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    keep the weight to be moved near the crane - meaning

    Hello.

    Manually block rotation with the pin placed in the operator's cab, observe the precautions described in point 26, reduce the vehicle's speed to a minimum, always keep within the capacities indicated in the load table, keep the weight to be moved near the crane and as close as possible to the ground, avoiding abrupt swaying; if necessary, fix the load to the crane.

    Can "keep the weight to be moved near the crane" be interpreted as "the weight which/that is to be moved should be kept near the crane"?

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    Re: keep the weight to be moved near the crane - meaning

    Yes, the object being lifted should be kept close to the body of the crane.

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