Titan 50 Propane

Capacity: 50,000 ft-lb
Body Configurations: 14′ (120″ CA)
Left or right side crane
Applicable Service Cranes: HC-7, HC-7x, HC-8 and HC-8x
Outriggers: Hydraulic or Manual Stabilizer/Outrigger


14′ Propane Bodies for Class 6 and 7 Trucks

Compatible with the HC-8, HX-8x, 8406H and smaller cranes

Features / Benefits
Heavy-duty performance and extended service life:

  • Patented one-piece 10 gauge (3.6mm) A60 Galvanneal side-pack design for rugged, off-road use minimizes weld seams for less cracking and rust
  • 12 gauge (2.8mm) tread plate on tops and cargo area for added durability
  • Integral crane box transfers load directly to outriggers reducing stress on the chassis
    • Reinforced up to 50,000 ft lb (6.97 tM)
  • Internal stainless steel hinges reduce potential corrosion points
  • Double-paneled Galvanneal doors for added strength
  • Gas door struts reduce wear-and-tear
  • Rounded door corners throughout reduce effect of load on stress points
  • Flush door panels with bulb seal gasket and functional full-length drip rail for dryer compartments
  • Fully undercoated for rust prevention

Safety and security built in:

  • Fully stable throughout lifting radius of the crane for maximized crane capacity
  • Large, flush-mounted, angled, stop-tail-turn lights for better visibility
  • Four or six heavy-duty tie downs for payload security
  • Three-point latching system provides secure door closures
  • Fender flares add protection to the body at the wheel well
  • Rounded door corners throughout reduce effect of load on stress points
  • Best-in-class Two-Year Limited Warranty

Productivity enhanced:

  • Unobstructed crane compartment maximizes usable cargo space
  • Double-paneled, slam-able tailgate for one hand ease-of-use
  • Complete shelf package to optimize storage needs

Chassis Requirements:

  • 20,500 GVWR; 9299 GVM
  • 34″ (864 mm) frame rail width
  • Dual rear wheels — 93.75″ (2.38 m) overall width
  • Maximum tire size 11.00 — 22.50
  • Truck stability will govern the actual approved working loads that will apply at different points of rotation
  • Actual chassis requirements should be determined by adding weight of body, crane, accessories, and anticipated cargo

Note: It is the responsibility of the crane installer to comply with OSHA Truck Crane stability requirements as specified by 29 CFR Part 1910.180 (c) (1)


  • Manual or hydraulic outriggers
  • 24″ (610 mm) workbench storage bumper
  • Receiver hitch
  • Rope and dome lights for compartments
  • Flood lights
  • Crane boom support
  • Individual drawer units
  • Slide-out tool tray
  • Adjustable shelving
  • Lockable sliding tops
  • Master locking system


  • Interlocking channel frame reduces weight while increasing rigidity


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