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Enjoying the digger and grab combo. Just wish we'd had it years ago!

 

how do you get on with that grab?,I have one the same and find it really useful.

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I will never forget a job on a new school being built , the forks driver never showed up so site agent on to agency for replacement,along came macho bob the builder fresh with a shed load of tickets ......previous driver left tele-handler in Crab Steer ,enough said .

Agent back on phone to agency for another driver ,he wiped out the scaffolding!!

 

Ste

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how do you get on with that grab?,I have one the same and find it really useful.

 

Blooming great! Been out again this week shifting the big lumps and getting the brash as close to the chipper as pos.

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Found it on eBay, went to pick up a single ram version he'd got advertised but said this was the same price! Win win

Will look out the invoice but he did say they were the last few before a new design.

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Found it on eBay, went to pick up a single ram version he'd got advertised but said this was the same price! Win win

Will look out the invoice but he did say they were the last few before a new design.

 

Got mine on ebay from a company called four ashes equestrian near Marshfield wilts. I bought a backhoe for my little kubota tractor the same time. iirc the grapple was only about £330!

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Swapped my FAE Head in for the just released version and seriously impressed so far.:thumb up:

 

This place is a total voyage of discovery, and a real challenge, but satisfying when you see where you've been.

 

 

Eddie.

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