I’m 54 and I’m a mobile crane operator/truck driver… and damn proud of it!I'm 38
I teach Physical/Earth sciences.
I also work part time at a local auto parts store for entertainment
How about the rest of you??
72 454 El Camino
68 RS/SS Camaro
73 RS/LT/Z28 Camaro
99 Firebird TA WS-6 A4
I haven't been on this thread for a long time. I'm 63, retired now, a year ago February. I was a maintenaince tech in the dairy industry helping to keep all you pizza and Taco Bell junkies happy. Our company is the largest cheese packaging company in the world at 5 billion dollars in annual sales and growing. I worked there for 39 years.I havent been here in maybe a decade or more. So here goes. I'm 45 now, Law enforcement. 2 kids 17 & 12. Working on my 2nd 65 chevelle. Sold the 1st. Found out I wanted another and regretted selling the 1st. Once done. I'll start looking for a 70 for the wife, and only then I can have her grand national.
Doing air units is the Liebherr LTM 1220 (265 ton) with 197' main boom, 72' folding jib, 2 x 23' boom inserts and a 23' extension with 163,000 lbs. of counterweight. 338' total boom/jib length. That's in her fully dressed configuration and yes, hydraulic offset. An excellent crane.wow that is a massive hydro. Let me try gues. What we looking at 300 ton hydro with 280’ boom and a static section about 120’ ? Is there a jib that articulates to swing that chiller over the roof ?
my kinda project!
She's a beauty!1st Post here.... Just signed up after lurking for years! My name is Craig. I'm 58 and retired from the Federal Gov't. I had a '71 Chevelle in HS and finally purchased another Chevelle. 1970 with a 454, 700R4 and a 12 bolt with 3.73 gears. Numbers matching nothing! LOL Been driving it for about 18 months and decided to make some changes. Ordered a LS7 427/570HP and trans package last week and looking forward to the project!!! View attachment 748471