> They are designed to move while extended
> These things are used in convention centers all over the world to
> hang signs, change lights etc...
Yes, but that is in a controlled environment with very flat and level
surfaces that offer plenty of support.
Still you normally work with the boom only partially extended overhead
and then move and extend the boom as needed. The one I used which was
not nearly a 100' had a placard right on the control box that said not
to move with the boom fully extended.
> At 09:49 AM 10/13/2009, N4NW wrote:
>> Yes, but note that the idiot was trying to move the thing with the
>> boom extended!
>> At 10:49 PM 10/12/2009, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>>> Ironically, a death occurred today in a 125 foot manlift.
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