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I am by no way qualified to answer your question from a forestry operations perspective, but I will say that you appear to be comparing two different machines in looking at a 5.4m Moheda and comparing it to a 6.7m KTS - might the more valid comparison be against the 5.3m KTS so you are looking at like for like?


That said, to my untrained eye the KTS looks to be a well thought out machine and, even when comparing the 5.3 instead of the 6.7, looks to outperform the Moheda. 


What I don't understand is that the info for the K41T appears to say that it has a max reach of 6.5m yet in the performance tale it quotes a max outreach of 5.3m.  Is the difference due to the dustance between the pivot point of the crane and the edge of the trailer/carriage?


Realise that this will probably be totally wrong but it's shite weather outside and I'm trying to avoid taking the dog for a walk!


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I’ve had a KTS trailer with the 6.7m crane for a few years and am happy with it. The grab is not the best (the crane will lift more than the grab will keep hold of) but for the money they are very good. When it came I took it to a local fabricators to get a frame made for the spool block and they commented on how well built and thought out everything was. 
I don’t have any experience of the Moheda though I’m afraid. 

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