Above on the page there're some Tech PDF Manuals for ACE Truck Cranes.
ACE is the second largest manufacturer of the cranes in question in India. Its plant 45 km from Delhi produces pick-and-carry cranes in eight models with lifting capacities ranging from 3 to 17 tons.
ACE also produces tower cranes, forklifts, wheeled bucket loaders and backhoe loaders.
Recently, the company began producing agricultural tractors of its own design with a power of 26-33.5 kW.
Unlike Escorts, ACE's share of total pick-and-carry crane sales in the Indian market has steadily increased in recent years and currently stands at 46%.
The fleet of pick-and-carry cranes in India numbers 15 thousand units; Most of these machines have a lifting capacity of 5-10 tons and are owned by construction contracting companies.
More than two-thirds of India's mobile crane fleet has been in operation for over 10 years, and cranes that are 15-25 years old are not uncommon.
In addition to India, pick-and-carry cranes are produced in Australia (Franna Cranes Pty. Ltd., part of the Terex Demag group, and DRA (the latter produces them in a limited volume - no more than 2 units per month), in China (Zoomlion based on Australian technical documentation), in Italy (Valla, Ormig, Galizia) and in the USA (Grove).