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What type of MEWP and why?

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They are not the great big lumps of old anymore Paul , I was thinking along the lines of the one below but just a bit more reach.
 
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Those seem to be the biggest on 4x4 chassis, I’ve not seen one bigger anyway.

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1 hour ago, john p said:


Those seem to be the biggest on 4x4 chassis, I’ve not seen one bigger anyway.

 

Blade access run these 35mtr  mewp`s on an 18 ton 4x4 truck John, Zero swing is also a bit handy working roadside

 

https://bladeaccess.co.uk/hire/truck-mounted-platform-hire/35m-truck-mounted-platform-hire-t35at/

 

Bob

 

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Blade access run these 35mtr  mewp`s on an 18 ton 4x4 truck John, Zero swing is also a bit handy working roadside
 
https://bladeaccess.co.uk/hire/truck-mounted-platform-hire/35m-truck-mounted-platform-hire-t35at/
 
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Now that is a thing of beauty, it's on my want one day list that's for sure.

After watching this guys videos those booms look brilliant.
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1 hour ago, Gray git said:

Now that is a thing of beauty, it's on my want one day list that's for sure

After watching this guys videos those booms look brilliant.

Feast your eyes on this one John, 4x4 and 45mts on an 18ton chassis with 30mts of outreach :thumbup1:

 

https://www.mascus.co.uk/construction/used-truck-mounted-aerial-platforms/wumag-wt-450-allrad-4x4/vjpirjtk.html

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Be very similar spec to the bronto we use from time to time, possibly a bit too big and heavy to get much use of its 4x4 spec unless a dry field or muddy track.

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13 hours ago, john p said:


Ooofff, that’s a beaut! Makes my 4x4 iveco mewp look like the proper runt of the litter!

well JP yer Iveco MEWP is a gem compared to 'mine' !

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Ive had a platform basket RQG18 for the past 3 years and I’ve got really used to what it can and can’t do, find myself climbing out of the basket on the big trees but all round an excellent energy saver! But I’ve now invested in a CELA DT25 spyder and I’ve got to say the difference is massive. Obviously the extra height reach is a bonus but the configuration of the booms to allow up and over is an absolute game changer. Also the fact that the basket is attached at the top means you can sink yourself down a little into the tips without worrying too much about catching a pipe or cable! Also the fact that there is no knuckle to worry about swinging and hitting stuff. It is also really compact at 800mm wide at its narrowest...I could go on and on!

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