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Posted: 17 Nov. 2017,20:39 QUOTE

thought i would treat myself this year to this beauty. Will shift packs of blocks, slabs , tonne bags etc. I had a smaller version, but it would only lift half a tonne, This one, upto 1700kg!
i know LLL has used one on a few of his jobs:)




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Posted: 17 Nov. 2017,20:48 QUOTE

Cool. Any attachments?

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Posted: 17 Nov. 2017,20:51 QUOTE

Quote (digerjones @ 17 Nov. 2017,20:48)
Cool. Any attachments?

pallet forks, bucket,4in1 bucket, silage grab (i use for treework), jib boom(ideal for hanging slab lifter from) pot grab (use for logs, stones, posts), woodprocessor and sweeper collector so far:)

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Posted: 17 Nov. 2017,21:04 QUOTE

What about a cab. Ha

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Posted: 17 Nov. 2017,21:14 QUOTE

i did consider it, but its difficult to hear people shouting instructions at you. last one didnt even have a roof, so this is a bit of luxury:) its got a heated seat

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Posted: 18 Nov. 2017,12:37 QUOTE

on jobs with poor hiab access these ar a great tool for us, guy comes in moves 10 packs of bricks  5 tonne of sand and a tonne of cement up to the work area in around 2 hours
is this part of your hire fleet Dan or will it be just for your work?
nice buy !
LLL :)


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Posted: 19 Nov. 2017,20:19 QUOTE

tony

i can hardly wait to seriously use it on a landscape job for moving packs of slabs around for example.
I will hire it, but only if i operate it. in the wrong hands, it can get smashed to bits


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Posted: 20 Nov. 2017,00:30 QUOTE

on certain job it is an invaluable tool 100 %
know some landscapers that use them for just that
efficiency
LLL :)


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