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How not to build a crane. . A cheap and cheery MOC with flying Volvo's in it. Melby's beware. . The Marauder.... I'll start with my roadwheels, which are all sprung for off-roading. Not designed for toting around loads in any way. They're plenty sturdy, though. I've taken apart MOC's with this crane. The other side, which isn't quite symmetrical. Perfect for lifting things. The trestle based crane arm, capable of withstanding basically anything it wants to. It's a bit floppy side-to-side, but that doesn't cause problems until the whole assembly breaks off. The hook, armed with magnets for picking up my refrigerator. Still working on that. The whole thing... majestic. (Yeah right) Move along.... (Turn up your brightness... idk why these are so dark) Thanks for viewing!

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