Mine had all the axles at the rear and didn`t steer, like I think that ones does and a beaver tail, no ramps. At Ranger we had an 60 tonne all terrain P&H Omega, 22.5 tonne truck mounted Coles, which I did a lot of hours in, and 7.5 tonne BHB. I was actually a dogman at Tindal on a Mack engined Kato; those old Maxidyne`s and Jacobs engine brakes cetainly did sound nice. I`d gone to Tindal as a refueler, but am allergic to too much diesel and my arms came up in a hell of a rash. They`d just sacked the then dogman, and I knew the crane driver from Jabiru, so I slotted straight in. He had a restricted ticket and wanted to get his open, but was basically illiterate, so I coached him for a couple of weeks before his test and he passed with flying colours.