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Hi Eddie,, very tidy setup you have got with the kubota and the front winch.. Just wondering where you got the hudraulic pump made up to run the winch from??? I've been wanting to do this to an igland winch that I have but everywhere I have looked , the pump doesnt have enough power ?

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Hi Eddie,, very tidy setup you have got with the kubota and the front winch.. Just wondering where you got the hudraulic pump made up to run the winch from??? I've been wanting to do this to an igland winch that I have but everywhere I have looked , the pump doesnt have enough power ?

 

 

For an Igland I'd go straight to A&B Services in Scotland as they do Hydraulic ones fitted to Excavators.

 

 

Eddie.

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Thanks , thats where I bought the winch from many moons ago. The winch isnt a 3pl , it would be fixed..I was thinking of doing it like they show one on they're website.. My farther phoned them about doing it but they said that getting a hydraulic pump to turn a pto winch doesnt work??? How do you find yours?? Does it work just as good on hydraulic as it does on tractor pto?

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Thanks , thats where I bought the winch from many moons ago. The winch isnt a 3pl , it would be fixed..I was thinking of doing it like they show one on they're website.. My farther phoned them about doing it but they said that getting a hydraulic pump to turn a pto winch doesnt work??? How do you find yours?? Does it work just as good on hydraulic as it does on tractor pto?

 

It works perfectly with a Motor, but an excavator obviously has a very good hydraulic system at it's heart.

I think Wilsons had a customer do an Igland too with a hydraulic motor and sprocket to the chain drive.

 

Eddie.

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Kubota and Heizo on a pipeline clearance job- kubota tows machine around site, can lock the chipper ball hitch open so you don't need to leave the cab to hitch and unhitch the machine just raise and lower the dozer blade

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These wheels are usually used for cutting Tarmac especially in Scandinavia, but this guy has combined the Integral Gripper of his Engcon unit and his Pizza Cutter to a whole new level.

These Mini Rubber Ducks are going to explode one day in the UK marketplace, as they are just so versatile.:thumbup1:

 

 

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Eddie.

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Plenty of 8 ton Takeuchis by me but same old issue ,getting the right rates for them , excellent machines and common has muck in Sunny Spain .

 

Ste

 

Even harder getting the right man in the seat of them!

 

 

Eddie.

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