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This is our U140L which we've had for almost 2 years now.  Has undergone extensive overhaul since purchase ti bring it up to spec. Amongst many other things this included fabrication of a new Ally chipbox and the fitting of a Versalift 36NF Boom. It is an incredibly productive machine when on site and really shows up your usual 2 man and a van setup.

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14 hours ago, landyman said:

This is our U140L which we've had for almost 2 years now.  Has undergone extensive overhaul since purchase ti bring it up to spec. Amongst many other things this included fabrication of a new Ally chipbox and the fitting of a Versalift 36NF Boom. It is an incredibly productive machine when on site and really shows up your usual 2 man and a van setup.

2017-09-29 11.46.00.jpg

2016-01-26 12.34.09.jpg

2016-02-09 15.46.30.jpg

2017-05-05 11.54.19.jpg

Hi what type of chipper is that?

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17 hours ago, landyman said:

This is our U140L which we've had for almost 2 years now.  Has undergone extensive overhaul since purchase ti bring it up to spec. Amongst many other things this included fabrication of a new Ally chipbox and the fitting of a Versalift 36NF Boom.

That's like a Swiss army knife, handy.

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On 17/08/2017 at 16:05, htb said:

Just followed a mog up the A96 to huntly at 50mph +. Single axle grain trailer hydraulic brakes not connected!!!

It’s a Unimog you can do what the hell you like, even get away with murder apparently.

 

Hucks on the money, we used to take our Botex on the motorway... not anymore as we sold 2 of our Unimogs this week and bought a tractor.

 

Tried to convert our Muller trailer with timber bolsters which is 13ton and road legal behind a Unimog on motorways.

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37 minutes ago, landyman said:

It's a ducker hf560 chipper.

Is that uprated from 7.5ton to take all the mods?

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