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Used Boom Lifts for Sale

Are you looking to get a great deal on a used boom lift? No matter what size or type you need, is the best place to find and save on a used boom lift for sale. Whether you are looking for a 50 ft used articulating boom lift in Los Angeles, or a 120 ft used straight boom lift in Dallas, you won't find a better place for all of your boom lift needs. Request quotes from a few used boom lift suppliers in your area by filling out the quote and you'll get rates and availability from a few of the top companies in your area in minutes.

Tips for Buying Used Boom Lifts

Follow these simple tips to get the best used boom lift for your needs.

  • Measure Your Space - make sure that you know what size boom lift to buy. You don't want to get a boom lift that either can't reach where you need it to go, or pay too much for a lift that is too large for your needs.
  • Compare Companies - comparing companies enables you to get a better idea of how servicing your boom lift will be in the future and you can also compare their inventory and prices.
  • Maintenance History - ask for maintenance history. When buying any type of used equipment it's important to get a machine that has been well taken care of.

Used Boom Lift FAQ

For first time customers there's usually a lot of uncertainty and questions about the process of purchasing a used boom lift. Here are some of the most common questions both first time and seasoned buyers have when purchasing a used boom lift:

Do Used Boom Lifts Come With a Warranty?

Some used boom lifts will have manufacturer warranties intact, but it's a good idea to ask the seller. Since used boom lifts will cost thousands of dollars it's a good idea to get one that still has a warranty.

How Much do Used Boom Lifts Cost?

Used boom lifts typically cost about 30%-60% less compared to new lifts. Prices vary greatly depending on how high you need your lift to reach, but most used boom lifts will cost a few thousand dollars.