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Discussion in 'Haulage and Backloads' started by wasted years, Nov 17, 2017.
Still waiting for some pictures
Sorry, don't want to commit them to the 'net, too many nay sayers watching over me .
You asked opinion, just wondering how you achieved your challenge.
Put in a stone track to site, transferred generator from truck to tractor and trailer then backed trailer along track and lifted off with crane.
Nice to see pictures, as I know with lifting experience, 23 tons is not to be messed with,
Mobile I presume, ?
Come on, lighten up,
Yes , smallest crane they had on 6 wheels (3 axles), rear axle steering, operator said it was at its max, it was actually 24.5 ton.
I don’t understand your original posting of moving a 23 ton Generators on the cheap,
When in other threads you say you have spent over 60 k in connection charges, another 5k for a transformer, and the cost of the original Generator,
Surely there was only one way to undertake this in the first place, considering it’s in the region of a 100k project,
Just interested, not being facetious.