh?

Cranes can weigh as little as 10,000 pounds and reach up to more than 100,000 pounds. Gantry cranes and carry deck cranes can be assembled and disassembled into pieces that can fit into a single tractor-trailer for easy transport and long hauls.