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About Stefanik

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    Stefanik Sign Service
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    Fredericksburg Va
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    540 295 7248
  1. I'm done with this. I have a business to run as well.
  2. Hey, Signworks. You guys look real cozy in that bucket. Dont drop a wrench or Bubba is gonna get you in your canucki. HA Ha. I-cranes bucket is an ample 3' x 6' . Enough room to avoid any of these unpleasantries. Man, this is fun dogging someones new truck and investment. What have I been missing out on for the last year?
  3. Here are some base and lift cylinder pivot points for you to dog and tell everybody what a shitty design it is because some lap top boy sitting in his cubical didnt put his signature on a sticker.
  4. Bet your Elliot cant do this. As far as weight, well the auger head, 4 foot extension and 36 dia. bit weighs in at 850lbs. A full load of dirt, another 500lbs. The power needed to pull all that out of an 8 ft hole- 2000 lbs. plus
  5. Id put my I-crane up against that puny looking truck any day of the week.. Enjoy your payment.
  6. If you are dealing with Scam Marcum, you better run before you give him any money. You will be buying yourself years of anguish and torment for starters. it will probably bankrupt you. That is if you survive the catistrophic failer of the truck that you bought. He is the biggest con artist and bullshitter that you will ever meet. ("Brother, have you accepted Jesus in your heart") He likes to start off with that one when hes sucking someone in. I could tell you first hand because I got tied up with him and his trucks for ten years. I'm finally free of him, thanks to a company take over by I-crane and theire new awsome owner Earnest Hillard.
  7. Hey Kendell, why do you bother with these guys anymore? There never gonna get over the fact that they got cornholed by Sam. In three years after you and I have made a few million with our I-cranes they will still be paying $3500 a month for their elliotts and telling us how shitty are trucks are. Id like to meet you one day. I think we got a lot in common.
  8. I know USA Signs/ Regency Signs or whatever they call themselves these days held their contract for a while.
  9. Hey, I saw this truck being built when I was down there.
  10. It is fitted with the Auger option which adds 1400lbs to the truck because the subframe and outriggers have to be made with thicker steel. I'm not aware of any engine issues. I had the same engine and trans package in my other truck and didnt have any issues for 3 years. Only difference is this one is fitted with emissions. Might be some issues there, just not sure yet. The final manufacture GVW is 29,500 as it sits with the generator installed. It has air brakes and requires a CDL. Why dont you call I-crane with all the tech spec questions- Im not thier spokesperson or salesman. Thanks for the props on the color. Shane at I-crane has professional painting experiance and he did a bang out job on the paint. He had all the doors off trim removed hood off. You cant even tell it was not painted from the factory anyware.
  11. The pully placement is an issue if I'm not able to crest a rooftop and I have to raise a sign with the load line to a wall. Taking the bucket off takes about a half an hour and is a pain in the ass. Fortunatly, the truck is equipped with a hefty 1000 lb rated jib winch that covers most of those situations. I-crane is aware of the issue of pully placement and looking for ways to improve the design. I did ask them about the engineering stamp that you talked about. They are actively working with OSHA and engineers to attain an OSHA engineered rating. Once they do they told me they are going to have each truck inspected and approved. The truck is very different than what I'm used to and very much improved. The best way I can explain working with a new truck and design is like having a new girlfriend. I'm taking things slow while I learn her tendencies and charectristics but I really like what I've experianced so far and looking forward to my future relationship with my new work partner and look forward to learning her strengths along with being accepting of her weaknesses and learning ways to deal with them. Nobody's perfect and no truck is either. I already know this is the best truck I have had yet and Im really looking forward to being with her for a while!
  12. Here is a photo of the truck. I have only had it a month and I havnt had much time to shoot photos of it in action. (Or letter it either). When I do I'll post them. Paul, you got me on the fall protection- not very smart espaecially with a Sam truck.
  13. Im not breaking your balls, but I would like to see some photos of your new truck. With all the modifications that were done. IM always looking for new ideas

  14. I was sceptical as well when I was contacted by them. I gave them a try. I have done 5 service calls over the last year with them all with Burlington Coat Factory. I have been paid in 45 days with out any issues or haveing to call for my money. So far so good.
  15. These are pics off my sign search add. This is my old skylift unit which was a total piece of shit. Nothing like the I-crane thast I got now.
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