Built to Meet the Most Rigorous Demands of Any Industry
Douglass Truck Bodies manufactures a crane body for all applications. From service trucks with light cranes, to extreme-duty mechanic’s beds, our crane bodies are built-to-last. Our Maximizer crane bodies are used everywhere from construction, to agriculture, to municipal/civil work, to utility companies. Choose from one of our standard Maximizer packages below, or browse our custom builds gallery for ideas on how to design your next crane truck from scratch. To ﬁnish off your work truck, we offer equipment from the top names in cranes, air, onboard power, specialty lighting, and lubrication packages so that when your truck leaves our shop, it’s ready to go to work.
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Upgrade any of your compartments with roll-out Mechanic's Drawers, built onto ball-bearing roller slides. Our drawers can be built to your height speciﬁcations.
Our most popular bumper conﬁguration on mechanic’s trucks, our Rear Work Platform features two underbody boxes and a ¼” plate top for your toughest jobs. Platform are available in Flat and V-Notch conﬁgurations, and can be upgraded with pass-through storage below.
For your small-parts storage needs, our Fastener Trays by Equipto can be added to any compartment, and are notched for dividers along their length to aid in organization.
Innovative Gear & Equipment
We offer a wide range of gear and equipment meant to enhance your truck body’s usefullness.
Innovative Gear and Equipment
OVER 60 YEARS OF CUSTOM CRANE BODIES
Work Truck News
Featured at the 2013 World Ag Expo, this custom Douglass Crane Body includes and a Vanair Air & Arc 250 all-in-one welder/compressor/generator unit and a 3203PRX with the NexStar fully-proportional wireless control system. One is currently available in Bakersfield, mounted…READ MORE
When it comes to operating cranes, safety is everybody’s first priority. With that in mind, Autocrane has developed the new NexStar series of proportional crane remotes, designed to give operators more precise control of their crane as well as warn…READ MORE