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    Cool. But somehow the terms "sunflowers" and "20,000 lbs" seem a bit at odds

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    I've never operated rough terrain crane before but I've seen Cranes that are built and used properly are always safe. This has been demonstrated by many cranes that have been used safely and successfully around the world for many years. A crane equipped with a full color screen the i4300 crane LMI system will always fulfil your all needs safety.

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    go away spammer

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    Wow,16 years ago,might be a record.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob F. View Post
    go away spammer
    Yup, only a 16 year old thread to boot. And methinks maybe that the way the post is written the location
    is also bogus.

    I wonder how the OP finally solved his problem? Would be interesting to know. One way to move something
    like that if you're uncertain about capacity is to set the crane up, pick the load and swing it 180 degrees in the
    direction you want to go. Do that a few times and you can "leapfrog" it to where it needs to be.

    Another thing to do--should actually be the first thing--is to call the manufacturer. They will be able to tell you
    exactly what the "pick and carry" capacity of a given crane is...


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