Flannegan Western's telehandler is designed to be hard working and affordable. During consultation with customers, Flannegan Western identified a need for a compact telehandler/forklift that can be transported from jobsite to jobsite with a ¾-ton pickup and a 12,000 GVWR trailer. The telehandler uses standard and modular components that are used throughout Flannegan Western products.
“It can be hauled on a small trailer and pulled on a small truck,” says Mike Flannegan, president of Flannegan Western. “It gives a lot of flexibility for the rental market.”
Modular design features offer 2WD or 4WD models, and 32-, 45- or 65-hp choices. With an overall width of 7 feet, the telehandler will operate in confined spaces. In addition to its productivity-enhancing features, the compact telehandler incorporates an innovative cab design and easy-to-use joystick controls. An aerial work platform, which can be controlled from the platform, allows the machine to be operated by one person. Various attachments add to the machine's versatility.
Flannegan says it's effective, productive and safe. “It meets the criteria for many different applications,” Flannegan says. “It's very easy to interchange parts.”
Verified by Mike Flannegan, president of Flannegan Western.
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Width: 7 feet
Horsepower: 32, 45 or 65