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Does anyone use microbull at treecare or forestry jobs? If so how it have been working. How much maintance needed and have you find something what is just design wrong. Allso intrested about used ones if anyone knows where to find those

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A good place to ask is the FB page Bucherons et Elagueurs.

Use Google translate and tag my mate Vincent Cauco who runs one and is an Anglophile.

 Regards

  Stuart

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We had a demo last December.

Was impressed by what it could lift, how stable it seemed and how easy to operate.

I don’t think there are any second hand ones available but I could be wrong 

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I know this is an old thread but it may interest some - We've been appointed as the UK distributor for the microBull range of compact loaders, we've machines and a good range of attachments in stock ready for demonstrations and delivery if anyone is interested, please don't hesitate to give me a call 01584711544 - 07976901536

 

 

Prices are advertised on our website and we can work out package deals on multiple attachments

FRANKALVITI.CO.UK

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There are a few on the microbull.fr facebook page, it's 23hp hydraulic drive so never going to compete with a dedicated belt drive unit, but could be a good addition for some, access wise it's only 750mm wide so comparable to other narrow access grinders 

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11 hours ago, Wilks said:

I know this is an old thread but it may interest some - We've been appointed as the UK distributor for the microBull range of compact loaders, we've machines and a good range of attachments in stock ready for demonstrations and delivery if anyone is interested, please don't hesitate to give me a call 01584711544 - 07976901536

 

 

Prices are advertised on our website and we can work out package deals on multiple attachments

FRANKALVITI.CO.UK

Please see below for the range of machines and attachments available - Prices shown are plus delivery and VAT Please...

 

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Astonishing bit of kit - does need rope guides on the capstan winch tho. K

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I know this is an old thread but it may interest some - We've been appointed as the UK distributor for the microBull range of compact loaders, we've machines and a good range of attachments in stock ready for demonstrations and delivery if anyone is interested, please don't hesitate to give me a call 01584711544 - 07976901536
 
 
Prices are advertised on our website and we can work out package deals on multiple attachments
FRANKALVITI.CO.UK
Please see below for the range of machines and attachments available - Prices shown are plus delivery and VAT Please...  
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Do you have any operators manual or similar to send? Our machine should arrive in few weeks and I heard that manual's are written in France so I would like to start translating those before it arrives.

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Is there a guard missing off the front of that machine? surely you don't pick stuff up with all those hoses, pump etc. right in the line of fire?

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1 hour ago, Kevm said:

Is there a guard missing off the front of that machine? surely you don't pick stuff up with all those hoses, pump etc. right in the line of fire?

Nah, that is just how they come but I've not heard of people dinging the gubbins or pulling out hoses.

   Stuart

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