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John in Scotland

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Did you get the one with double rams.


If you don't mind me asking how much did that set you back?


I think it is double ram yes.


Just over £4k+vat. Not cheap but you can see where the money goes. Ours will come on a trailer and with its own engine.



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Far too heavy for linkage, weighed about 6 ton! It has pallet slots in the middle for a telehandler. The linkage is so it doesnt flip when the PTO is driving it. Needs about 140HP.

60 ton, biggest in the UK.


I have lots more pictures of various big splitters we have supplied, but I'm not sure the OP is looking for anything quite that large!

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