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ITEM

QTY

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

1

4

404226000

SCREW, HX. HD, 3/4-16NF X 3" LG. GRADE 8

2

4

022101000

WASHER, SP. LK. 3/4

3

4

404227000

NUT, HEX 3/4-16UNF

4

6

083800000

CLIP, CABLE #838 (FRAME)

5

1

404240015

OWNER'S MANUAL (4004EH)

6

4

022102000

WASHER FL 3/4

7

1

404211000

TRAVELING BLOCK

8

1

404218000

TWECO CABLE ASSY W/ MASTER SWITCH

9

1

404223000

CABLE PWR, 25 ft

10

1

320806000

CABLE ASSY #10 x 48 LG

4004EH MOUNTING AND INSTALLATION

1.

Check to make sure the following items are with your crane.

  • 2.

    Vehicle should meet minimum GVW rating of 10,500 pounds. (does not include bodies or accessories)

  • 3.

    Make sure mounting surface is properly reinforced to withstand 16,000 ft-lb capacity loading of crane and that outriggers are used to provide total stability for the truck.

  • 4.

    A 9” dia. hole should be cut out of mounting location (centered with mounting bolts) for access. Reference general dimensions for bolt pattern.

  • 5.

    Make sure the mounting blots are 3/4”-16UNF, grade 8. Torque bolts to 335 ft-lbs (dry).

  • 6.

    When crane is not in operation, a boom support should always be used. Traveling block should be connected to hook loop.

  • 7.

    See the following page for installation.

  • 8.

    See the following pages for additional electrical installation.

  • 9.

    Load test the crane to ensure proper functioning and truck stability

  • 10.

    Make certain the owner’s manual is delivered to the customer.

  • 11.

    For additional help: call the service department at the Auto Crane Company. (918) 836-0463 (Tulsa, Oklahoma)

WARNING

FEDERAL LAW (49 CFR PART 571) REQUIRES THAT THE FINAL STAGE MANUFACTURER OF A VEHICLE CERTIFY THAT HE VEHICLE COMPLIES WITH ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL REGULATIONS. ANY MODIFICATIONS PERFORMED ON THE VEHICLE PRIOR TO THE FINAL STAGE ARE ALSO CONSIDERED INTERMEDIATE STAGE MANUFACTURING AND MUST BE CERTIFIED AS TO COMPLIANCE. THE INSTALLER OF THIS CRANE AND BODY IS CONSIDERED ONE OF THE MANUFACTURERS OF THE VEHICLE. AS SUCH A MANUFACTURER, THE INSTALLER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR COMPLIANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL AND STATE REGULATIONS, AND IS REQUIRED TO CERTIFY THAT THE VEHICLE IS IN COMPLIANCE.

IT IS THE FURTHER RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLER OF THE CRANE TO COMPLY WITH THE OSHA TRUCK CRANE STABILITY REQUIREMENTS AS SPECIFIED BY 29 CFR PART 1910.180 (C) (1).

5-2.0

11/30/07

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