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Excellent bit of kit and efficient , I love the get the job done attitude in Europe , that would have the motorway down to one lane here lol .

 

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And the winner is???

 

Brilliant thought out piece of kit!

Do you have a link to your felling grapple!

 

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Sorry if this subject had been covered : If your mini digger was around 2.5ton , then you add a rota grab ( weight? ) would this outfit get under the 3500kg tow limit ? Thanks john

 

 

Depends what the trailer weighs! I can get my 2.8 ton excavator on a 10ft ifor 3.5t flatbed. Buckets and attachments have to go into the landrover pickup bed to keep it legal, but this is not a problem as it adds ballast weight to the landrover, makes it a bit safer.

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