Finding the best bucket truck for your business

Material handling? Personnel? Telescopic? Articulated? Or both? Insulated? Non-insulated? One person basket? Two person basket?

Telescopic articulated bucket trucks; personnel or material handing bucket trucks; insulated or non-insulated bucket trucks; single or double person baskets; bucket vans and tracked lifts; overcenter and non-overcenter bucket trucks. Whatever you are looking for, our main focus is to provide you with the best bucket truck to suit your needs, and in doing this TruckMax Homestead have become experts at speaking bucket truck. Make your next bucket truck a Dur-A-Lift with us!

Start by narrowing down which series best suits your needs.

DLT2 & DPM2 – telescopic articulating, material handling or personnel aerial lift with 180º basket rotator, basket elevator and top mounted jib and winch that lifts up to 1000 pounds
DPM3 – telescopic articulating bucket truck with bottom mount, 36″ x 60″ aluminum basket, 180 degree basket rotator, and auxiliary winch that lifts up to 150 pounds
DPM – telescopic articulating, material handling or personnel aerial lift with 180º basket rotator and side mounted jib and winch that lifts up to 1000 pounds
DTAX2 – telescopic articulating aerial lift with 180º basket rotator
DTA2 – telescopic articulating aerial lift
DHT – heavy duty, telescopic aerial lift
DT – telescopic aerial lift
DVS – telescopic aerial lift for use with enclosed body (van series)
DO – articulating, overcenter aerial lift
DFSL – articulating, non-overcenter aerial lift
DAT3 – telescopic articulating, non-overcenter aerial lift built for the tree care industry
Urban Forestry Unit – (urban forestry) telescopic articulating, forestry bucket truck with chipper box
DCP – telescopic articulating cable placer unit

Isuzu Updates F-Series for 2022, Adds Class 7 Model

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, announced the Cummins B6.7 diesel engine will now be featured in the new 2022 Isuzu F-Series trucks, for the U.S. and Canadian markets.

This is the first product to come to market globally from the Isuzu Cummins Powertrain Partnership (ICPP) between Isuzu Motors Limited and Cummins Inc., that was formed in 2019.

The 2022 F-Series will be available in two medium-duty models: the Class 6 FTR (25,950-pound GVWR), and the Class 7 FVR (33,000-pound GVWR).

Additionally, the lineup will include a de-rated Class 6 FVR. A total of eight wheelbases will be available for the FTR and FVR models.

The low-cab forward’s larger cab-to-axle space provides the Isuzu F-Series more cargo capacity versus conventional cab competitors with a comparable wheelbase, Isuzu officials said in a press release. This gives customers more versatility with their body application choices to accommodate heavier or more spacious cargo loads.

The FTR and FVR offer a 50-degree inner wheel cut that gives the Isuzu F-Series turning diameters between 43.7-foot (152-inch WB) and 65-foot (248-inch WB). Greater visibility is made possible by Isuzu’s low cab forward-designed cab and new LED headlamps, company officials said. The new interior design has dual-tone trim and enhanced seating.

The Cummins B6.7 is mated to an automatic 6-speed Allison RDS Transmission (2500 Series). With 260 hp and 660 lb-ft of torque, this is the highest horsepower and torque available from the Cummins B6.7.

This power increase in the Isuzu F-Series will easily move heavier payloads through today’s urban environments and over the road between distribution centers, according to the truckmaker.