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Cranespotting: More CONEXPO Setup Photos

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Tony Illia for ENR
Exhibitors are busy setting up the Gold Lot for CONEXPO.
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This weekend, our spy photographer snapped more photos of crane vendors setting up their machines for the CONEXPO-CON/AGG show coming to Las Vegas March 4-8.

We can now see two crawler cranes in the Manitowoc booth, which also is erecting a temporary building for visitors. One of the cranes is quite large and appears to be decked out in Kiewit yellow.

In the Terex booth, it is putting the finishing touches on a massive Superlift 3800, a 700-ton crane that will make its North American debut here.

Not to be outdone, Liebherr is building a thick forest of booms, with several crawler cranes and other lifting machines on their way up. Link-Belt also appears to have a crawler ready to show.

Click the slideshow at left, and let us know what else you see.

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