This sharp Liebherr LR 1750 of Felbermayr from Wels (AT) was used in the southern part of Germany to erect wind turbines.
The derrick boom of the crane is 31.5 meters long.
The superstructure counterweight is here 170 tonnes, that exists out of two 10-tonne chairs and in total 12 slabs with each 12.5 tonnes. The maximum counterweight is 245 tonnes. The tailswing is 9.2 meters.
The tracks are each 11.9 meters long, 1.5 meters wide and 2.13 meters high. The mass each is 44 tonnes. Between the tracks is in total 45 tonnes of central counterweight installed.
The undercarriage is 10.3 meters wide. The crane is powered by a 544 hp strong Liebherr 8-cylinder diesel engine.
The crane was fitted here in SLD configuration, tappered main boom with superlift.
The crane was fitted with a 119 meter long main boom.
With the tappered main boom is the 400-tonne boom head in use, that is also used with the luffing jib.