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wildpig1234
Posted: Saturday, April 27, 2024 11:55:24 PM
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I hope they will make the 4000ton XCMG XCA4000
wildpig1234
Posted: Monday, April 29, 2024 5:18:14 PM
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No comment from anyone about this crane model at all? lol....

I was going to say that i am still trying to find a way to detach the boom and the outtriggers from the body.... Otherwise it would be too heavy for road transport...
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Posted: Tuesday, April 30, 2024 12:23:09 AM

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I'm not a crane guy so I don't know a thing about it haha. I would think there has to be a way to detach it, I mean they had to assemble it somehow.

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wildpig1234
Posted: Tuesday, April 30, 2024 3:01:19 PM
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3406E wrote:
I'm not a crane guy so I don't know a thing about it haha. I would think there has to be a way to detach it, I mean they had to assemble it somehow.


Not easy because it appears to be riveted in place
Alberta Millwright
Posted: Wednesday, May 01, 2024 7:01:26 PM

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A lot of people moved on from this site to Facebook, that's why there is not many responses. I don't know if Chuck realizes that this forum is now under an IP address now and not the actual site name so everyone who searches for images or content that has been posted in this forum in the past from a search engine can no longer click the links to get here anymore. That move is pretty much what killed this forum off now.

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3406E
Posted: Thursday, May 02, 2024 1:00:01 AM

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wildpig1234 wrote:
3406E wrote:
I'm not a crane guy so I don't know a thing about it haha. I would think there has to be a way to detach it, I mean they had to assemble it somehow.


Not easy because it appears to be riveted in place


You could drill out the rivet and replace it with brass rod.


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