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chris ashton

Wanted Arb/Chip/tree truck 6t ish

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Hi all

 

I'm looking for a replacement for my old Iveco 3.5t arb truck 2001

 

Want Iveco 6.2t proper arb truck or similar 2005-2008 ish

 

My Vermeer 10" chipper weighs 2050kg and I have to stay under my license restriction of 8250kg max train weight

 

8250kg - 2050kg = 6200kg max truck weight

 

Would consider other makes Isuzu/Mitsubishi/Renault/Mercedes

 

If you have had one and had a good/bad experience please share it

 

Chris Ashton

 

[http://www.specialbranch-treesurgery.com]

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