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Thanks guys for the replies regarding the plant trailer I am looking at and loading it with a 6T digger. It turns out that if you have a trailer with a load that overhangs more than 1.2m you just need to hang a red flag 500mm x 500mm, so with that news and the opinion it might just fit I think I will bight the bullet and try to buy it. On another note any advice on rotators, to worm or not to worm is the question?

 

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On 07/06/2019 at 10:46, topchippyles said:

Same as my yanmar b-15 ,I will take some photos as it on my machine at the moment and will upload them tomorrow 

Sorry for the delay but here is the attachment on my machine

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Not arb but a few jobs to do at home today telehandler dead and tractors away on a job so digger being versatile

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On 12/06/2019 at 10:28, BunyipBen said:

Thanks guys for the replies regarding the plant trailer I am looking at and loading it with a 6T digger. It turns out that if you have a trailer with a load that overhangs more than 1.2m you just need to hang a red flag 500mm x 500mm, so with that news and the opinion it might just fit I think I will bight the bullet and try to buy it. On another note any advice on rotators, to worm or not to worm is the question?

 

ExcavatorRigidMountRotatorsWormDrive_20190116.pdf

LogGrabGrappleTG25PROS.jpg

Grab and rotator off a crane is a different beast to one that will work well or last on a 360. It will be ok if its just dangling on the arm as it would on a crane but if its to be used to hold/lift  vertically the top plate of the grab and the rotator will need to be quite beefy.

 

Bob

 

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