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While important I wouldn't get too caught up about width, as suggested. Nothing against the skid steers, fantastic bits of kit, but make a mess of the ground compared to articulated loaders. The 500 series will comfortably get through a 4ft gap.

 

 

 

I did go for an Avant, for me the reasons being - sturdy ROPS roof increases safety around falling objects. Telescopic boom which greatly increases lifting, loading, pushing, placing ability. Oh, and I like sitting down :biggrin:

 

 

There is always these little toys!

 

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Currently in talks with someone now but these maybe the answer for some?

Narrow

4WD

4 wheel steer

Did lock

 

No digging the lawn up!

 

 

 

 

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Giant have a new mini wheeled skid steer range. I liked the idea of them as they fit side-ways on my tipping trailer leaving 2.8x2m of load space! Might be worth a look.

 

 

 

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The big plus IME is the telescopic boom on larger wheeled loaders.

 

Did look at 1 last year because of work load and jobs that were coming in but opted not to but which I had or some thing bigger like an avant.

Found this video the other day good bit of camera work:confused1:

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Yep. That is the tree shear attachment, but on that one I grabbed it, then did a step cut beneath to be able to lift it away.

 

That must have been close to the limits? When you got out to take the picture did the machine wobble?? Impressive lift, I've been toying with the idea of tree shear but held back so far for concern of over loading and toppling the machine.

 

If Avant can do that MultiOne must be able to do bigger!!! :laugh1:

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Did look at 1 last year because of work load and jobs that were coming in but opted not to but which I had or some thing bigger like an avant.

Found this video the other day good bit of camera work:confused1:

Even better it removes girls clothes it's so wobbly.

 

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That must have been close to the limits? When you got out to take the picture did the machine wobble?? Impressive lift, I've been toying with the idea of tree shear but held back so far for concern of over loading and toppling the machine.

 

If Avant can do that MultiOne must be able to do bigger!!! :laugh1:

 

You are goading me into a compact loader off!

All I will say is yes, the rear wheels weren't providing quite the same traction as the front :biggrin:

 

This was another lifted out from a boarder using the same technique. Slightly heavier...

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You are goading me into a compact loader off!

 

All I will say is yes, the rear wheels weren't providing quite the same traction as the front :biggrin:

 

 

 

This was another lifted out from a boarder using the same technique. Slightly heavier...

 

 

Ballsy!!

 

Not sure I'd have the kahoonas!! 😳

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You are goading me into a compact loader off!

All I will say is yes, the rear wheels weren't providing quite the same traction as the front

This was another lifted out from a boarder using the same technique. Slightly heavier...

Which model is your avant?

 

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Ballsy!!

 

Not sure I'd have the kahoonas!! 😳

 

Get the shear, you'll love it. It can be mounted on a 90degree tilt plate now also, to give it some rotation.

 

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