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VIDEO: Crane tumbles despite loader’s help with unwieldy load


Thanks to the wonders of internet video, we’ve seen a lot of terrible ideas involving heavy equipment on this here website. But this one just might be the worst offender of all. (Well, maybe except for this one.)

In the video below, an all-terrain crane is lifting a large billboard in place for mounting. And with this clip, the stupid begins right at the top.

At the spot the video begins, the machine’s back wheels are already completely off the ground. But it’s ok! These geniuses have strategically placed a loader beneath the back wheels of the crane to provide support via an extended bucket.

But in a shocking twist, the bucket is unable to keep the crane’s back end steady and eventually it tumbles forward, sending the crane and that billboard right on top of a nearby structure.

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Link-Belt intros 110RT rough-terrain crane with six-section boom


Link-Belt Cranes has upgraded its 100RT rough terrain crane to handle more capacity through improvements that required no physical changes to the machine.

With its new rating of 110 US tons (100 metric tons) the new machine does however carry a new model number: 110RT.

The company notes that because there were no physical changes to the machine, the previous generation 100RT cranes in the field can be upgraded to the new capacity rating with “minimal requirements.”

The 110RT’s capacity matches that of its sister product, the HTC-86110 telescopic truck crane. Both machines share the same boom.

That six-section pin and latch boom has a length of 164 feet and a maximum tip height of 261.7 ft., Link-Belt says. The crane offers four boom extend modes and the ability to telescope under load. The boom requires no grease thanks to Teflon wear pucks integrated into the wear pad surfaces.

Two-piece and three-piece lattice bi-fold on-board fly options are available with the three-piece featuring an integrated 10-ft. section. The fly manually offsets to 2, 15, 30 and 45 degrees.

Here’s what Link-Belt has to say about these fly options. “An available 10-foot heavy-lift fly—integral to one of the fly options—swings and pins into place and has over 24 tons of lifting capacity with one-load two-line lift procedures. Two 16 ft. extensions give the 110RT its maximum tip height of 261.7 ft. (79.8 m). Fly extensions on the 110RT are interchangeable with several existing Link-Belt RTC and HTC models.”

The 110RT cab can tilt up to 20 degrees for high-angle lifts. Inside the cab, dual and single axis controllers are available while AC, a sun shade screen and a five-way adjustable seat with headrest come standard. The crane also features three lockable storage boxes: two integrated into the deck and another located between the carrier and front outrigger box.

The 110RT features Link-Belt’s Pulse crane operating system which displays on-board diagnostics including rated capacity limiter, wireless wind speed, boom length and angle, radius of load and crane configuration among other data, on the machine’s in-cab screen.

Link-Belt offers a camera package on the 110RT that includes cameras for viewing to the right side of the upper, main and auxiliary winch, as well as one for backing up.

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Ford issues Super Duty, F-150 recalls over door handle, seat defects


2017 F-250 Super Duty

Ford recently issued two recalls impacting its F-Series pickups.

The first recall is for certain 2015-2017 F-Series trucks over concerns that a door handle cover may cause the door to unlatch in an accident.

The door handle accessory was available on certain 2015-2017 F-150 and 2017 F-250, F-350, F-450 and F-550 trucks. In the event of a side impact collision, these door handle covers may malfunction and cause the door to unlatch.

Ford reported that 14,410 trucks are affected. These include trucks originally produced with black or body colored exterior door handles equipped with a chrome exterior door handle cover.

Ford will notify owners, and dealers will remove the accessory covers and refund the purchase price. The recall began July 21. Owners may contact Ford at 1-866-436-7332. Ford’s number for the recall is 17C09.

Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to Refer to NHTSA campaign number 17V331000.

2014 Ford F-150 STX SuperCrew with Sport Package

The second recall pertains to certain 2014 F-150 trucks and 2014 E-Series vans affected by improperly tempered seat, seatback, seatbelt and/or seatbelt buckle attaching bolts.

In affected vehicles, if a seat, seatback or seatbelt anchor attaching bolt fractures, the structural integrity of the seat or the seatbelt system’s performance may be compromised in a sudden stop or crash, increasing the risk of injury.

Ford is not aware of any accidents or injuries associated with this issue. Dealers will replace affected bolts at no cost to the customer.

Affected 2014 F-150s were built at Dearborn Assembly Plant from May 9, 2014 to June 15, 2014 and at Kansas City Assembly Plant from May 10, 2014 to June 10, 2014.

Affected 2014 E-Series vans were built at Ohio Assembly Plant, May 15, 2014 to June 24, 2014.

The Ford reference number for this recall is 17S17.

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Hyundai CE adds Newman Tractor to NA dealer network


Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas has added Newman Tractor, based in Bartow, Florida, to its North American dealer network. This addition adds coverage for sales, rentals, service and parts to central Florida.

“The addition to our authorized dealer network of another established, successful dealership continues strengthening our ability to meet the needs of construction equipment customers across North America, and testifies to the value of the Hyundai Construction Equipment brand,” says Stan Park, Strategic Distribution, Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas.

Newman Tractor was founded in 1976 by Rick Newman and also has a location in Verona, Kentucky.

Hyunda CE Americas now has 72 dealerships in its network that operate in more than 150 locations.

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Nonresidential sends construction spending down 1.3% in June


Decreases in spending on apartment homes and nonresidential projects were the difference in June’s construction spending report, as total U.S. spending fell 1.3 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $1.205 trillion.

Despite the monthly drop, the annual rate remains 1.6 percent above the June 2016 rate.

Total residential spending fell 0.3 percent in June to a rate of $508.8 billion. Private homebuilders spent 0.3 percent more on the construction of new single-family homes, bringing that rate up to $261.3 billion, a 9-percent improvement over the year-ago figure.

However, homebuilders spent 3 percent less on multi-family homes at a rate of $60.7 billion. The rate remains 0.6 percent above the June 2016 figure.

Nonresidential spending fell 2 percent to a rate of $696.9 billion and has fallen 3.1 percent lower than the June 2016 rate.

The top percentage decreases in nonresidential were conservation and development, down 7.3 percent to $6.5 billion; public safety, down 6.5 percent to $7.6 billion; and highway and street, down 6.4 percent $82.7 billion. The top (and only) percentage gains for the month were communication, up 2.8 percent to $22.3 billion and office, up 1.9 percent to $72.9 billion.

Total construction spending from the private sector fell 0.1 percent to $940.7 billion but remains up 5.3 percent over June 2016. Government spending fell 5.4 percent during June to $265 billion and is down 9.5 percent over its year-ago figure.

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VIDEO: $646 million St. Croix Crossing project officially opens


The $646 million St. Croix Crossing project officially opened during a ribbon cutting ceremony yesterday featuring Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. It has been under construction since 2012.

The project, which spans the St. Croix River connecting Oak Park Heights, Minnesota, and St. Joseph, Wisconsin, is a 5,000-foot extradosed bridge that features four lanes of traffic in each direction.

“This new bridge reinforces the strong economic ties between Minnesota and Wisconsin, better connecting people with jobs, families, and better opportunities on both sides of the river,” says Dayton. “I thank the strong bipartisan leadership from both states that has made this project a success, supporting jobs for more than 3,000 people from Minnesota and Wisconsin over its four-year construction.”

“This outstanding bridge I call ‘Cooperation’ is the product of a lot of hard work and dedication by those who built it, and it is the product of hard work and bipartisan cooperation between officials in our two states,” says Walker. “The St. Croix Crossing greatly eases traffic congestion and provides an uninterrupted flow of commerce for the benefit of the people, and I thank Governor Dayton and his team, our team at the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, and those at every level of government who worked on this project for sharing our commitment to getting this decades-long project done.”

The bridge is a replacement for the Stillwater Lift Bridge that is about one mile upstream. The old bridge, Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) reports, was dedicated more than 80 years ago. It caused congestion issues periodically, as it had to lift to allow for boat traffic on the river.

MnDOT also says the St. Croix Crossing is designed to accommodate more than twice the 18,000 vehicles that currently cross the river. It is approximately one mile long, is 100 feet wide and ranges from 110 feet to 150 feet above the water, which allows boat traffic underneath.

The structure contains more than 42 million pounds of concrete and has 1.1 million square feet of surface area. It features a hydrid design that combines a cable stayed build with a segmented concrete box, MnDOT reports. This design was used to allow for the pier heights that extend 65 feet above the bridge surface to not be higher than the river bluffs and to “fit into the river gorge as naturally as possible.”

“This project provides a sorely needed new connection between Minnesota and Wisconsin,” says MnDOT Commissioner Charlie Zelle. ““This project is a testament to what strong cooperation between states can do. The bridge is a work of art and it is also a technological marvel. Citizens in this region will be well-served for decades to come.”

Source:: Equipment world

Marootian named District DOT interim director



Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has named Jeff Marootian as interim director of the District Department of Transportation (DDOT), following the resignation of Leif Dormsjo from the director position last week.

Marootian will take the position on Aug. 11 when Dormsjo officially leaves to take a position in the private sector. Marootian currently serves as deputy director.

From 2015 to earlier this year, Marootian served as U.S. Department of Transportation Assistant Secretary for Administration under then Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx. He also previously worked at DDOT from 2008 to 2011 as the customer service officer and was a Capital City Fellow at the agency in 2004.

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