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Tin metal sign: "Don't put the crane too close to the power line (EPL)", Lithuania, 1960s
Material: tin / metal
Size: ± 40,0 x 51,0 cm
Image: Lithuanian text "Don't put the crane too close to the power line (EPL)" + MAZ-5334 truck
Year: from the 1960s
About the truck on the sign
The MAZ-5334 is a heavy-duty truck produced by the Belarusian automobile manufacturer MAZ (Minsk Automobile Plant). It is typically used as a tractor-trailer truck, but it can also be outfitted with a variety of different equipment and attachments, including cranes.
The crane on the MAZ-5334 truck is typically used for loading and unloading cargo, as well as for lifting heavy equipment and materials. It is often used in construction, industrial and mining applications. The crane on the MAZ-5334 is mounted on the rear of the truck and is operated by a hydraulic system. It has a lifting capacity that ranges from 12 to 20 tons depending on the specific model, and it can reach a maximum height of up to 35-40 meters.
It's been in production for more than 30 years, and has been widely used in the former Soviet Union and other Eastern European countries.
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E • Poor condition. The item shows noticeable wear which is distracting; but this item is unique in some way.
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