One of the truly great injustices done to crane owners and insurance companies by the manufacturers, that is costing millions of dollars annually in unnecessary crane component replacement, is spreading the misconception that unless a repair or repair process to a crane is approved by an OEM it is to be considered a “modification”.Read More
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Removing camber and sweep from a damaged hydraulic boom is a lot less expensive than buying a new one. And when repairs can be done more cost effectively, the insurance company pays out less money, there’s a smaller figure on the crane owner’s loss run, and crane insurance rates don’t climb as high.Read More
The crawler crane has long been considered the most common and practical type of crane to restore. They have a very long useful service life and depending on the make and model, parts and components are still readily available. Here is a short punch list of things to think about when considering a project to…Read More
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