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GreenMech Evo205DT (fixed base tracked) and Tri Axle Stolen.


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54 minutes ago, MattyF said:

I would love to see the actual figures of how many chippers get stolen … out of 7 I’ve owned four have been stolen .. I would estimate it at around 50% of machines will get stolen maybe 90% or more depending on area.

it’s a bloody big problem any way. 

But where do they go? 
My theory is they’re after the engines.

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Where I live the most things that get stolen are outboard boat engines, livestock trailers and quadbikes.

hardly anybody risks leaving outboards on boats anymore.

there have been a few instances in recent years, where outboards without trackers have been stolen while no attempt to take the ones nearby with trackers fitted.

 The thieves seem to be well equipped and plan their thefts really well.

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