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  • #16
    I built this to be used as a wrecking pole/lifting boom. I built it from a conversation with a friend, before ever seeing one up close or using one. I would make a few changes if I had to make another. But this one has definately proved itself. We moved 50+ concrete blocks, 2x2x6 and 4x4x2, strapped just in front of the angle braces on my Bobcat S300. I believe those weighed approx 3000 to 3200 lbs., each.

    Outer tubing is 5"x7"x3/8" and inner tubing is 4"x6"x3/8", arrow head is 5/8".

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    • #17
      That is a real strong boom for wrecking and lifting. Looks good.

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      • #18
        Adding pics of the boom attachment lifting a 507lb bobcat bucket.
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