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Bought first avant with forks and bucket then added four in one bucket, broom, post auger, post knocker, flail, grader, abi cultivator, bulk bucket, turf layer, snow blade, light duty bucket,dozer blade, toothed bucket,bag lifter, crane jib,rotary mower I’m lucky dealer near me also has hire fleet so hire in rotavator power box rake, stone burier, seeder currently on third machine 

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Depends a lot upon what kind of work you want to us it for!

 

The 4-in-1 bucket is essential for any kind of earthmoving or groundworks. A standard bucket doesn’t even come close. 
 

Pallet forks are useful for all sorts, and I’d consider them standard fare. 
 

a post knocker or an auger is handy for field and domestic fencing respectively. 
 

What kind of grab to chose is a contentious issue- a lot depends upon how you work jobs and what you want to use it for. Really we need to know what kind of jobs you have lined up for it!

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36 minutes ago, dumper said:

Bought first avant with forks and bucket then added four in one bucket, broom, post auger, post knocker, flail, grader, abi cultivator, bulk bucket, turf layer, snow blade, light duty bucket,dozer blade, toothed bucket,bag lifter, crane jib,rotary mower I’m lucky dealer near me also has hire fleet so hire in rotavator power box rake, stone burier, seeder currently on third machine 

Which abi attachment have you got and how do you find it?

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56 minutes ago, tcfengineering said:

Thanks for the answers. Are you all buying the attachments from Avant/mult-one, or aftermarket ? I presume that they are pretty expensive for what they are.

No look about multione and avant buy in most of the attachments a good poke around the internet can usually find options italy is a good place to start

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13 minutes ago, dumper said:

Got the mini sr grading imported from USA very clever bit of kit 

The one without wheels? I think it looks excellent. Easy importing it? I really should make a small one for my little machine. I suspect the abi one would be too big. 

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