2016 JLG X770AJ

Now you can go more places around the job site thanks to the low weight and rubber tracks on the new Compact Crawler Boom. These machines are environmentally friendly with standard AC power, gas or diesel engine or an optional Lithium-ion electrical system that doesn’t produce emissions. A tracked wheel carriage climbs slopes, and a narrow chassis allows for access through gates, yards, standard doorways and public buildings.

*Price, if shown, is Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) and does not include government fees, taxes, dealer freight/preparation, dealer document preparation charges or any finance charges (if applicable). MSRP and/or final actual sales price will vary depending on options or accessories selected.

Manufacturer JLG
Model Year 2016
Model X770AJ
MSRP Request a Quote
Length 20 ft. 9 in. (6.34 m) stowed
19 ft. 7 in. (5.98 m) without basket
Height 6 ft. 6.5 in. (2.00 m) stowed
84 ft. (25.6 m) working
Width 39 in. (0.99 m)
Weight 9,665 lbs. (4,384 kg) electric engine
Engine & Drivetrain
Engine Model Diesel: Kubota D902, 21.6 hp (16.1 kW)
Electric: 100Ah 83V lithium-ion
Engine Type Diesel or Electric
Fuel Tank Capacity 6.6 gal. (25 l)
Motor AC: 120V 60 Hz (1.2 kW)
Operating Pressure 65.3 psi (4.5 kg/cm²) outriggers
7.8 psi (0.54 kg/cm²) tracks
Tracks 6 ft. 10 in. (2.1 m) length
Gradeability 40%
Capacity 500 lbs. (226.8 kg)
Basket Rotation 124° (+/- 62°) platform
Platform Height 77 ft. 5 in. (23.6 m)
Platform Size 58 in. x 30 in. (1.47 x 0.76 m) standard
Horizontal Reach 43 ft. (13.1 m)
Raise/Lower Time 0.7 mph (1.2 km/h)
Jib 89° range of articulation
Rotation 360° non-continuous swing
Outriggers Footprint: 14 ft. 3 in. x 14 ft. 6 in. (4.31 x 4.41 m)
9 ft. 3 in. x 19 ft. 2 in. (2.81 x 5.84 m) narrow

Standard Features

  • Drive speed control for smooth operation on a variety of terrains
  • 500 lb. unrestricted platform capacity
  • Regenerative valve on telescopic cylinder resulting 50% increase in speed
  • Fits through a standard doorway
  • Auto levels on uneven surfaces