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  • I am in Jamaica right now training Engineers and Brakemen for oneof our Alumina clients, and won't be back in my office until April 1st, but when I do, let me check for you then. Send me a heads up and remind me after I get back and I'll help you all I can with photos, measurements, etc.

    Hi cct70, I'm new on here and I came across your images of of a beautiful UP 250 ton Brownhoist big hook crane. I'm building a model of a bit later version diesel powered Industrial Brownhoist UP X-250. I was wondering if I could ask you some questions on dimensions of the boom (width at both ends and at its widest point) and cab width? I have lots of pictures of these cranes but very little accurate info except for a not so great side elevation drawing with no top view and an out of scale rear view....
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