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Don’t Refrain From This Crane!

Are you in need of a heavy duty crane to get a job done? Well then you’ve come to the right place! This auction features a 2004 JABCO crane in model 705TM/S3. Serial Number: 16574. Weight of this crane is 1,600 pounds. This crane is a hydraulic single-boom, telescopic marine crane with a base high torque and has 380 degree rack and pinion power rotation. There are also three hydraulic extensions to 21 inches, stainless steel fittings, overload protection devise, load holding valves on all cylinders, pull master p2 winch, all cylinders are double acting hard chrome marine finish on piston rods, JIC US fittings and hoses and more! Crane was functional when removed from vessel; a manual and parts catalogue will be provided to the buyer. Physical Inspection is strongly recommended! No other accessories are included. If you would like to inspect this crane in person before deciding whether or not to place a bid, then you must contact the auctioneer ahead of time to schedule an appointment. This auction is located in San Kodiak, Alaska and the closing time is on December 22 at 11:01 am central time. Right now the current bid is at a $1,510 USD with 4 bidders so far, so be sure to be the very next bidder to win this great deal! For any further information, simply click here to subscribe to www.governmentauctions.org for your FREE 3 day trial.

American Crane Crawler: Get Up There!

Crane CrawlerSometimes if you run a job site you need some extra heavy duty tools to break the walls down. If you need that extra dose of big power then you should check out this current online auction for an American Crane Crawler. This crawler is an OD green color and has some pretty large treads that help it get around. It’s so heavy that you need these low to the ground all terrain treads instead of tires that will eventually pop! This crane is located in the state of Arizona and can be maneuvered off the auction site when you win. If you are familiar with this type of device then you would easily be able to use it with no problem and probably fix it up as well. The current bid is only $1,510 with the auction ending soon. Find out more by clicking here.