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Hi All,


I am going to buy a loader to replace a old tractor I currently have, thinking Multi one. I want this for arb work, lifting heavy logs, trees etc. The problem I have had in the past is finding a decent log lifter for my tractor. I want something that can cope with heavy lifts, rough ground and will no deform the ends of the grapples etc.


So one of the questions I have is does the multi one cope well and last?  


Not sure what series I would consider, will find out more about the cost this week however whats the minimum  model, in your opinons that should be considered suitable for general arb work?  



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Hi Mick, 


Not planning on anything outside Arb at the moment. Standard residential & some small scale commercial type work currently. However looking to the future with business expansion in mind. All the decent wood from removals I keep as I run my home 90% from it and therefore I like to bring the cord back as big as possible to my yard for processing, hence a decent lift required.


That enough info?

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Thanks @Mick Dempsey I am happy to help in anyway I can. Check out my Facebook page to see my 5.3 and 6.3+ I own in action. You ll also see some of my customers who have bought machines from me. There’s also a MultiOne owners Facebook page to see other users. Feel free to call me to discuss. I don’t know if your in my sales area but I ll help in anyway I can. 


When looking for my first loader for my business after 6 months of research and head scratching I chose MultiOne 5.3 (Machinery sales was not on my agenda at this time. )This was due to cost, service, availability of demo and other customer reviews , dimensions and lift capacity.



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@Chipperclown if you haven't already chosen a loader then feel free to call us to discuss some options.


Our loaders have oscillating axles meaning that all four wheels are kept on the ground even with rough terrain, the grapples are well built too.


01622 845149    www.tobroco-giant.uk




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