Star Industries Telehandler Wide Back Truss Boom

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Save the cost of an expensive crane with a Star Industries Quick Tach (QT) Truss Boom.

With a vertical reach of up to 15’ and load capacity from 2,000 lbs to 22,000 lbs, the Star QT Truss Boom is ideal for metal building erection, setting wooden trusses, putting up post frame buildings and many more crane type jobs.

  • Combine the lifting capability of a crane with the speed and maneuverability of an extendable reach forklift
  • Suitable for use on most surfaces including muddy and rough job sites
  • Built to last with fully welded, square tube construction for extra strength and durability.


Style Model A Effective Length B Effective Height C Back Width Capacity Empty Weight Overall Length
Low Profile
Truss Boom
1302 2 ft 26.5” 31” 10,000 lbs ± 335 lbs 2’ – 5”
1302-12K 2 ft 26.5” 31” 12,000 lbs ± 341 lbs 2’ – 5”
1303 2 ft 36” 40” up to 22,000 lbs ± 550 lbs 2’ – 5”
1310 10 ft 26.5” 31” 2,000 lbs ± 480 lbs 10’ – 5”
1320 12 ft 26.5” 31” 2,000 lbs ± 560 lbs 12’ – 0”
1330 15 ft 26.5” 31” 2,000 lbs ± 640 lbs 15’ – 5”
Wide Back
Truss Boom
1325 12 ft 36” 45” 2,000 lbs ± 90 lbs 12’ – 4”
1335 15 ft 36” 45” 2,000 lbs ± 795 lbs 15’ – 4”
  • The standard “Low Profile” Truss Boom is used with most forklift models except those that utilize an extra wide quick-tach design.
  • JCB Q-Fit, Gehl Dynacarrier, Bobcat Versa Handler and Ingersoll-Rand models VR518, VR623, VR638 quick-tach designs require the “Wide Back”.
  • Dimensions and empty weights will vary depending on which Quick-Tach is required. Above load ratings are for the truss boom only and do not reflect actual forklift load capabilities. Forklift make, model, quick-tach style and serial number may be required when ordering.


Quick Tach Truss Boom - Product Sheet

2' Truss Boom - Operators Manual

10"-15' Truss Boom - Operators Manual

Truss Boom - Manual

1302 - Dealer Drawing

1302 - Replacement Parts

1303 - Replacement Parts

1310 - Dealer Drawing

1310 - Replacement Parts

1320 - Dealer Drawing

1320 - Replacement Parts

1330 - Dealer Drawing

1330 - Replacement Parts

Technical Drawings


Are your attachments approved by the forklift manufacturers?
We have a number of letters of approval from forklift manufacturers for varied Star attachments. In cases where the forklift manufacturer is unwilling or unable to provide a letter of approval on some attachments we can often offer an approval letter from an independent engineer as allowed by OSHA in their interpretations.

How do I determine which fork to buy for my forklift?
First determine how the fork attaches to the carriage. There are two primary types used on most forklifts and telehandlers.
ITA style forks - these hang on a notched bar and are the style used on most small to medium warehouse type forklifts. These are also found most frequently on fork frame attachments for loaders. ITA forks are built to a standard to match the carriage class of the forklift. There are five classes – Class I, Class II, Class III, Class IV and Class V. You will see a drawing on the fork page on our website that will show you how to determine your fork’s class.
Shaft Mounted style forks - these forks are mounted on a round shaft. The dimension of the shaft and back vary with the forklift manufacturer and sometimes with the forklift model. Star has the specs for most telehandlers and many straight mast forklifts. All we need to know is the brand, model and sometimes the year of your forklift. For those we don’t have on file, there is form you can access here that will guide you through the dimensions needed for your forks.

How long has Star been in business and how did it start?
Star Industries was started in 1981 by Ben Huges who was the number one dealer nationwide for Skytrak telehanders. Ben envisioned that the telehander could do so much more than just lift palletized material, so he designed and developed a broad line of telehandler and forklift attachments to provide this added versatility. He was the originator of a great many of the forklift attachments sold today.

Where are Star attachments manufactured?
All our equipment attachments are proudly manufactured in the USA.

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