Xtreme telehandler arm

Xtreme Telehandlers

Xtreme Manufacturing offers one of the largest and most powerful telehandler lineups in North America. By incorporating user feedback into every element of their design, every Xtreme telehandler is built to optimize performance and comfort. Each model is built to last and backed by an industry-leading warranty. This offers a 10-year coverage for the frame/chassis, 5 years for weldments/rollers, and 2 years for the engine/electrical systems. This ensures that all Xtreme telehandlers deliver the performance you need, every time you need them.

When you choose Xtreme equipment, you’re choosing a machine that delivers long working life with lower ownership costs. You’re also getting leading safety features, easy maintenance, and some of the highest lift capacities in the industry. Each of these features increase productivity, reduce downtime, and keep your operation running smoothly. Contact our team at Leavitt Machinery today for more information on our Xtreme telehandlers!

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Experience the Xtreme Difference

Setting New Standards
Xtreme Manufacturing has set a new standard for versatile, long-lasting, and high-performance equipment. Their high lift capacities and lift heights stand above the industry average, making them the choice for many demanding operations. Xtreme stands behind every telehandler they produce. That’s why all products are built in North America and backed by a leading 10-5-2 warranty. This covers the frame/chassis for 10 years, weldments and rollers for 5 years, and the engine/electrical systems for 2 years.

Experience & Innovation
Unhappy with the options available on the market, Don Ahern set out to create his own line of telehandlers in 2003. With a focus on safety, reliability, and performance, he created a line of telehandlers that utilized boom rollers instead of wear pads. This allows for precise boom operation, improved operator confidence, and reduced maintenance requirements. It is this innovation and experience that has made Xtreme equipment a leading force today.

Simple, Reliable, and Effective
Xtreme likes to keep things simple and easy to understand. That’s why their entire line of telehandlers has been designed for easy operation and simple service. This ensures that every operator feels comfortable and confident, boosting production while keeping the operation safe. When you’re looking for a machine that will get the job done right without paying for all the bells and whistles, Xtreme Manufacturing is here to help.

The Versatility of Xtreme Telehandlers

Xtreme Manufacturing has a sole focus on providing some of the most reliable telehandlers in the industry. With compact, high pivot, high capacity, and “Xtreme capacity” options, they provide solutions for many operations and applications. Whether you’re working in construction, agriculture, or forestry, Xtreme has you covered. Every model can also be customized with a variety of attachments including buckets, forks, tire manipulators, and more. This ensures that your Xtreme telehandler is perfectly suited to your needs. Xtreme telehandlers are available in options that offer up to 70,000 lbs of lifting capacity, 70 ft of lift height, and 53 ft of forward reach.

Frequently Asked Questions

To determine the optimal Xtreme telehandler for your operation, there are several aspects to consider:

  • What environment will you be primarily using the machine in? Are you expecting to deal with harsh weather conditions on a regular basis?
  • What surfaces will you be operating on? Hard level surfaces are ideal for most units, while soft, uneven surfaces require rough-terrain capabilities.
  • How heavy are the materials you will be handling?
  • Do you require any specialized attachments for handling unique materials?
  • What does your project timeline look like? Some models may have a long wait time than others.
  • What is your equipment purchase budget and operating budget?

By answering these questions, our team can determine the optimal unit for your specific site challenges and requirements. Not sure of the answers to these questions? Contact our team today to schedule an in-depth on-site assessment!

The cost of Xtreme equipment varies based on several factors. First and foremost, units with higher capacities typically cost more than units with lower capacities. Second, models featuring multiple steering configurations or rough-terrain capabilities will cost more than units without these features. Finally, models with optimal features such as A/C or sensors will cost more than units without these features. For detailed pricing information on our selection of Xtreme equipment, contact our team!

To maximize the usable life, performance, and safety of your equipment, it’s important to use quality parts and have your equipment serviced regularly. That’s why Leavitt Machinery is proud to provide complete parts and service solutions for all Xtreme telehandlers. Whether you’re looking for a replacement steer axle, brake parts, or a general PM kit, we can help. We offer fast next-day shipping for thousands of high-quality parts. This ensures that you’re getting a quality solution as soon as possible.

In addition to our extensive selection of parts, we’re proud to provide in-shop and mobile on-site service solutions. All routine maintenance and repairs are performed by highly-experienced factory-trained technicians. This ensures that your Xtreme telehandler is kept up to manufacturer standards. Contact your nearest Leavitt Machinery location today to learn more about our in-shop and on-site service solutions!

Yes. All telescopic handlers require operators to have completed a certified training course to obtain their license. If you’re looking for telehandler training, contact our training experts! We offer online, in-class, and private on-site options that fit any schedule or learning style.


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We Offer New Xtreme Equipment in the Following Locations:
British Columbia | Alberta | Saskatchewan | Northwest Territories | Yukon