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34 minutes ago, doobin said:

I suppose. But I bet it doesn’t hold anything like a ton, none of them do. The skips aren’t big enough. I have a 1.8t rated tracked dumper, it barely takes a ton before it’s fully loaded. Had to make some greedy boards!


that was bloody steep for what it is too at 15.5k. You’d get a mini digger for that ffs. 

That does make a 1.5 mini look good value🤷‍♂️

But for whatever reason these these are what  they are and we can only make a few quid where we can 😂😂👍

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9 hours ago, dumper said:


mine was more than a mini but twice as useful loader, tractor, and two different skips, but all dumpers are undervalued

Your Codmidi does look bob on, but if I go down loader route I think it will be mini wheeled variant.

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8 hours ago, scbk said:

Nice machine, just out of interest what sort of stuff do you store in the filing cabinets? I didn't think they would be great out in the rain?

We are now all indoors. In those at the time were stuff that didn't matter if it got wet, but out of all those plus ten more you don't see, only one got rain in.

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