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A mates got this Manitou telehandler crane on hire to put together his timber framed house, impressive bit of kit and would lend itself to takedowns. Road registered and hire for the week is less than the cost of a truck based crane would be for the day.

 

There are a few different models, this one is good for 5 tons and 32mts

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13 hours ago, aspenarb said:

A mates got this Manitou telehandler crane on hire to put together his timber framed house, impressive bit of kit and would lend itself to takedowns. Road registered and hire for the week is less than the cost of a truck based crane would be for the day.

 

There are a few different models, this one is good for 5 tons and 32mts

WWW.ARDENTHIRE.COM

Ardent offer professional plant hire and sales services, we offer a wide range of equipment including Roto & Heavy Lift...

 

 

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Less than £200 a week to hire ? Thats mad cheap.

 

 

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3 hours ago, donnk said:

 

 

Less than £200 a week to hire ? Thats mad cheap.

 

 

:laugh1:

 

That one above is about £1200 for the week including the fly jib and good for lumps of 5ton close in, being 4x4 it will also get in a lot closer to a tree than most truck based cranes.

 

Bob

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You can also fit man basket and use as a MEWP up to 43m....

Shame it can only do 35Kph..

If that could do 50Kph and tow a trailer... 

 

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6 hours ago, aspenarb said:

:laugh1:

 

That one above is about £1200 for the week including the fly jib and good for lumps of 5ton close in, being 4x4 it will also get in a lot closer to a tree than most truck based cranes.

 

Bob

can get a crane and driver for 2 weeks for that!

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12 minutes ago, donnk said:

can get a crane and driver for 2 weeks for that!

Travelling to and from Mars at £1 a mile though would  kill it Donk. A decent earth based  crane on a truck around here with someone that knows what he is doing is about £650 for a morning.

 

Bob

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