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I'm thinking about getting a mini digger 1.6t-2t 

i would like to use it to run a flail on small site clearance work, we are using brush cutters at the moment 

can a small machine run a flail


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5 hours ago, Stephen Blair said:

The answer is yes, your expectations should reflect your machine choice.
Got a new c1e445dcee0ab2312b43aed1254d73ab.jpg38665c4eb313ba18edbbf706150b62cb.jpgTow tug for the digger!500578bf0602ea357b4a22cd0a12550a.jpg

Nice one! Love the hiab bit, for when you've left the digger on site and decide you need some attachment left back at the yard. You still got that 3cx?

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No 3cx was just a part X on the 8 tonner. Sold it on.
All the attachments will now love on the Mog.
No more hand balling a 150 kg grab into a transit myself!

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Stephen good looking combination there, birthdays a!   just about to join this section I think, a little fine tuning 1stexcavator.JPG.2f63d029ce531e830c1c035f57133312.JPG

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