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Wrecking Ball

Discussion in 'Demolition' started by farmerlund, Jul 29, 2017.

  1. TDF

    TDF Member

    Jul 9, 2019
    Seward, Nebraska
    Good to know. Thanks. If I do use one for demo, I'll be dropping it with an old P&H crane so might work pretty well.

  2. matnicoe

    matnicoe Member

    Sep 29, 2019
    Although many building owners prefer controlled demolition nowadays, there are still those who opt for wrecking balls. I agree that we should really consider the size and weight and the demolition site as well first.
  3. Md00738

    Md00738 Member

    Oct 15, 2016
    I use an old Forklift rear weight, kind of trapizod shaped. 5,000 lbs solid cast. I pick it up with thumb and drop it or toss it.