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59 minutes ago, woody paul said:

The tines aren't cheap unless someone has found supplier that is. 

Haybob tines are dirt cheap, about £3.50 each.

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1 hour ago, doobin said:

Haybob tines are dirt cheap, about £3.50 each.

Isn't one tine straight and the other cranked and longer and only 6mm.

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51 minutes ago, woody paul said:

Isn't one tine straight and the other cranked and longer and only 6mm.

More like 12 mm, plenty strong enough, crank doesn’t matter as you cut most of it off to match the other. 

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That looks the very bollocks for big clear ups.

Let us know how you go Mick.

 

I know how it would go with me, badly.

I would banjax it in about 4 minutes, I’m no machine operator.

I have the touch of a rapist.

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12 hours ago, Mark Bolam said:

That looks the very bollocks for big clear ups.

Let us know how you go Mick.

 

I know how it would go with me, badly.

I would banjax it in about 4 minutes, I’m no machine operator.

I have the touch of a rapist.

You can't really break em mate. They are a great help.

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Just welded a backplate up for this skid steer bucket grab. Seems well built, all pro forge stuff looks quality. A farm down the road have the log grab. 
 

was tricky to know what size to go for, in the end I went for the skid steer 4’ rather than the euro 5’ as this is 130kgs vs more like 290kgs for the euro type. The 8.4 could handle a bigger bite for sure but then you have the extra attachment weight to contend with at all times too. 🤷‍♂️🤦‍♂️

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I did borrow a 6’ euro type the other week, but that was so cumbersome it was a pain and I think the 5’ type would not have been much better. 

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