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Erik Sine posted a topic in Board News, Advertising & Board Function InformationThe Sign Syndicate March 2017 Video Update. Insurance, The Sign Life, Sign Bulbs and of course The Hall of Shame!
If you'll be at the USSC show this week, be sure to stop by our booth and check out the latest version of the L60R HiReach. We've made numerous upgrades to the unit, like a new weather resistant and oversized outrigger/boom selector valve at the bumper and much more. L60R Show Unit Details - 40"x60" Steel Workplatform - Steel Treadplate Bed with Grip Deck Coating - 5,900 lb Material Handling Boom Winch - 500 lb Platform Jib - 110V Line to the Workplatform - Welder Leads and Remote Welder Start/Stop to the Workplatform - Sign Forks on the Workplatform - Steel Cab Windshield Guard and Walkway - 98" x 36" x 24" Crossbody Box Behind Cab - Full Complement of Underbody Steel Toolboxes (2-48", 1-30", 2-24") Also, truck is Non-CDL. Weighed in at around 24,750 lbs from the factory. We have people at the show in case anyone has questions.
I'd like to give a big welcome to our newest Sign Syndicate Board Vendor, ELLIOT Equipment Company!!!! ELLIOT Equipment Company if you don't know is...well who doesn't know who Elliot is??? Elliot is probably the product/vehicle that comes to mind when you think "Sign Crane". The name alone speaks of their sign industry reputation, quality, and dependability. I'm very excited to have Elliot here as a Board Vendor as well as a member who can jump in on the important Sign Crane discussions For more than 60 years, Elliott Equipment Company has stood for industry-leading products and some of the most innovative design features. And that continues to fuel our growth into the 21st Century – with more than thirty dealers and service centers nationwide and thousands of customers across the country and throughout the world. Headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, our state-of-the-art facilities continue to manufacture equipment that is built to last. In fact, our products last so long that most customers remount them on two or three chassis during the life of the equipment. What’s more, Elliott products usually cost less to own – requiring less maintenance and recording more uptime than many comparable machines. Be sure to check out their website http://www.elliottequip.com/ For any questions or sales inquiries you can contact David Phillips who is their rep here on the Sign Syndicate at (402) 932-9832 or message him at his profile "ElliotEquipmentCo"