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DOCMA VF80 Bolt and VF105 Red Iron

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We are now selling the Italian built DOCMA portable forestry winches.

 

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They are very well built and have a 54cc 2-stroke engine so run on the same fuel as a chainsaw.

 

They are also superbly lightweight using aluminium to reduce weight. Both models weigh only 10.5 kg.

 

The VF80 Bolt has a pull of 815kg and a line speed of 26m/m The VF105 Red Iron has a pull of 1050kg and a line speed of 20m/m

 

Both models have a good range of accessories including rope, slings, chokers etc.

 

The VF80 Bolt is priced at £1050 + VAT and the VF1050 Red Iron is £1100 + VAT

 

For more information please see our website:

 

DOCMA VF80 Bolt - Treadlight Forestry

DOCMA VF105 Red Iron - Treadlight Forestry

 

01824 538 638

07970 544 901

contact@treadlightforestry.co.uk

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Oooo that's interesting, will see what's in piggy bank at end of financial year as thought for a long time 1 of those would suit quite a bit we do especially with those being 2T and the larger having a decent pull!

 

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