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GARLAND CRANES
Posted by: tooserious (---.hsd1.wa.comcast.net)
Date: February 27, 2009 03:39AM

Hello is there any where a man can get Information on Garland Cranes. IE manufacture parts etc???? I know they are a company that is no more?? I have a 65 foot Garland with Saginaw Screw??(that is what I heard it called) I do not know the load limits or anything about it really, exept it still does a good job for me Thank you!!!!

Re: GARLAND CRANES
Posted by: Ajarts (---.proxy.aol.com)
Date: February 28, 2009 07:39AM

I''m not sure what application your crane is suited for, but I just had to rebuild my own crane on my crane truck for my Monument business.

I started with the "MAKE" and then the "MODEL" and Googled it. from their you can almost single out the manufacturer of the crane. Just keep taking little bits of info from soarce and apply it to the next, you'll get there.

I had good luck and actually found the soarce of the internal components of the wire spool breaking mechanism. I saved big money researcing this project. A new crane was going to cost me up to $ 6K and I got out of it for less then $ 500

AJ



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