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Old 06-04-12   #11 (permalink)
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You can never have enough cranes
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bet youve got local hydraulic fitter on speed dial!
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bet youve got local hydraulic fitter on speed dial!
Between those 3 machines I have only ever had to tighten 1 hose on a grab on the dumper.

And I have never used the trailer crane

Yes Alex, more cranes required, I have another Mowi 1 on an old bogey doing nowt, I really should bolt it onto the mog or something

I need a hiab lifter though for some future projects, I love cranes me
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Excellent Stevie what a great set up!
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is that a iveco daily 4x4 i see there mr blair,
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Ummm I've got crane envy looks a great set up to save your back and bet it makes the work quicker
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is that a iveco daily 4x4 i see there mr blair,
Sure is
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is that a jap import morooka
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It's a Mitsubishi
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That's some cool kit , you lucky boy !
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