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  1. I know this is an old thread, but thought I would...

    I know this is an old thread, but thought I would expand on this.

    What boom sections that are ran out has some to do with crane capacity, but it doesn't always work the way you think. On most...
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    Articles said they were moving it when it...

    Articles said they were moving it when it happened. The ground probably gave way or they didn't have the mats set right.
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    I haven’t heard anything about it. Usually the...

    I haven’t heard anything about it. Usually the people involved in these accidents try to keep them quiet if they can.
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    You say you don't want a lift that takes up too...

    You say you don't want a lift that takes up too much space, but you would like a pneumatic tire lift. You can't have both, because a pneumatic tire lift will be twice the physical size compared to a...
  5. Propane runs better and offers more hp with...

    Propane runs better and offers more hp with higher compression. That being said, a gas engine will run fine on propane. Years ago they built propane specific engines, in modern times they just use...
  6. What that does is change the fulcrum of the...

    What that does is change the fulcrum of the forklift. All a forklift is, is a simple lever. The normal fulcrum of the forklift is center of the drive tires, which can be a foot or more behind the...
  7. This is true. You can effectively have the weight...

    This is true. You can effectively have the weight center on each forklift right up against the mast, if you keep the forks tilted right and both lifts stay together.

    We do this almost weekly. To...
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    I’ve got a C500 and it has the flathead...

    I’ve got a C500 and it has the flathead Continental in it.
  9. Yes, you'll be fine lifting by the bar. We do it...

    Yes, you'll be fine lifting by the bar. We do it all the time.
  10. Thread: KOMATSU forklift

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    KOMATSU forklift

    Anybody know anything about KOMATSU forklifts? I picked up this little 10k machine yesterday for $250. All it needs is a battery and a couple of mast rollers. Tires aren’t the best but should last a...
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    I agree it would probably be much easier to just...

    I agree it would probably be much easier to just find a used setup, I wouldn’t be overly concerned with fabricating something. Fork positioners wouldn’t be considered a load carrying member, and only...
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    Sounds like you have the valve, but making the...

    Sounds like you have the valve, but making the forks and cylinder part of it is going to be more involved than you mention. Take a look at a forklift with fork positioners sometime and see what all...
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    I agree, the monotrol probably works fine in a...

    I agree, the monotrol probably works fine in a factory or warehouse setting, but I think most folks on here are looking for something that can also fill the role of precision lifting and are often...
  14. I've been rigging for over 25 years. I've put...

    I've been rigging for over 25 years. I've put things into places everybody else said wouldn't fit, but I don't think I'd take that job. It's not real easy to tilt a VMC, they have a very narrow base...
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    You've also got to keep in mind that most auction...

    You've also got to keep in mind that most auction companies won't let you move the machines you bought unless you have the insurance to cover it. It's to cover their butt if you hurt somebody on the...
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    Typical 19 axle setup. While not all that common,...

    Typical 19 axle setup. While not all that common, there are several of those type trailers around. They are far from the biggest in North America.
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    Inching pedals on any brand of forklift can be a...

    Inching pedals on any brand of forklift can be a real pain. It's ok to have a inching pedal, but the lift needs to also have brake pedal also. You can also get by just fine without a inching pedal at...
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    We have 1 Yale, a 5,000 lb capacity. My Dad got...

    We have 1 Yale, a 5,000 lb capacity. My Dad got this lift back in the late 1980s, he had the job of cleaning up a warehouse fire and this lift was in the fire. The lift was in part of the warehouse...
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    I ship a bunch of loads, I only use a freight...

    I ship a bunch of loads, I only use a freight broker as a last resort. I have 3 different shipping companies that I normally use. Sure, they usually cost more than going through a broker, but it is...
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    The main thing is to pay close attention to the...

    The main thing is to pay close attention to the center of gravity. To load them with the weight centered I've had to set them all the way to the edge of the trailer on one side.

    Also, on hauling...
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    As far as asbestos goes, most people consider it...

    As far as asbestos goes, most people consider it "out of sight, out of mind" and it really causes no hazard if it is in a location where it won't be disturbed. That is why most people, when doing...
  22. During my research, I've ran into these...

    During my research, I've ran into these intensifiers, but don't know anything about them or looked much into it. Maybe I need to do some more looking.

    The thing is, I'd be willing to guess that...
  23. Yes, that is basically what they use. Going back...

    Yes, that is basically what they use. Going back and looking at the quotes I got, it is roughly in the $80K range for a synchronous pumping unit, and around $30K for a standard non-synchronous pump...
  24. I’m in a similar situation, looking to build a...

    I’m in a similar situation, looking to build a 10,000 psi setup, powered by a engine. I’m in the process of trying to put together a 400 ton Hydraulic slide system. Similar to this- Hydra Slide -...
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    I’ve been in a few old wooden floor factories. No...

    I’ve been in a few old wooden floor factories. No way I’d even consider it without a engineer certification of max floor load, and a engineer probably wouldn’t touch it. I’ve seen a forklift fall...
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