Similar to the LCC-1 Sno-Train, the Overland Mark 2 came with a jib crane. It was designed for moving freight and even changing a tire if needed. The jib crane had a usable capacity of 20 tons. But, the weight capacity changed based on the angle of the crane arm.

Drawing showing Mark 2 crane arm extension angle versus weight capacity

The cargo size limitations also changed depending on the jib crane angle. For example, if your working load was 10,000 pounds, the maximum width crate the Mark 2 could load was 8 feet 6 inches.

Max container width at 10,000 pounds
Rear view of Overland Mark 2 at Yuma Heritage Museum, Yuma, AZ. Image: source unknown, for educational purposes only. Contact for attribution.