The industry leading 508-66TC Loadall offers incredible reach of 66 feet and a maximum capacity of 8,500 lb, making this machine a highly efficient alternative to a roto or mobile crane.

Chain extension, combined with the durability of a single chassis JCB design and the 74 hp EcoMAX engine, provides unparalleled efficiency on the job site.

  • Large, spacious operator station
  • 74 hp JCB EcoMAX engine - no after treatment required
  • Simple, ergonomic joystick controls
  • 29 gpm hydraulic pump for fast cycle times
  • Five-section boom; 66-foot maximum lift height

Most Popular Configuration

508-66 Telehandler 11/12/19
  • 5-stage boom
  • Cab with heat and A/C
  • Single-lever joystick
  • 14x24 pneumatic industrial tires
  • 74 hp JCB EcoMax engine – no DPF, DEF or aftertreatment
  • Frame sway: 9 degrees R/L
  • Q-Fit manual coupler, single auxiliary
  • Fabric suspension seat with 2-inch seat belt
  • Front and rear work lights
  • Magnetic rotating beacon
  • Face-level fan
  • Integral side-shift carriage with 2x4x48” pallet forks
  • LiveLink telematics


Maximum Lift Capacity
8,500 lbs

3,855 kg

Maximum Lift Height
65 ft 7 in

20 m

Maximum Engine Power
74 hp

55 kW


JCB’s regenerative hydraulics make the most of gravitational forces, to make boom lowering more energy efficient and productive.

66-foot lift height allows this telescopic handler to reach the sixth floor of a building, offering comparable capability to a mobile crane.

For added versatility, all JCB telescopic handlers are equipped with a single boom auxiliary feature to power a wide range of attachments. 


Offering an incredible 66 feet of reach, the JCB 508-66 TC telehandler offers one of the highest telehandler lifting heights available in North America.

Forward reach of more than 66 feet, gives the 508-66TC telehandler an advantage over the competition; ideal for placing loads without having to reposition the machine.


Low boom profile and pivot point enable industry-leading visibility all around the machine from the operator's position.

A standard reverse alarm, and optional camera and pulse radar systems, ensure a safer work site for everyone.

Factory-fit immobilizers are activated by a unique key or optional push-button PIN system, to automatically arm the system after a certain period following engine shutdown.