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On 10/08/2019 at 08:47, monkeybusiness said:

Look at the Takeuchi TB260 and Kubota 57 too - they are the best machines in that weight class imo.

I’m sure Eddie would be recommending the Kubota KX57-4.

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On 10/08/2019 at 09:42, Stephen Blair said:

Grafted double pop stump took a bit of wrestling!

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What attachment do you use? A ripper or small bucket?

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11 hours ago, dig-dug-dan said:

What attachment do you use? A ripper or small bucket?

Just a narrow bucket, I’ll keep my eyes peeled for a ripper tooth though Dan.

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1 hour ago, Big J said:

What is the felling capacity Eddie? 

Various options are available depending on your application.

I specialise in high compliance or short window of time applications as that’s where this machine comes into its own.

 

Minimum hire refers to the fact I’m prepared to turn the machine out for single day hires, where it’s use under possessions or closures can have huge benefits over simply trying to flood a job with men.

 

This was a single day under a road closure and Powerlines being dropped.

In and out, Hans Habbig Shear, Grapple Saw under the Engcon and last step cuts by hand.

All laid out for following Biomass Chipper guys.

 

Gives some idea of what it can achieve in a short window.

 

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Eddie.

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I know what I can do myself with my 3 tonner and wee shear and grab, your output will be amazing!

1 man 1 machine, job done!

 I’m wanting a shear for my 3cx, how do I get around the extra dig so I can use that as well as grab/shear Eddie.

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1 hour ago, Stephen Blair said:

I know what I can do myself with my 3 tonner and wee shear and grab, your output will be amazing!

1 man 1 machine, job done!

 I’m wanting a shear for my 3cx, how do I get around the extra dig so I can use that as well as grab/shear Eddie.

You would need to let me know what controls you currently have?

Sticks or Servos, Foot pedal or Roller for Extending Dipper?

 

 

Eddie.

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