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    clarification on homemade tractor crane:

    sorry for the unusual question, from a tractor mechanic, I saw a handcrafted crane installed on a tractor. I was wondering what maximum range could such a device have, how should it be dimensioned? it was positioned in the rear of the backhoe type tractor.




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  • #2
    All kinds of issues with building them. Weight lifted, length of boom, on level ground, weight of tractors
    Bob Wright

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    • #3



      starting from this old tractor, how could the lifting device be sized proportionally?

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      • #4
        And don't forget "Counterweight" you'll need a bunch up front when you have a boom sticking out the rear very far..

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        • #5
          Lots to think about there inch plate for 3 point hitch turnbuckle or hydo cylinder why not backhoe attachment pro tractor puller safety cage at least couple boxes rods seems doable solid or near solid pipe how to get over 180 degree movement. The weight heavy duty fun

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          • #6
            how would you do it?

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