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    My new knuckleboom

    I change it every couple days.. Once i got it stuck and had to get the bucket to reach the Mecanil and replace the battery!
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    My new knuckleboom

    I was always pretty sure the 220 was good over 4,000 pounds. I guess like was mentioned earlier the pullouts would be the bottle neck
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    My new knuckleboom

    Awesome, looks like its making u money
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    My new knuckleboom

    Whats the fassi rated at? Also the pm100's pullout has inside supports welded in? Hmm i got to see that. @CanaryBoss can u show us a picture of what your talking about?
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    My new knuckleboom

    I know what you're saying about some people pushing the limits on the manual pullout!
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    My new knuckleboom

    My 37 ton effer's pull out is good for 3100lbs
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    My new knuckleboom

    Sg220 I believe is good for 4000
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    My new knuckleboom

    Also I completely surround my Outriggers with cones. One on each side of the Outrigger, you can never have enough of them. I can't tell you how many times even with the cones I almost get people hitting my Outriggers. It's my worst fear when I'm operating on the street.
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    My new knuckleboom

    Awesome! It's hard to imagine the capacity of The 100 when I'm only 37 ton. How does that compare to like a 30 or 40 ton stick crane?
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    My new knuckleboom

    Oh by the way you want to take a bungee cord and strap your grapple lines to the manual pull out. I've snagged em and squirted oil all over. Lol
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    My new knuckleboom

    Looking good.. after a while you will be thinking how you ever did it without the mek.
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    My new knuckleboom

    Did you figure it out?
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    My new knuckleboom

    What if you make your cut with only half reach as in much closer to the truck will it be able to make a complete cut?
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    My new knuckleboom

    Okay if I'm understanding you correctly, mine will start to limp if I'm stretched too far out and I'm making my cut at full capacity. It'll go real slow. Is this what you're talking about?
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