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Wrecking Ball vs High Reach **video**

Discussion in 'Demolition' started by EarthRockHill, Jan 27, 2010.

  1. heavylift

    heavylift Senior Member

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    http://www.ginnowequipment.com/
    that's one I found googling, I'm sure there are others
     
  2. Zssi

    Zssi New Member

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    Thats the only one i´ve found googling.
    Could anyone give another supplier?

    What material are they made with?

    Regards
     
  3. Dozerboy

    Dozerboy Senior Member

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    From what I have been told you never know on the old ones. They are like finger prints no 2 are a like. We had to do some work on one of ours and while cutting a hole into it. The metal was very odd like nothing anyone at the shop had see.
     
  4. RANDY ROME

    RANDY ROME Active Member

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    nice :notworthy
     
  5. TozziWelding

    TozziWelding Well-Known Member

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    I remember when they were doing that job, the company I was working for was out of Methuen and I would drive by on my way out of the yard.
     
  6. rk668ak

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    That would make your neck sore after looking up all day but great video.
     
  7. DEMOLITION.US

    DEMOLITION.US New Member

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    One of my favorite videos from Stephen. Gret work!
     
  8. Diecastmania

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    I saw TESTA's linkbelt crane at the Boston Herald job right before they went under. Nice old crane.
     
  9. Desertwheeler

    Desertwheeler Senior Member

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    I'd love to get behind the controls of that high reach! We had several excavators with shears where I used to work and lived running them.