Additional Info: 1991 Ford F350 w/ Service Body, Gas Engine, AT, Mileage Read 77000. Nice older service truck, Runs and Drives Good.
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The Conventional Type Lattice Boom Truck Crane was first developed in the middle part of the twentieth century. The concept of mounting a Lattice Boom crane superstructure on a truck-mounted chassis stemmed from the need for a crane to be mobile so it could move to and from job sites without having to be fully disassembled.
The Mobile Crane has come out in the following 1:90 scale versions: The Mobile Crane was originally released in 1984. It is based on a prototype vehicle by Faun, and the casting has roots in another Faun vehicle, the Faun Quarry Dump Truck, which provided the chassis and base of this model, with minor changes. Another Matchbox vehicle, the 1976 Crane Truck, donated the crane cab, boom, and hook.
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Construction cranes are divided into mobile cranes and tower cranes. Mobile cranes are mounted on trucks or crawlers in order to travel from place to place. An articulating crane is a mobile crane in which there is a joint between two sections of the boom, allowing it to move in a way similar to a knuckle in a human finger.
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17. Over which quadrant are truck crane capacities usually greater? a. Over the front. b. Over the rear. c. Over the front right outrigger. d. Over the side. 18. According to OSHA, which accessible area of an operating crane must always be barricaded? a. The swing radius of the crane b. The carbody or chassis c.
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