Static response analysis of a dual crane system (DCS) is conducted using fuzzy parameters. The fuzzy static equilibrium equation is established and two fuzzy perturbation methods, including the compound function/fuzzy perturbation method (CFFPM) and modified compound function/fuzzy perturbation method (MCFFPM), are presented. The CFFPM uses the level-cut technique to transform the fuzzy static equilibrium equation into several interval equations with different cut levels. The interval Jacobian matrix, the first and second interval virtual work vectors, and the inverse of interval Jacobian matrix are approximated by the first-order Taylor series and Neumann series. The fuzzy static response field for every cut level is obtained by a synthesis of the compound function technique, the interval perturbation method, and the fuzzy algorithm. In the MCFFPM, the fuzzy static response field for every cut level is derived based on the surface rail generation method, the modified Sherman–Morrison–Woodbury (SMW) formula, and the fuzzy theory. Compared with the Monte Carlo method (MCM), numerical examples demonstrate that the MCFFPM has a better accuracy than the CFFPM and both of them bring a higher efficiency than the MCM, especially when it comes to effects of fuzzy parameters on uncertainty quantification (UQ) of the static response of the DCS.