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Or the one that dropped the conveyor across the triple main in the Powder River basin in 2008. A couple years ago, it worked for a few months in Hillsboro, OR at the new Intel fab. It is big but not as big as their red and white Transi-Lift with its 3000 ton capacity.That Crane reminds me of “Big Blue” the Crane that collapsed in 1990 ish at miller park. Not to bring up a terrible accident or anything...
Just lower it real slow That's Greg in the pict he was a weight lifter wanna be body builder he snuck in the weight room at ND Univ for 6 months before they figured out he didn't go to the school LOL He could bench 300 I all ways made him mad thou I never went to a gym he tried to get me to go I'm like what for I all ready could do 350 easyMike, are you referring to the car, truck, or the rail ?? ! Either way, be careful lowering it down. You could get a hernia...
JEEEEZ!!!! Look at the amount of counterweight on the back of the crane!
Bob - I really like that crane. Looking at the photo - I don't see an operator's cab. Would it be R/C controlled? Do you know who manufactured it?
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