S-65 XC and S-65 TraX

Telescopic Boom Lift

Genie® S®-65 XC™ and  S-65 TraX™ telescopic boom lifts are the redesigned Xtra Capacity™ version of the popular Genie S-65 XC and S-65 TraX. They can perform a wider range of heavier lift tasks on construction and industrial jobsites thanks to their dual lift capacity and offer innovative features to help increase jobsite efficiency.

S-65 XC Overview

  • Full-time active oscillating axle and full-time positive traction for superior terrainability
  • Chassis tilt sensor technology  maximizes access to hard-to-reach work areas
  •  5 ft/1.52 m robust articulating jib
  • Dual lifting capacity of 660 lb/300 kg and 1,000 lb/454 kg to lift increased loads and up to 3 operators
  • Automatic envelope control technology for a smooth operating envelope
  • Zero-load field calibration and onboard diagnostics maximize serviceability

S-65 TraX Overview

  • Same features as above
  • The patented track design features 4 independent tracks, swiveling vertically up to 20° for a smooth drive on rough ground conditions
  • 30° steer angle for easy maneuvering
Specification Value
Max Working Height 71 ft | 21.81 m
Max Horizontal Reach 54 ft 2 in | 16.51 m
Below Ground Reach 8 ft 8 in | 2.65 m
Platform Capacity 660 lb Unrestricted, 1,000 lb Restricted | 300 kg Unrestricted, 454 kg Restricted
Machine Width and Length 8 ft 2 in, 32 ft | 2.49 m, 9.76 m
Range of motion - Genie S-60 XC and S-65 XC telescopic boom lifts

Chassis Options

  • Tow package

Tire Options

  • S-60 XC Trax or S-65 XC Trax: Quadra Track System              
  • Rough terrain, foam-filled tires (petroleum based)                                                                              
  • Rough terrain, non-marking, foam-filled tires (water based)                                        
  • Rough terrain, non-marking, foam-filled tires  (petroleum based)                    

Engine Options

  • 60 hp Ford MSG425, gas/LPG Dual Fuel (not available on S60/65 Trax)
  • 74 hp Deutz Tier 4f TD2.9L4, turbo diesel (standard with Trax)
  • Diesel intake air pre-cleaner
  • LPS Fire protection rating: Ford engine only and requires LP only operation
  • Cold weather kit:  5W-40 synthetic engine oil, oil pan heater, battery heater and hydraulic tank heater
  • Ford engine gauge package: oil pressure, temperature and voltage

Lift/Turntable Options

  • Specialty hydraulic oil (60 gal - cold weather, fire resistant, or biodegradable)
  • LPG tank, 33.5 lb. capacity: Ford engine only
  • Second battery
  • Hostile environment kit: cylinder bellows, boom wiper seals, platform and ground control box covers
  • Deluxe hostile environment kit: hostile environment kit, ring gear guard, cable track hose cover, air pre-cleaner

Platforms

  • 4 ft. front-entry steel platform
  • 6 ft. dual entry or 8 ft. tri entry platform with ½ height mesh inserts and side swing gate
  • 6 ft. dual entry platform with side swing gate

Platform Options

  • Lift Power™ 3kW AC generator, 110V/60Hz or 220V/50Hz
  • Air line to platform: ½ in. inner diameter
  • Aircraft protection kit:  platform foam padding and padded disable system
  • Aircraft protection kit: with swing gate
  • Light package: 2 chassis mounted drive lights and 2 platform mounted work lights
  • Lockable platform and ground control box covers
  • Panel cradle package
  • Platform auxiliary top rail
  • Thumb rocker steering
  • Lift Power™ 12kW Welder Ready package
  • Traveling fall arrest anchor system: requires 6ft platform
  • Traveling fall arrest anchor system: requires 8ft platform

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