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crane fed pto chipper hire needed south wales

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clueless   

as the title says; anyone in south wales running a tractor mounted crane fed chipper?

 

i have a couple of days work clearing some piles of brash near bridgend that i would like you to give me a price for doing. or if you know of anyone who has one??

 

cheers

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PeteB   

Clueless

 

I have both a crane and a crane fed chipper for sale:sneaky2:

 

Regards

 

PeteB

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Call call craig Anstee (Anstee tree felling) he has the kit. Using him on a clearance job around Neath at the mo, plus he comes from Bridgend. 07779 132758

 

hope this helps. If you can't contact him call me on 07979 752275. Tell him Stewart put you in contact.

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clueless   

pics? will maybe get a few up tomorrow but i'm talking just your generic heap of <4" ash & hawthorn which has developed after a little bit of thinning over winter.

 

theres about half a dozen fairly dense piles about 5m x 5m x 3m it needs shifted so i can put a hardstanding down so i dont get so bleedin muddy this winter.

 

i was toying with the idea of handballing it all into the 6" towalong but its not really roadside thats the problem. plus i'm lazy this month.

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cool, let me have a think about the box, thats a great price for the digger. i nearly bought one years ago for crane feeding my chipper on the mog, i was going to put it on the front of the mog and take it to jobs, but they were a lot newer then and i couldnt justify it.

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clueless   

she'd stick out a fair bit though! thats a good idea but have you seen the reach on them? i was toying with the idea of sitting it on a little trailer chassis and using it as a forwarder around my place but the reach doesnt really justify it. you would struggle to pick up more than a grab full of brash though i dont think you would get any logs moved with it because of the stability.

actually i just rememeber i did a job in the village a few years ago and took the digger there in a grain bucket on the telehandler. had some looks that morning fair play.

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