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Frequently Asked Questions

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BUMPER CRANES

Q: What is a bumper crane?

A bumper crane is a crane that stores in its own heavy-duty step bumper and replaces the bumper on any truck or van. It's a very compact system.

Q: Can I install a bumper crane on my truck with an existing lift-gate?

No you would need to remove your lift gate to install a bumper crane as they would both use the same "real estate."

Q: What powers the Sto-Away bumper crane?

The Sto-Away Bumper Crane is powered by the vehicle's existing 12 volt battery. Note: Under continuous use or while lifting heavier payloads, we recommend that the vehicle is left running. This will allow you higher working voltage for the crane.

Q: Which Sto-Away bumper crane will up-fit to my truck or van?

Use the "Design-A-Crane" tab on our website to help you determine the bumper crane model that would best up-fit to your truck or van. If you have any questions, please call Sto-Away Power Cranes, Inc. toll-free at 800-622-9797 or locally at 219-942-9797.

Q: My company has custom-built trucks. How do I know a Sto-Away bumper crane
     will work on my truck?

Our AutoCAD Department can take data from your truck's up-fitter and create a blueprint of exactly how the Sto-Away bumper crane will fit your truck - with data like ground clearance, door openings, and step-in heights. We can create the blueprints for you in 24 hours or less, so you'll have all the information you need before you order.

Q: How is the bumper crane mounted to my truck or van?

Each bumper crane comes with brackets made specifically for the year, make, model, and body style of your truck or van. For custom applications, just call our AutoCAD Department and we can custom-design brackets specifically to meet your needs.

Q: Will I still have the full use of my tailgate?

Yes. The bumper crane sits low enough so your tailgate will still be able to open and close, and when in use, the crane sits alongide the tailgate.

Q: Will I lose my towing capability with the bumper crane?

No, you will not lose your towing. Our bumper cranes come standard with a built-in receiver hitch (Class 2, Class 3, and Class 4). Click on the Spec Sheets tab on our website for details about your vehicle.

Q: What do the bumper cranes include?

The units include:
Brackets and all mounting hardware and wiring harness to up-fit to the vehicle
Emergency shut-off button and an indicator light for power on/off
Owner's Manual with install, operation, safety, parts, and maintenance instructions
Two boom heights settings
Standard outrigger leg
Galvanized steel cable
Non-skid surfacing
Plastic hand control
Access port to spare tire

Q: What if I lift equipment into and out of manhole or underground vaults? Do I
     need a special winch?

Yes, you would need to order the optional BLGL Winch. This winch is prepared with a positive cable attachment. If you were to reach the last wrap of the cable, it would do a reverse-wrap and will not come off the drum. This is a safety feature that keeps you from losing your expensive equipment off the end of the cable. NOTE: On the standard winch, the cable is only attached with a set-screw, and when lifting only from the ground up, there is always a minimum of 4 to 5 wraps of cable left on the drum.

Q: Can the bumper crane be used as a winch?

Yes, the Sto-Away bumper crane offers an optional Auxiliary Winch System. This winch system is independent of the hoist drive and has a choice of three (3) single line stall rated drives at 90-feet from the bumper (3,300-pound stall, 4,200-pound stall, and 6,000-pound stall) without the aid of any pully snatch blocks. It comes with a free-wheeling clutch lever as standard equipment.

NOTE: This can also be done with the optional Snatch Block, which would pull through the receiver hitch and would not have its own independent drive.

Q: Where is the standard outrigger leg found and how is it used?

If you have the optional W.R. Kit Panel enclosing the bottom of the bumper: when you lift the crane out of the bumper, the small section of the panel will drop down. If you look under the W.R. Kit Panel, you will see the outrigger leg bolted underneath the crane with a thumb bolt. Unscrew the thumb bolt and let the leg drop down into place.

When using this leg, you need to leave a 1" to 2" gap between the ground and the bottom of the outrigger leg so you can release it after the truck is loaded.

Q: Do I need to use the outrigger leg if I'm only lifting light loads?

Yes, you should always use the outrigger leg when lifting any size load.

Q: Do I need a cam-lock or crank-down outrigger leg?

We strongly recommend it for payloads of 1,000 pounds or more. The cam-lock outrigger leg is easier to release under a full load than the standard outrigger leg. It extends to a maximum of 12" from the corner of the bumper, and extends vertically a maximum of 24" from the bottom of the bumper crane. It can be set or released with a single cam over center handle (similar to a commercial chain binder). The crank-down works as a trailer leg. NOTE: On the SR-2A, SR-3, and SR-4 models, this feature must be specified at the time of the order.

Q: What is the standard bumper crane's rotation?

The crane rotates 270° in order to protect the interior and exterior walls of the truck bed/service body - the block-out area being the sidewall of the truck. NOTE: A 360° rotation is available on request at no additional charge.

Q: How do I know whether I need an outset unit?

If you have double doors that do not open all the way around the body (like the photo on the left below), you would need to order an offset bumper crane. This is only available for bumper cranes that are 90" or wider. If the body is narrower than 90", please call us at 800-622-9797.

Offset Bumper Crane / Standard Bumper Crane

Q: If I order a bumper crane, which side will the mast stand up on?

The mast will stand up on the passenger side, sometimes called the "curb side" on North American trucks. We call this a Standard bumper crane unit.

Q: What if I need the mast to set-up on the driver's side?

This can be done at no additional charge if you request it at the time of your order or specify it in the bid. We call this a Reversed Unit and it's commonly used for manhole work so the truck can stay in the lane of traffic.

Standard Bumper Crane Unit / Reversed Bumper Crane Unit

Q: Does the bumper crane come with the back-up lights, tail lights, and marker ID lights?

No, those are optional features. On some Service body's and Walk-in vans, there may be a need to replace the factory lighting. We can easily install lights to your Sto-Away bumper crane. The lights must be requested at the time of the initial order.

Q: How long does it take to install a Sto-Away bumper crane?

For the SR-2A, SR-2B, SR-2C, SR-3, SR-4, SR-5A, SR-5T, CSR-515, and CSR-520 models, the estimated installation time is approximately 6 man hours. For the SR-6A, SR-6T, CSR-615, CSR-620, SR-7, SR-8, and CSR-75 models, the estimated installation time is approximately 10 man hours.

Q: Can I mount the bumper crane on a trailer?

The Sto-Away bumper crane can be mounted to most trailers. Please contact us and we'll provide you more information. We are capable of custom-designing a unit to fit your needs in less than a week.

Q: I purchased a new truck/van. Can I up-fit my existing Sto-Away bumper crane to the
     new vehicle?

Yes, your Sto-Away bumper crane can be up-fitted from one vehicle to another of similar bumper width requirements. Just order the appropriate mounting brackets for the new vehicle.

Q: Do you have boom extensions available?

Yes, we have different sized boom extensions available for most of our bumper crane models. This offers an advantage in many lifting situations where additional reach or working height is desired. Please contact us and we'll provide you more information. NOTE: Boom extensions are not available for the SR-2A, SR-3, or SR-4 model bumper cranes.

Q: What information will you need from me when I place my order?

We'll need to know the year, make, and model of the truck or van, the body manufacturer and model (if available), your desired lifting capacity, and any optional accessories (e.g., if tail lights and back-up lights are needed in the bumper).

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OWNING A BUMPER CRANE

Q: What if I didn't receive an Owner's Manual with my bumper crane?

Please call us toll-free at 800-622-9797 or locally at 219-942-9797. We'll need to know the serial number of your bumper crane. Owner's Manuals are also available in PDF format for printing or download on this page.

Q: Do I need my Serial Number when I call in for parts?

Yes, you do. The serial number can be found on the top back wall of the bumper under the small lid section on a serial plate.

Q: Where can I find my serial number?

On the bumper rear frame tube either engraved on the bumper or engraved on a serial tag. For easier access, it is also provided on the front of the Owner's Manual.

Bumper crane serial number

Q: Where do I find my warranty card?

You will find the warranty card on page 47 of your Owner's Manual, or you can click here.

Q: What do I do when I have questions after business hours or over the weekend?

You are welcome to call Sto-Away Power Cranes for any questions or concerns at 800-622-9797 or 219-942-9797. We do have personnel who regularly check voice mail messages.

Q: What are the steps to power-up the bumper crane?

All late models of Sto-Away bumper cranes come with a toggle switch to turn the bumper on and off, and have an LED light to indicate when the power is on. You will have to raise the crane from the stored position in order to locate the power switch. The toggle switch is located on the top of the black solenoid box which is found inside the bumper. When you place the toggle switch in the ON position, you will see the LED light on. NOTE: Make sure to turn this switch off when the system is not in use to avoid any battery drain. With the LED light "lit up" and the hand control "plugged in," the bumper crane is ready. Key Note: If the LED light will not turn on, check to see if the 10 amp breaker is pressed down. You will find the breaker next to the power switch.

Bumper crane power up

Q: Is it important to inspect the bumper crane?

Yes, it is very important to inspect every component of the Sto-Away bumper crane. Please see the Owner's Manual Sections 4.0 - 4.5 for inspection, and Sections 9.0 - 9.3 for maintenance.

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CONFINED SPACE RESCUE BUMPER CRANES

Q: Which units are for lifting personnel?

Any of our bumper cranes that start with CSR are set up for lifting personnel.

Q: What are the differences between a standard bumper crane and the Sto-Away
     CSR models (Confined Space Units)?

All bumper cranes in the market are not designed to meet OSHA and ANSI standards. The Sto-Away's CSR 215, 220, 315, 515, 520, 615, 620, and 725 contain key equipment and features needed to comply with OSHA and ANSI standards:
1. 350-lb Load Limiter that is placed on the end of the boom, designed to stop the electrical winch drive automatically when there is an excess of 350 pounds of weight/pull on the power winch's lifting line.
2. A single retracting lifeline with manual retrieval system and fall protection built in, that is attached to the crane's mast and meets the minimum anchoring requirements set by OSHA. This is required so that if you lose power, you are still able to retrieve the person out of the manhole.
3. A "Lock Out/Tag Out" system to be placed on the truck's steering wheel with the words: "DANGER: Do not move this vehicle being used in confined space entry. This cover may only be removed by authorized personnel."
4. A B.L.G.L. winch with a positive cable attachment so that if or when you get to the last wrap of the cable it will do a reverse wrap and will not come off the drum and meets the minimum anchoring requirements set by OSHA.

Q: What are the differences between the Sto-Away CSR models Package A, Package B,
     and Confined Space Set Up?

• CSR models with Package A come as a complete system with all of the necessary equipment to comply with OSHA and ANSI standards.
• CSR models with Package B come with all of the same equipment as Package A - except - you must supply the single retracting lifeline with manual cranking system and with fall protection built in that meets the factory approved list of SRL with Manual Retrieval System and Fall Protection built-in to be able to order this package.
• Confined Space Set Up: this package is only the mast and the boom prepared to accept the confined space package at a later date. If not ordered with placing your original order for the bumper unit, you will have to ship back the crane's mast and possibly the winch to be able to add this later. NOTE: The B.L.G.L. winch and posi-lock mast must be ordered with this option.

Q: Do I need to order a CSR series crane if I am just lifting pumps out of wet wells?

No, the CSR series cranes are only needed to lift personnel.

Q: Can I use the CSR series cranes for lifting equipment also?

Yes, you would need to remove the load cell off of the boom.

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QUICKSET TELESCOPING BOOM BED MOUNTED CRANES

Q: What type of vehicle is the Quickset Bed Mounted Crane recommended for?

They are recommended for service bodies, high cube van bodies, walk-in vans, dump beds, flat beds, and trailers.

Q: Can the Quickset units be designed to bolt to the bed of the standard pick up truck?

Yes, the Quickset units can be designed to bolt to the bed of the truck, but you will find that a bumper crane is a better choice for standard pick up trucks.

What are the differences between the four Quickset models available?

Quickset Junior is a light service unit with 500 lbs or less lifting capacity. The boom stores vertically. Quickset Junior fits service beds, flat beds, dump bodies, walk-in vans, and platform mounting on trailers. Reach: 42" for non-telescoping boom and 55" to 71" for telescoping boom. The unit is powered by a standard 12-volt DC winch or an optional manual winch / 120 VAC. It comes with a 16" x 16" square mounting base with custom pedestal heights available. 25' x 7/32" galvanized steel cable.
Quickset 10 is a medium service unit with 1,000 lbs lifting capacity for service beds, flat beds, dump bodies, walk-in vans, and platform mounting on trailers. Reach: telescoping boom 55" to 71" or telescoping boom 57" to 90". The boom stores horizontally. The unit is powered by a standard 12-volt DC winch with an optional manual winch / 120vac. It comes with a 16" x 16" square mounting base with custom pedestal heights available. 25' x 7/32" galvanized steel cable.
Quickset 15 is a heavy duty service unit with 1,500 lbs lifting capacity for service beds, flat beds, dump bodies, walk-in vans, and platform mounting on trailers. Reach: telescoping boom 55" to 71" or telescoping boom 57" to 90". The boom stores horizontally. The unit is powered by a standard 12-volt DC winch with an optional manual winch / 120vac. It comes with a 16" x 16" square mounting base with custom pedestal heights available. 25' x 7/32" galvanized steel cable.
Quickset 20 is our heaviest service unit with 2,000 lbs lifting capacity for service beds, flat beds, dump bodies, walk-in vans, and platform mounting on trailers. Reach: telescoping boom 55" to 71" or telescoping boom 57" to 90". The boom stores horizontally. The unit is powered by a standard 12-volt DC winch with an optional manual winch / 120vac. It comes with a 16" x 16" square mounting base with custom pedestal heights available. 25' x 7/32" galvanized steel cable.

Q: What is the height of the optional pedestal column available for the Quickset Bed
     Mounted Cranes?

The optional pedestal column can be set to the customer's requirements at no additional charge (at the time of ordering) from 37" height to a maximum of 55".

Q: Do I need a support leg for the body of the truck when using a Quickset unit?

Yes, all cranes should have some type of support leg. These legs are not included. The equipment up-fitter will need to supply some type of supporting leg for the body of the truck, depending on their installation. We can work with them in determining possible solutions.

Q: Does the frame need to be reinforced under the Quickset?

Yes, we strongly recommend it. Your equipment up-fitter will determine the reinforcing based on the type of truck body and service requirements.

Q: Can I use the Quickset cranes for lifting personnel?

No, at this time the bed mounted cranes do not meet all of OSHA's requirements.

Can the Quickset cranes be custom made to my requirements?

Yes, just contact our AutoCAD Department and they can quickly review your needs and design a unit, if possible.

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TECHNICAL QUESTIONS

Q: How do the electrical controls for the crane work?

The electrical power circuit on all of the Sto-Away cranes are a basic 12V DC: with the exceptions for a few custom 24V DC and 120V AC units. The first key element to understand the troubleshooting FAQ is that the electrical is a two-part electrical system. The first part of the circuit is the main power circuit running from the battery to the solenoids' relays, then to the winch drive motor. The second part of the electrical system is the control circuit, running from the ON/OFF switch through the circuit breaker, then to the hand pendant, then to the control panel, and then to the pick-up coils on each side of the solenoids.

Q: The crane won't run even though a battery check verified the battery is good.

Check to see if the LED light on the control panel is ON. If not, then reset the 10 amp breaker located on the black box, and double-check that the toggle switch is also set to ON. If it is ON, they your LED should be lit.

If you have the ON/OF toggle switch set to ON and the LED light is still not lit, then remove the control panel from the corner of the bumper and use a volt meter to check if you have 12 volts between the green and white wires on the back of the control panel. If you see 12 volts there, then the problem is in the hand control or control panel. If you do not have 12 volts there, then you need to check two items.

Let's check the easy one first: thoroughly inspect the power wires from the battery to the control box on the crane, looking for any cuts in the wires. If you're sure there are no cuts or broken wires, then you need to remove the black, plastic cover from the control box (this is not easy) and inspect both the toggle switch and the 10 amp breaker. Check for 12 volts between the green and white wires. Start at the beginning of the green wire where it connects with the solenoids. If you have 12 volts there, then you have connection to the battery. If not, then you have a problem with the power lead wires from the battery. If you have 12 volts at the beginning of the green wire, then check each termination going away from the end of the green wire. As soon as you stop seeing 12 volts, you have found your problem. Replace the component and re-check to see if the crane operates before you button everything back up.

Q: I have found that my toggle ON/OFF switch or 10 amp breaker is bad. Can I jumper
     them out and use the crane?

We do not recommend this. If you jumper these components, the crane will run, but you will have bypassed a key safety feature. If this is a CSR model of the Sto-Away product line, then you can not use this unit at all for confined space work, period. You will have violated OSHA law.

Q: The crane works, but the LED light won't light up, and when I push the button up, the
     crane moves down.

The polarity (the "+" positive wire - and the "-" negative wire) that are attached to the battery from the bumper are reversed. LED lights are polarity sensitive.

Q: The crane operates in one direction but not the other, and makes no sounds in the
     other direction.

This is a multi-step test. Step One: remove the control panel from the corner of the bumper and disconnect the control panel from the wiring harness. Make sure the power toggle switch is in the "ON" position and the 10 amp breaker is set (not popped open). Then, use a jumper wire and very quickly touch the green wire to the yellow wire. If the winch moves, you know the solenoid is good. Then, jumper the green wire and the brown wire. If the winch moves, you know that this solenoid is also good and the problem is most likely in the hand control. To be sure, use an Ohm meter and test the connections between the green, yello, and brown wires to the 3 pins on the control plug to make sure one is not broken. If no broken wires are found, the hand control has failed.

Q: The crane will not work and just makes a "clicking" sound in both directions.

The three most common problems are: 1 - the wires to the motor are so corroded that no electrical power can flow. 2 - the motor has failed. 3 - the wires from the solenoids to the motor are broken, or all three of the these conditions. The chance that both solenoids are broken is very slim. The "clicking sound" means the solenoid coil is working.

You will need a volt meter for this test, and you will be looking for 12 volts between where the wires attach to the winches motor and the frame of the truck. You will have to remove the wires from the winches motor for the testing, and turn the toggle switch located on the control box to "ON" in order to perform these tests.

Use a small file and clean both the terminals and a spot on the truck frame. Attach the volt meter to one of the terminals and the frame, and then toggle the hand control in one direction and the other. When pressing the hand control in one of the two directions, you should see 12 volts at the terminal and between the truck's frame. If you do see 12 volts on this wire, then test the other wire and press the hand control in the opposite direction. If you see 12 volts again, then the solenoids are working, and the motor and the terminals need to be replaced.

No voltage on a motor lead wire may mean a broken wire or a bad solenoid. Then you will need to follow that wire back to the control box, retesting for 12 volts. No voltage at the solenoid means this relay's internal contacts are bad.

Q: How do I locate the bad solenoid?

You will need to remove the cover from the control box, exposing the solenoids. A jumper wire and a volt meter will also be required. Looking at the solenoids, find the "U" shape, two "L" shape, and long flat buss bars connecting the solenoids. Now locate the terminals that have a yellow and a brown wire attached to them.

First, test the voltage between the "U" shape bar (battery + positive) and long flat bar (battery - negative). You should see 12 volts between them, with the "U" shape bar being 12+. Then, test between the "U" shape bar and the "L" shape bars for 12 volts (no voltage at the "L" shape buss bar means that this relay's internal contacts are bad). If you see 12 volts between them, then the next test is to use the jumper wire between the "U" shape bar and the yellow wire's terminal - and then the brown wire's terminal. When you jumper the yellow terminal, the winch drive should move. When you jumper the brown terminal, the winch should move in the other direction. If you jumper the terminal and you get nothing, then that relay is bad.

Q: The crane operates in the "UP/IN" direction and I am about to run out of cable.
      What can I do to get the cable to come out?

There are two choices. The first choice: if you can get the nuts off the studs found on the back of the winch motor without breaking off the studs, then swap the wires on the back of the winch motor. Use the hand control and feed out the cable. Then, replace the failed solenoid. Don't forget to swap the leads back after changing out the bad solenoid.

The second choice should only be done if you can't get the nuts off the motor's studs without fear of breaking off the studs. In this step you are going to "fool" the crane by changing the power lead wires at the battery. This will change the rotation of the winch drive. Now the cable will feed "OUT" but your "IN" will not work. Don't forget to swap the leads back after changing out the bad solenoid.

Q: The crane operates but doesn't perform as it once did. What do I need to do?

The operating performance is basically two parts. The first is a mechanical question. You need to inspect all of the crane's pulleys, bearings, and pins for wear and lubrication. Also, check the winch drum bearings; they may also need the same type of maintenance. To locate the winch drum bearings, consult your Owner's Manual, Section 11.1, and locate parts #8 and #19. You can use a spray-on type of lubricant on the winch drive bearings found on each end of the winch drum. If this doesn't help, the winch drive may have to be removed from the crane in order to service it. If you have any questions, please call us.

The second part is inspecting and servicing the electrical system. The crane relies on a very good flow of power from the battery through the solenoids and to the winch drive motor. This important flow of power is mainly through the main power wires and their connections. As long as the circuit is capable of 12 - 13.5 VDC at 100 amps, your power side is good. The two most common locations for poor electrical connections are at the battery and where the power wires connect to the winch drives motor. If you find rusty studs and crusted connections, you need to clean and seal them.

Q: I snapped the studs off at the winch motor. Can I replace the studs myself?

You can, but it requres a special tool, three hands, and replacing the end of the motor. The easiest thing is to replace the drive motor. You would not have to remove the winch drum to do this, and would only need a 3/8" box wrench. You can replace the drive motor in about 10 minutes.

Q: The mounting brackets do not fit. What do I do now?

Don't panic, and don't start cutting or modifying them. Call us at once at 800-622-9797 or 219-942-9797. Between all the different truck styles we make cranes for, there are approximately 300+ different brackets. When you call in you will be asked a few questions that you may want to say "Duh" to, but please be patient.

Here are two examples: A Ford F-350 may be on a narrow 34.1" wide frame, or a 37.4" wide frame, with different brackets for each. A Chevy 2500 can be on 6 different chassis, and the only real way to know what frame it is on is by knowing the "C/K manufacturer" model number found on the door jamb or under the hood of the truck. If you have a custom application, don't worry. We can make you a custom set of mounting brackets and send them to you as quickly as two business days.

Q: One of the pins on the connector that is on the end of my hand control is broken.
      Can I change it out myself?

No, you need a special tool to replace the pins. You would need to ship the hand control back to us for repair. Normally, we have these parts in stock, and the turn-around time would be one business day after we receive it in our shop.

Yes, just contact our AutoCAD Department and they can quickly review your needs and design a unit, if possible.

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Sto-Away Bumper Crane
Online Owner's Manuals
and User Information

Sto-Away Bumper Cranes Manual

• Bumper Crane Owner's Manual Section 1

RECEIVING & UNPACKING

• Bumper Crane Owner's Manual Section 2

INSTALLATION

• Bumper Crane Owner's Manual Section 3

SAFETY OPERATING THEORY

• Bumper Crane Owner's Manual Section 4

INSPECTION

• Bumper Crane Owner's Manual Section 5

OPERATING

• Bumper Crane Owner's Manual Section 6

TOWING SPECIFICATIONS

• Bumper Crane Owner's Manual Section 7

OPERATING THE WINCHING SYSTEM

• Bumper Crane Owner's Manual Section 8

OPERATING OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT

• Bumper Crane Owner's Manual Section 9

MAINTENANCE

• Bumper Crane Owner's Manual Section 10

WARRANTY

• Bumper Crane Owner's Manual

WARRANTY CARD

• Bumper Crane Owner's Manual Section 11

BUMPER CRANE PARTS LIST

• Bumper Crane Owner's Manual Section 11.3

USING CONFINED SPACE (Option)

• Bumper Crane Owner's Manual

QUICKSET PARTS LIST

• Bumper Crane Owner's Manual

WIRING SCHEMATICS

• Bumper Crane User Information

INTRODUCING BUMPER CRANES

Introducing Bumper Cranes

• Bumper Crane User Information

BUMPER CRANE SET-UP

Bumper Crane Set-up Instructions

• Bumper Crane User Information

CONFINED SPACE EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION

Confined Space Bumper Crane Equipment Installation