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We do generator installations here in NJ for residential and commercial application and we have it down to a science when it comes to placing the unit on the pad, We purchased a Bob Cat with fork attachments for our applications and it has worked wonders, What do you guys use to hoist and place your generator when doing installations for customers.

I would like to know what other options we can implement on our end besides using a BCat.:thumbsup:
 

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oldschool got a permanent ban? :eek: I miss the banter between B4T and BBQ. :(
I think they banned themselves, actually. One of these days when I'm in the neighborhood I think I'm gonna drop in on Bob, if he's still kickin.
 

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Giorgio.g said:
We do generator installations here in NJ for residential and commercial application and we have it down to a science when it comes to placing the unit on the pad, We purchased a Bob Cat with fork attachments for our applications and it has worked wonders, What do you guys use to hoist and place your generator when doing installations for customers. I would like to know what other options we can implement on our end besides using a BCat.:thumbsup:
We use our line bed/ Derrick digger truck for anything upto 150kw above that we hire a crane
 
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