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32' 32,000 lb. Heavy Duty!

Discussion in 'Forklifts/Telehandlers' started by Speedpup, Feb 13, 2009.

  1. Speedpup

    Speedpup Senior Member

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    WOW, thats some insane engineering! Very cool though.
     
  3. Speedpup

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    I bet price is insane too :eek: Price per pound at 65,000 lb. :eek:
     
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    Those things are garbage. I rented a smaller 8,000lb machine, and had nothing but trouble with it. It had 20 hours on it when I got it. They finally hauled it off, and brought me a Gradall after the 3rd repair.
     
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    What went wrong with it?
     
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    2 Hydraulic pumps, then the front differential grenaded. That's when I had them pull it.
     
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    At least you could beat the crap out of the old Pettibone's.