Heavy-Duty Mechanic Truck and Service Crane Features





Stellar Industries 7621 Mechanic Truck and Service Cranes

With the Stellar 7621 telescopic crane, the hassles of pulling pins and wrestling a manual extension to get over 20-feet are gone. Stellar is the leading manufacturer, in this class of crane, to offer two hydraulic extensions to 21-feet of reach. By incorporating two hydraulic extensions, there is no need to manually pull-out extensions. The crane does the extending, not the operator. Stellar Industries was the first U.S. manufacturer in this class of crane to offer several unique features as standard equipment. These include the standard proportional radio remote control, hexagonal boom construction, and a planetary winch with 60-feet per minute winch speed.


Crane Rating* 44,840 ft-lbs (6.2 TM)
Standard Boom Length 11'0" (3.35 m) from CL of Crane
1st Stage Hydraulic 60" (152.4 cm)
2nd Stage Hydraulic 60" (152.4 cm)
Maximum Horizontal Reach 21' 0" (6.40 m) from CL of Crane
Maximum Vertical Lift 23' 0" (7.01 m) from Crane Base
Stowed Height 37.75" (95.5 cm)
Required Mounting Space 20" x 21" (50.8 cm x 53.3 cm)
Approximate Crane Weight 1,885 lbs (855 kg)
Standard Controls Radio control standard for all functions.
Rope Specs 3/8" (0.95 cm) 6X31 IWRC-DGXIP X 100' (30.48 m)
Boom Elevation -10º to +80º 
Line Pull Speed 60 ft/min (18.29 m/min)
Maximum Single Part Line 3,750 lbs (1,700 kg)
Maximum Double Part Line 7,500 lbs (3,400 kg)
Rotation 400º Power
Lifting Capacity 1** 7,500 lbs @ 5'10" (3,400 kg @ 1.78 m)
Lifting Capacity 2** 2,135 lbs @ 21' (965 kg @ 6.40 m)
Power Supply PTO & Pump: 8 gpm @ 3,000 psi (30.3 lpm @ 207 bar)
Min. Rec. Chassis (GVWR) 19,000

*Crane rating in Boost Mode. Normal crane rating is 38,000 ft-lbs (5.25 TM).
**Maximum capacities in Boost Mode.

NOTE: All Stellar cranes meet ANSI B30.5 and OSHA 1910.180 specifications.


A proprietary collection of revolutionary, industry first features that control, power, and monitor the new cranes.

The Stellar CDTplus control system is EXCLUSIVE TO STELLAR and features a NEW handheld transmitter with an over-molded rubber bumper system to maximize durability while keeping it lightweight. The new LCD display features operator feedback including real time load capacity, maximum distance with the current load, boom angle, and percentage of load. The boost feature allows a momentary increase in the capacity of the crane, and a Safe Mode to keep the crane and operator safe should a load indicating device fail to operate correctly.

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TMAX1™ Service Body

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TMAX1™ Raised TMAX1™ All Raised


Applicable Chassis:  16,000 – 19,500 GVWR (19.5 tire size)
Cab to Axle: 84” (213.36 cm)
Body Length: 133” (337.82 cm)
Body Height: 44” (111.76 cm)
Body Width: 94” (238.76 cm)
Compartment Depth: 22” (55.88 cm)
Floor Width: 50” (127 cm)
Net Weight: 3220 lbs (1460.37 kg)


TMAX2™ Service Body

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TMAX2-11™ TMAX2-14™


Applicable Chassis:  Above 19,500 GVWR (22.5 tire size)
Cab to Axle: 84" (213.36 cm)
Body Length Tmax2-11: 133" (337.82 cm)
Body Length Tmax2-14: 168" (426.72 cm)
Body Height: 52" (132.08 cm)
Body Width: 94" (238.76 cm)
Compartment Depth: 22” (55.88 cm)
Floor Width: 50" (127 cm)
Net Weight: 3600 lbs (1632.93 kg)
Lubrication / Crane Truck

Lubrication / Crane Truck


Customer: Kenworth Northwest (Seattle, WA)
Chassis: 2006 Kenworth T300
Quantity: One


- Powder Coated 10 GA Steel Construction
Cobra Maxlift 14000 Crane
Miller Bobcat 225 Welder
Steller SHD-30A Hydraulic Air Compressor
800 Gal. Diesel Fuel Tank
(4) Oil Tanks
- Ample storage with flush doors and compression latches



We cut our fabricate our doors our of 10 GA steel using sophisticated CNC machines. All of the hardware is on the inside of the compartment.
The result is a weather tight compartment that is completely flush with the exterior.




We utilize the "Vector" T-Handle Compression latches which are designed and produced in Europe. Not only do they really look good, the are extremely rugged and have very few moving parts. The also pull the door tightly into the seals when the handle is pulled down, as seen in the pictures below:

The picture on the left shows the door with the latch handle out. Simply pushing the handle
in to its stowed position compresses the door tightly against the bulb-seal.

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