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Dismantling a Truckcrane

Discussion in 'Equipment For Sale/Wanted' started by Tugger2, Feb 2, 2019.

  1. Tugger2

    Tugger2 Senior Member

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    I have Some parts for sale off the carrier
    10 ft. wide clark planetary axles 10.45 - 1 ratio 12:00 - 20 rubber
    Shuler tandem steer front end
    4 hyd. outriggers , complete assemblies that extend to 18 ft wide
    1 V 671 Detroit good runner
    4 speed auxiliary box spicer i think P2010527.JPG P2010524.JPG P2010519.JPG P2010519.JPG P2010524.JPG P2010527.JPG
    A set of Main outriggers and rear outriggers off a 15 ton National that we pedestal mounted
     
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  2. Hank R

    Hank R Senior Member

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    Tugger you have been busy in the yard since I seen you.
     
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  3. crane operator

    crane operator Senior Member

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    Any idea on the capacity of the rears? I really needed them last summer for my 70 ton, its rears weren't easy to find (60,000lb, isuzu- supposedly not for export). I'd have to come up with rims for my 14.00 rubber and I think I'd need that spicer too. I'm 6.41 now off my 13 speed, going to a 10:45 would be kind of slow.

    Is it a underdrive spicer? Aren't most of them two underdrives, a direct and a overdrive? Let's see- a 13 and a 4 with a unresponsive air throttle, I probably would need you to come drive it for me.:)

    And like I need another project.
     
  4. Junkyard

    Junkyard Senior Member

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    You need that stuff Crane Op. Even if it’s just in case! If the price was right I’d buy the rears. Never know when I might need to build a prime mover!
     
  5. crane operator

    crane operator Senior Member

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    10' wide stuff is really hard to find. I just don't know if these would be heavy enough. The boxes don't look that big on the housings- but its hard to tell from pictures.

    If you're going to make a prime mover, and start from just the axles, you better get started now, you're not getting any younger.
     
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  6. kshansen

    kshansen Senior Member

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    I really think TruckShop should get those rears and put them under the Mack he's building! That would be one bad a$$ truck!
     
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