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Topic Originally Created by Morrisandsons in November of 2011:

 

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Acestowing said:

Impressive lift, its nice to see some more pictures of Custom built products. However I personally wouldn't lift that kind of weight at that height, you need a lot more boom height, the load on your wire ropes and the d rings on the boom is much higher than 20 k on each side.
Bryce Weber - Aces Towing
 
Morrisandsons said:
I agree with you on the height, looking back I realized that (and the veer angle on the cable as well), this was done in a friends yard, so it was designed for testing only. I was trying to be cautious on how much I extended the boom, and I forgot to focus on the height so much..

 

Acestowing said:

Its better to do some test lifts like these with new trucks, it is an impressive lift forsure. Keep us posted on how the unit works!
Bryce Weber - Aces Towing
 
Oldwinch said:
does that drum got concrete in it? Tim
 
Morrisandsons said:
Yes full of dried concrete..
 
 

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