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eef7260
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 6:25:45 PM

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To Redjack Ryan , Yep i did posted a tutorial long time ago.
I lost the info how i did it but i can remember i even posted a small drawing of the modifications.

To gio_maffy ,it was a modification i did made myself because i thought i looked better.

gbarnewall , stop searching it can not extend the side frames Teeth Teeth

Wow i think i started some confusion here , sorry for that.
Like Ryan said i did posted a tutorial here once mayby someone can find it back with a search.
I will see what i can find back on my harddisk.

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Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 6:31:31 PM

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lol you had me thinking there, Teeth Teeth

but you're right,it looks way better with the undercarriage widened

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eef7260
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 6:39:04 PM

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I did find the drawing , but there is a small problem it's a mastercam file ( mc8 )
I don't have mastercam on my pc anymore ( i using inventor now )
Is there some one who can open a mastercam file here ??.
I can send it and if that someone will post a screenshot of the drawing here it will be a good help for the others here who would like to make this modification.

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gio_maffy
Posted: Friday, May 14, 2010 1:51:13 PM

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eef7260 wrote:
I did find the drawing , but there is a small problem it's a mastercam file ( mc8 )
I don't have mastercam on my pc anymore ( i using inventor now )
Is there some one who can open a mastercam file here ??.
I can send it and if that someone will post a screenshot of the drawing here it will be a good help for the others here who would like to make this modification.

Eef


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Posted: Saturday, May 15, 2010 1:43:37 AM

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Hi. I am posting these pictures for BruceD. He replaced the gantry arms with new brass arms and is able to move the gantry to a transport position. Thanks for the pictures Bruce. Ken



PileDriving
Posted: Tuesday, May 18, 2010 6:34:34 PM

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how tall is the boom?

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Posted: Tuesday, May 18, 2010 8:32:29 PM

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GREAT WORK ON MODIFIED BACK HITCH THAT IS WHAT I WOULD OF DONE OF I OWNED THAT MODEL, I ASK BEFORE DOES THE COUNTER WIEGHT COME OFF THAT WOLD COMPLETE IT, I KNOW ITS NOT THAT HEAVY AND IN REAL LIFE THEY MOST LIKLY WOULDNT REMOVE IT BUT IT WOULD BE NICE IF THE MODEL CAN BE ABLE TO
Redjack Ryan
Posted: Tuesday, May 18, 2010 8:50:06 PM

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The counterweight is removable. It is attached underneath by 2 screws.
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Posted: Wednesday, May 19, 2010 8:53:57 AM

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So I just got my hands on one of these gems at a sick price. Only problem is I need to get some more nuts and bolts for the boom. Does anyone know where I can find them? I also need someone to give me the size of the nuts and bolts. How tall is the boom? I have been looking for one of these for a very long time!

Justin
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Posted: Sunday, May 23, 2010 11:15:11 PM

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PileDriving wrote:
So I just got my hands on one of these gems at a sick price. Only problem is I need to get some more nuts and bolts for the boom. Does anyone know where I can find them? I also need someone to give me the size of the nuts and bolts. How tall is the boom? I have been looking for one of these for a very long time!

Justin


Can anyone help me?

Justin
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..Justin ..missed your post man ..

try here ...
Cant help you on the size ..sorry..


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Posted: Monday, May 24, 2010 9:26:19 AM
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This machine wass a read work horse in the P&H line. Together with the truck version, it was the flagship machine so to speak in the mid 60s. Until these disappeared from common use around the DC area, it was as large a machine that one could move with the counterweights in place. Just knock that gantry down and shorten the boom to head an heel. When introduced, the larger 790 truck machine could also be moved with the weights in place as well as 70 feet of boom in both of them.
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Posted: Tuesday, January 08, 2013 8:38:04 AM

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Wow did someone see this.
One for sale on ebay , look at the current bid.

NZG P&H 670 wlc

And i was lucky enough to buy a second one 2 weeks ago for very nice price.
It was complete and original and with the box.
I guess i was very lucky.





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Redjack Ryan
Posted: Wednesday, January 09, 2013 12:21:07 AM

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Amazing! Another one going for over $600!!! One sold Nov 16th for $621 and another on Nov 5 for $350! I've got 2 of this model, but one of them is still covered in a layer of smoke from the fire... I really should have an undercarriage modified for the wider track position!

-Alex
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Posted: Wednesday, January 13, 2021 11:11:09 AM

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Don't suppose anyone has a reeving diagram for this P&H 670 dragline please? Mine came without instructions and I'm not usually a crane guy so need to know exactly where the lines go!! Thanks for any help/advice
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Posted: Wednesday, January 13, 2021 11:20:38 AM

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Jamiescotland wrote:
Don't suppose anyone has a reeving diagram for this P&H 670 dragline please? Mine came without instructions and I'm not usually a crane guy so need to know exactly where the lines go!! Thanks for any help/advice


Not sure if this will be a great deal of help Jamie, But you might manage to glean something from it,

Regards
Joe.P&H 670-WLC specifications
Jamiescotland
Posted: Wednesday, January 13, 2021 11:52:09 AM

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Hi Joe, nice to see all that info, but really just after a reeving diagram for the model, including where to tie off. Thanks anyway!
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Posted: Wednesday, January 13, 2021 1:49:34 PM
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Really Braindead Stupid that a Reeving Diagram did not come with the model I am going to guess they just figured whoever gets this model will figure it all out without it and now look at what has happened NZG really thought wrong this time =>:-< =>:-< =>:-< =>:-< =>:-< =>:-< =>:-< =>:-< =>:-< =>:-< =>:-< =>:-<
Jamiescotland
Posted: Wednesday, January 13, 2021 2:20:06 PM

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Hang on Bostonian! It's a secondhand purchase from an Ebay seller, but was new in box. I guess they just got lost somewhere over the past fifteen years or however old the model is. I'm hoping someone will be able to at least tell me where the boom line goes and where it gets tied off.
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Posted: Wednesday, January 13, 2021 4:18:44 PM
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Jamie,

I've got you covered. Check your e-mail!
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