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  1. #26
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    Re: Ranger 250 lift lug use

    Or...... find some weight you can cut out of the heavy end best of both worlds!!!!

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    Re: Ranger 250 lift lug use

    Quote Originally Posted by ronsii View Post
    Or...... find some weight you can cut out of the heavy end best of both worlds!!!!
    That was supposed to be miller engineersí job.
    Jason
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    Re: Ranger 250 lift lug use

    Quote Originally Posted by snoeproe View Post
    That was supposed to be miller engineers’ job.
    You would think so.... but maybe they forgot something in there??? I've worked on lots of different machines and every once in a while I find tools, jigs, all sorts of stuff hidden in them... you never know just remember what they have putting the things together.

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    Re: Ranger 250 lift lug use

    You would think any company that manufactures equipment intended to be lifted would have people employed that can calculate CG , and place lifting lugs appropriately.You still have some options,1. Modify the lifting lug to lift at the machines center of gravity, to allow level lifting 2. sell the machine and buy one that picks up level. 3. pick the machine up higher to allow it to be loaded on whatever you want to load it on,(if space allows) 4. accept some of the advice/solutions given. Good luck!

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    Ranger 250 lift lug use

    Iíve been dealing with it for a couple years now lifting the machine on and off my truck. Iím just ranting my frustrations mostly. It is what it is.
    It isnít that important to me to make me build a new frame for the machine or chop up the existing lug or add weight to the lighter end of the machine. That wonít be happening. Itís going on itís own permanent trailer this weekend.
    Jason
    Lincoln Idealarc 250 stick/tig
    Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 52
    Miller Bobcat 250
    Torchmate CNC table
    Thermal Arc Hefty 2
    Ironworkers Local 720

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    Re: Ranger 250 lift lug use

    Have A 2005 Lincoln Ranger 250 with an onan, use engine hoist to mount/ dismount from my pick up truck. Seems as the engine end is heavier than the generator end when I lift it.

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    Re: Ranger 250 lift lug use

    I used to have a ranger 250 with a onan and it would lift fairly level. I now have one with a kohler and it dose not lift level at all.

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    Re: Ranger 250 lift lug use

    What's your solution when lifting it Sgnob? Ratchet strap?

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    Re: Ranger 250 lift lug use

    I just live with it.

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