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Anyone thinking of selling a loader. Avant or similar

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I’d be looking at other options or thinking out the box for something  that would do the same job. Avants seem to be the flavour of the moment and fetch crazy money. JCB 403 or similar are out there in good numbers and for far less money. 

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10 hours ago, Johnsond said:

I’d be looking at other options or thinking out the box for something  that would do the same job. Avants seem to be the flavour of the moment and fetch crazy money. JCB 403 or similar are out there in good numbers and for far less money. 

Ditto,, 

I have a Tobroco Giant 204 all steel not plastic panels, Kirkland machinery had some deals on them when I last looked. 

My brother has driven both Avant and the Giant and says giant all day long for move ability. 

 

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55 minutes ago, Stihl123 said:

Sold the digger and I've found something so we'll see what happens!! 

😁

2nd hand Multione  - rarer than a Brexit uniqorn!!


You won’t find one because nobody lets them go once they’ve had one (except @Mick Dempsey, flash bastard got a bigger one 😂)

 

 

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ended up getting one of these

pretty impressed with what it'll do for the size and weight

before anyone kicks off, i'm waiting for the forks to be made but until then, enjoy the poly rope :D

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43 minutes ago, Stihl123 said:

ended up getting one of these

pretty impressed with what it'll do for the size and weight

before anyone kicks off, i'm waiting for the forks to be made but until then, enjoy the poly rope :D

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Never mind the poly rope....  Show us more of the BBQ trailer!

 

Is that how you feed the lads on the job?  You'd be a contender for best boss - possibly even surpassing Mr Korrigan's 3 course lunch with vino!!

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39 minutes ago, kevinjohnsonmbe said:

Never mind the poly rope....  Show us more of the BBQ trailer!

 

Is that how you feed the lads on the job?  You'd be a contender for best boss - possibly even surpassing Mr Korrigan's 3 course lunch with vino!!

:D i thought people would be more interested in that!

 

unfortunately it's nothing to do with me, mate converted it. have had a few meals from it tho

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1 hour ago, doobin said:

How much was that loader then?

4.6, yes way too much but sold digger and needed something

did some with auger attachment and 3 augers 

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