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Awesome loader with charming operator for hire Norfolk/Suffolk


Tom Mabbutt
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19 hours ago, roys said:

If you were in South Scotland I would give you a days or two or three pulling out rhoddy with that wee beastie.😀

I would be well up for that if a little closer. Perfect tool for the job. I pulled out a gnarly windblown cherry stump the other day with it, easy. She'd love some rhody.

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You want a digger with a rotating grab for rhody. I love my Sherpa but trying to get hold of a stem in the air to pull only to have to let go and do it again would drive me mad. 
 

With a digger and rotating grab it’s just like bundling it all up with a giant hand. 

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