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    Hey, For all you HMMH folks out there, how high above ground can you get the hook of the crane?

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    I have four tires and rims looking to get rid of! $100 each ...
    anybody interested? Great tread... I just upgraded to big mud tires since Iím not taking it on the road ,using it on my 16 acres ... pick up only preferred I will travel 50 miles to meet you ... zip 30040
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinsandpitons View Post
    Hey, For all you HMMH folks out there, how high above ground can you get the hook of the crane?
    If memory serves me, max height/reach is 22 feet. Of course, at max extension the stated capacity is only 2,000 lbs.
    And I need to go look at the decal and see if that's max height, or the height of the hook. Stay tuned.

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    Cool thanks. You should post a picture of that data plate.

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    I remembered correctly, sort of. The 22' is without extending the boom.DSCN2771[1].jpg
    And it looks like they're measuring from where the hook attaches, not at the hook itself.

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    Im interested any discount for all 4. Im in dallas ga 30157

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    Jeez, that's already a screaming deal, impulse787.

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    Used my war digger yesterday to unload a generator out of the back of my 2500. Had to lift it with the backhoe then use the forks. If anyone needs a MEP-003A, this one will be for sale soon.
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    For Sale: [1986 M996]

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    Quote Originally Posted by hrbergeron View Post
    Used my war digger yesterday to unload a generator out of the back of my 2500. Had to lift it with the backhoe then use the forks. If anyone needs a MEP-003A, this one will be for sale soon.
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    It looks like the balance would be WAY off, with the heavy load cantilevered out front like that.


    But guessing that wasn't a problem, is that right?
    M35A2 w/Winch SOLD

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    These Unimogs weight 8 tons. If it had that much of a balance issue that would be disappointing.
    1989 M998 6.2L "JEP-ETR"
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    1994 M1078 LMTV "LMTV"
    1990 FLU419 UNIMOG SEE
    1989 MEP-005A
    1985 M1009 "FIREBALL"
    For Sale: [1986 M996]

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