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1977 Link-Belt HC-138 Lattice-Boom Truck Crane (#446832)

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Winning Bid: US $21,000  
# of Bids: 1   View Bid History
Sold on: 6/27/13
Auction Type: Featured Event
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Features: 65 Ton Capacity, 130' Tube Boom, Heater, Anti-Two-Block, Detroit 6V71N Diesel Carrier Engine, Fuller RT0915 Transmission w/Fuller 2A92 Auxilary Transmission, Hydraulic Outriggers w/ Aluminum Pads, Detroit 671 Diesel Upper Engine, Torque Converter, Main and Secondary Hoist, Power Down On Main Hoist, Hydraulic Controls, Boom Lever Kick Out Device Overhaul Ball, Counterweights
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Serial Number:
Location: Tennessee, United States
Zip/Postal Code:37311
(Bradley County)
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Inspection Ratings Key
Limited use or recently replaced. Free of visible wear or defects.
Performs within the tolerances expected for age and type of item.
Although performing, shows indication of needing repair or replacement.
Needs immediate repair/replacement. Requires work if it is to perform
as expected.
 
General Appearance
Safety Certification Label There was no safety certification label located on the machine.
Safety Certification Report Safety Certification Report Not Available - IronPlanet in no way guarantees the validity or accuracy of any safety related documents or labels associated with this item. We strongly recommend a safety inspection is performed before using this item.
Load Chart Yes
CE Mark (on or near data plate) No
Paint Blemishes where decals have been removed; Scratches; Chips; Faded; See photos for condition
Sheet Metal (fiberglass) Condition Minor dents; Scrapes; Surface rust in areas; See photos for condition
Steps/Ladders See photos for condition
Hand Rails See photos for condition
General Appearance #1
 
Control Station
Mirrors
Glass Right; Cracked; See photos for condition
Seats/Armrests Torn cover; Inoperable slide or adjustment; See photos for condition
Seat Belts Fraying
Horn Inoperable
Hydraulic Controls Outrigger controls difficult to operate
Steering Control
Drivetrain Controls
Oil Pressure The gauge registers in the operating range
Exterior Lights Operational Some inoperable
Travel Alarm Inoperable
Gauges Operational; Difficult to read
Hour Meter/Odometer 6,742 Hours; Inoperable hour meter - IronPlanet makes no guarantees as to actual hours/miles; we can only report what can be visually observed.
Heater Inoperable
Interior Floor mat; Worn
Limited Function Check The main components are in place and operational.
Hour Meter/Odometer
 
Engine - Carrier/Chassis
Make and Model Detroit Diesel 6 Cylinder Engine
Fuel Type Diesel
Emission Control Label None found
Blow by @ idle (subjective observation) Minor
Starter Operational
Fuel System Operational
Exhaust System Rust penetration
Radiator
Oil Leaks Fluid accumulation; Side/Rear of engine; Oil pan
Fuel Leaks None seen
Cooling System Leaks None seen
Air Compressor Operational; Oil Residue
Limited Function Check (Engine) The engine started and ran.
Blow by @ idle (subjective observation)
 
Drivetrain
Operational test is limited to low speed in a confined flat area without load. Differential interlocks, full transmission shifting and functionality of all drive axles cannot be fully verified. Inspector listens for abnormal noises, observes leaks and notes physical damage.
Transmission Type Manual
Transmission Operational; Fluid accumulation; Seepage
Clutch Engages
Center Drive Axle Fluid accumulation; Seepage
Rear Drive Axle Fluid accumulation; Seepage
Final Drives
Limited Function Check - Carrier The drivetrain was operational without a load.
Drivetrain #1
 
Carrier Chassis
IronPlanet pin connection pivot point wear inspections are limited to sound, sight and feel observations. Dial indicator testing is not performed.
Steering Linkage Minor to moderate movement
Steering Wheel Play Minor to moderate movement
Brake Type Air
Master Cylinder/Brake Control
Brake Lines/Hoses
Park Brake Held against power
Limited Function Check The brake system functioned, stopping and holding the machine.
Springs/Hangers Condition
External Electrical / Air Connections Not operationally checked
Frame Condition
Cross Members
Tire Size 14.00R20 Front tires; 14.00-20 Rear tires; LF Michelin Goodyear; LR Michelin; RR Goodyear; RF Goodyear
Tire Condition Cuts; See photos
Tread Depth LF 26,26 /32"; LMI 16 /32"; LMO 16 /32"; LRI 16 /32"; LRO 16 /32"; RRI 12 /32"; RRO 12 /32"; RMI 12 /32"; RMO 12 /32"; RF 28,28 /32"
Wheel Condition
Wheel Studs
Outrigger Beams Torch cut marks
Outrigger Cylinders Minor to moderate pin and bushing movement
Outrigger Pads
Carrier Chassis #1
 
Hydraulics
See photos for condition
Pumps (Hydraulics) Fluid accumulation; Seepage
Hydraulic Motors Fluid accumulation; Seepage
Valves Fluid accumulation
Hydraulic Tank
Hoses (Hydraulic) Worn; Seepage; Outrigger hoses
Swing Motor
Main Hoist
Auxiliary Hoist
Limited Function Check The hydraulic system was operational without a load.
Hydraulics #1
 
Control Station - Upper
Seat Belts Not equipped
Glass See photos for condition
Seats/Armrests Torn cover; Damaged cushion
Controls Hydraulic or Air
Load Charts Posted on cab wall
Oil Pressure The fault indicator shuts off after the engine oil pressure rises
Gauges Operational
Hoist Brakes
Hour Meter/Odometer Hour meter not legible - IronPlanet makes no guarantees as to actual hours/miles; we can only report what can be visually observed.
Heater Inoperable
Limited Function Check The main components are in place and operational.
Hour Meter/Odometer
 
Engine - Upper
Make and Model Detroit Diesel 6 Cylinder Engine
Fuel Type Diesel
Emission Control Label None found
Blow by @ idle (subjective observation) Minor
Starter Operational
Turbo or Blower No visible damage
Fuel System Operational
Exhaust System No visible damage
Radiator
Oil Leaks Fluid accumulation; Valve cover; Front of engine; Oil pan; Seepage; Side of engine
Fuel Leaks None seen
Cooling System Leaks None seen
Limited Function Check (Engine) The engine started and ran.
Blow by @ idle (subjective observation)
 
Crane Superstructure
IronPlanet pin connection pivot point wear inspections are limited to sound, sight and feel observations. Dial indicator testing is not performed.
Hoist Drums Mechanical Draw Works
Boom Drums Mechanical Draw Works
Hoist and Boom Clutches Minor to visible wear
Mechanical Draw Works
Main Boom Pins Loose & damaged retainers
Pendant Line (Boom Tension Line) Rod type
Point Sheaves Minor to moderate wear
Boom Point Section
Gantry/Mast
Boom Stops
Main Boom Chords
Boom Length 130' Overall length; 20' Base section; 20' Tip section
Boom Angle Indicator
Turn-Table Bearing
Bottom Covers
Swing Motor
Limited Function Check The main chassis components functioned when checked without a load.
Crane Superstructure #1
 
Specialty
Overhaul Ball Miller; Moderate wear
Fairlead
Counterweights (2) Counterweights
Specialty #1
Oil Sample Analysis Engine Aux. Engine
date of analysis May 08, 2013 May 08, 2013
Silicon 3 PPM 7 PPM
Lead 1 PPM 2 PPM
Tin 4 PPM 6 PPM
Copper 7 PPM 5 PPM
Aluminum 1 PPM 0 PPM
Silver 0.6 PPM 0.2 PPM
Nickel 0.9 PPM 0.9 PPM
Chromium 1 PPM 1.4 PPM
Iron 14 PPM 31 PPM
Glycol NEG NEG
Water NEG NEG
Fuel <5% <5%

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