With certain boom and hoist tackle combinations, maximum capacities may not be obtainable with standard cable
With certain boom and load combinations, raising of load with boom lift cylinders may not be possible. Operational
safety is not affected by this condition.
Keep load handling devices a minimum of 12 inches (30 cm) below boom head when lowering or extending
If actual boom length and/or radius is between values listed, use lifting capacity for the next longer rated length
All load handling devices and boom attachments are considered part of the load and suitable allowances must be
made for their combined weights.
Operation of this equipment in excess of rating charts or disregard of the instructions is hazardous and voids the
warranty and manfacturer's liability.
NOTES TO JIB CAPACITIES.
24 ft. jib and 32 ft. boom extension combination may be used for single line lifting crane service only. Capacities
are based on structural strength of 24 ft. jib and 32 ft. boom extension combination at given main boom angle
regardless of main boom length.
Capacities do not exceed 85% of tipping loads as determined by test in accordance with SAE J-765.
Lifting over front of machine with 24 ft. jib is strictly prohibited.
Operation of machine with heavier loads than the capacities listed is strictly prohibited. Machine tipping with jib
occurs rapidly and without advance warning.
Maximum total length of boom including 32 ft. boom extension for purpose of erecting 24 ft. jib below
over rear or side, is 92 ft.
24 ft. JIB WARNING
For total boom length including 32 ft. boom extension greater than 92 ft. with 24 ft. jib in working position the boom
angle must not be less than since loss of stability will occur causing a tipping condition.