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Country (riko) 3.9m timber crane and trailer

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Country (riko) 3.9m timber crane and trailer

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£7,000.00


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Country 3.9m timber forwarding crane and trailer. Approx 400kg lift with a custom jake plate mount (so can be used without the trailer) and also a standard three point linkage mount for quick attachment. Includes a custom forwarding trailer that is collapsible along it's spine, that allows movement of tractor,crane and trailer on one 14ft ifor plant trailer (for sale separately). Located in south Hertfordshire, bought by me new from Riko in autumn 2014, hasn't had heavy use, mainly tidying rural arb sites, all rams and pins are in good condition, with some paint loss and rust on the grapple. Runs very well on my AGT850 tractor which puts out 32lpm, a big step up in useability compared to vahva jussi type small tractor or 4stroke powered cranes. £7000+vat



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