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12 hours ago, IronMike said:

That's some proper p0rn there Eddie! 

I am inclined to agree!

 

Love mechanical tree harvesting if whatever form it takes. Just makes chainsaw work seem so obsolete!

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39 minutes ago, Big J said:

I am inclined to agree!

 

Love mechanical tree harvesting if whatever form it takes. Just makes chainsaw work seem so obsolete!

That’ll never be obsolete, nothing more important than the Banksman/Cutter working with me, simply can’t do it without them.

Don’t like making them work hard though.😀

 

If you want some unashamed porn, here’s basically the same setup and attachments that’ll be available shortly in action.

Power and Versatility.👍

 

 

 

 

Eddie.

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9 hours ago, LGP Eddie said:

That’ll never be obsolete, nothing more important than the Banksman/Cutter working with me, simply can’t do it without them.

Don’t like making them work hard though.😀

 

If you want some unashamed porn, here’s basically the same setup and attachments that’ll be available shortly in action.

Power and Versatility.👍

 

 

 

 

Eddie.

Cracking bit of kit. It needs some way of retracting those hoses so they dont dangle down in a loop. Also, i presume not much cop on wet ground?

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51 minutes ago, dig-dug-dan said:

Cracking bit of kit. It needs some way of retracting those hoses so they dont dangle down in a loop. Also, i presume not much cop on wet ground?

You’d be surprised by the hoses, I had a similar setup on my Extension beam and most Harvesters are like this, not anticipating any real issues with them.

You simply can’t have them inside and get the flow for the bigger attachments.

 

Yes a bit of thought required before venturing too far off the hard, but always throw a few bog mats about easy with it for the odd bit here and there.

 

Needs a TMK400 Shear sorting out for it now to make it some roadside weapon.

 

 

Eddie.

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Had a brilliant day at LAMMA show yesterday. It’s been very contentious the move to the NEC by all accounts and some of the big boys didn’t take stands at the new venue.

It got a massive thumbs up from me, no traffic hassle getting in or out, parked straight up on tarmac, great facilities, no hyper inflated food prices, and enjoyed walking around in the warm in normal clothes, not dressed for the Arctic!

The place was absolutely buzzing and I think the big boys may have just made the wrong call.

 

All sorts of kit about, plenty of Tree Shears dotted about, Molson brought along a lovely Two Piece Boom Kobelco 8 tonner, JCB had a tidy new generation of Loadall out, claiming a 50% reduction in cab noise that I’d think simply impossible?

Some unreal big kit, Tractors and Harvesters that are just a house with 4 wheels! No way is current road legislation up to date for some of this stuff, they make Trucks look like toys!

 

Some great smaller stands as ever, found a remote trailer reversing light kit readily available that’s been discussed on here.

 

Hope all that exhibited had their efforts well rewarded.

 

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Eddie.

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9 minutes ago, Eddie Coyle said:

Our bandit intimidator 18xp fed by our 6t bobcat E45 with tiger grab. Works an absolute treat.

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Shiny shiny! Mega setup there boyo!

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9 hours ago, Eddie Coyle said:

Our bandit intimidator 18xp fed by our 6t bobcat E45 with tiger grab. Works an absolute treat.

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Often wondered why these machines need a green flashing light?

Dont get me started on the highway maintainence sticker!

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