Local Crane Company Needed a Rescue Mission of Their Own
Last week, our heavy truck towing service got double duty working with a local crane company. Earlier in the week, we had worked alongside the crane company. We directed the operation and used a heavy wrecker alongside their crane to move a concrete mixer. Later that date, the same crane company had a fire on a 80-ton crane. Ain’t that the way the world works sometimes. Crazy!
The crane had been traveling from Selma, TX to their HQ in the San Antonio area and had caught fire. That’s when they gave us a call and we helped move them to move it. Turn out its 4 tires and rims needed to be replaced. These guys did a super job and were a pleasure to help. Now that’s teamwork.
Detail of Heavy Truck Towing Working with Local Crane Company
Mission Wrecker got a call for heavy truck towing in San Antonio. Our heavy truck towing team arrived at the scene. The heavy truck towing team assessed the situation. They found that the 80-ton crane had caught fire. They found that the crane needed to go back to the repair shop. The heavy truck towing team also noted that the four tires and four rims needed to be replaced. The heavy truck towing team helped disassemble the crane for transport. This means they needed to remove the heavy spool. They also needed to prepare the crane to be towed. The heavy truck towing team positioned the heavy wrecker next to the damaged crane. The heavy truck towing team securely attached hooks to the frame of the crane. The heavy truck towing team then repeated the process in over three locations to be sure that the crane could be raised securely and with maximum control. The heavy truck towing team then pulled the towing cables taught. Slowly, the heavy truck towing team moved the crane above the large flatbed. The heavy truck towing team secured the front of the crane. The heavy truck towing team then secured the back of the crane. Once secured they drove the crane to the HQ. At the crane companies HQ, the heavy truck towing team unloaded the crane. First, they detached the towing chains in the front. Next, they detached the towing straps in the back. They then lifted the crane up and carefully placed it down. Finally, the heavy truck towing team put away their towing supplies and drove away.
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