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Specifications for a 1998 AMZ66 Grove Aerial Lift

by Jay Leone; Updated March 16, 2018

The Grove AMZ66 is a self-propelled aerial work platform. Aerial work platforms are designed to make hard-to-reach places more accessible. This lift operates under a hydraulic system and features a telescoping boom. Consumers have access to AMZ66 aerial lifts that have been fitted with either the standard or optional extended platform.

Engine Specifications

The AMZ66 aerial lift features a Nissan model A15 engine. This standard engine is a water-cooled, four-cylinder engine that runs on gasoline. The Nissan engine offers 42.5 horsepower output at 3,000 rotations per minute. An optional engine for the AMZ66 lift is a Deutz model F2L-511 engine. This engine is an air-cooled, two-cylinder engine that runs on diesel fuel. It offers output in the 35-horsepower range at 3,000 rotations per minute.

Hydraulic System Specifications

Grove's AMZ66 aerial lift features a hydraulic system designed to hold a maximum of 24 gallons of hydraulic fluid. This hydraulic system pumps its fluid at a rate of 30 gallons per minute. Valves within this system are electrically activated. Maximum operating pressure offered by this lift's hydraulic system is 3,500 pounds per square inch.

Platform Specifications

Consumers have access to Grove AMZ66 aerial lifts that have been fitted with either a 72-inch platform or a 96-inch platform. The 96-inch platform can only be fitted onto this lift when the optional extended chassis is employed. Platforms are constructed out of welded tubular aluminum. These platforms can accommodate between 500 and 600 pounds, depending on whether they sit atop the standard or optional chassis. Maximum platform height offered by this lift is 60 feet, and maximum working height is 66 feet. This lift offers a 45-foot horizontal reach with the riser elevated. The riser on this lift is 15 feet tall.

Other Specifications

The fuel tank on this lift was designed for a 25-gallon capacity. Grove's AMZ66 model aerial lift was designed to travel at a maximum speed of 4 miles per hour in both forward and reverse gears. This lift features a control system that can be operated while on the lift platform or on the ground next to the lift. The AMZ66 aerial lift offers a shipping weight of approximately 23,000 pounds. This lift collapses to a height of 102 inches. Stowed, the overall length of this lift is just under 26 feet.

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