Ausa’s telehandler offers wide variety of options


Ausa’s new T204H telehandler from Lencrow is a not just any old telehandler – it offers a toolbox full of opportunity due to the new universal skid steer hitch. 

This allows the interchangeability of tools available to fit skid steers. 

These may include bucket, trenchers and posthole diggers, which can be changed in minutes.

The unit basic capacity is 2000kg to 4000mm, which gets in and out of tight corners easily with four wheel steering. 

The advantage of these units over skid steers is the rolling tyres cause less impact to the surface that the unit is working on.

The unit’s compact size (less than 2000mm high) allows them entry into between floor applications. 

With an unladed weight of 4050kg this unit is suitable for on truck solutions like brick and tile carriers.

The package is complete with constant 4-wheel drive and ergonomic FOPS-ROPS cabin with universal joystick control.

Lencrow Materials Handling
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