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New range of forestry trailers

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Hi All,

 

Just thought I would post some pictures of some of the forestry trailers we have recently suppled.

 

We started importing the 7+ ton forestry trailers from Oniar about 18 months ago (taking over from a previous importer), and also the 1.5-5 ton trailers from Coma about the same time and since then this range of trailers has become increasingly popular.

 

The factorys offer an exceptional range of strong but well priced trailers.

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Morning Jim,

 

Those smaller ones with the extendable cranes look a nice bit of kit. Do they do a 3-4t trailer with 4(ish)m crane and is there a hydraulic drive opition?

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Morning Jim,

 

Those smaller ones with the extendable cranes look a nice bit of kit. Do they do a 3-4t trailer with 4(ish)m crane and is there a hydraulic drive opition?

 

Hi Chris,

 

Yes, we can do a 3 ton trailer with 2 wheel drive, and a 4.7m reach crane. Lifts 350kg at full reach! Retail price would be about £9500+vat

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Can the crane's on any of the larger models be lifted of and used as linkage mounts similar to the botex 360tl?

 

sent while pretending to do something important on my mobile.

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Essentially, yes. The cranes come with linkage mounting, but they bolt to the trailer. So you would have to unbolt (I think 9 bolts) to remove the crane.

I'm not sure how that compares to the botex as I have never demounted a botex from a trailer.

 

I must admit though, I would be extremely wary of supplying a crane that lifts 3/4 ton at 7m out to be fitted on a linkage! I think you would start snapping linkage bits putting that sort of force on it.

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That's my old Unimog in the pic, recognise that beast anywhere!

 

Its a nice bit of kit! I think the customer has a couple of them.

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Can you put a link up to your website or an email so I can pass it on to a client who is looking to get a new trailer and crane to sort timber in the biomass yard ready for me too chip it and thinning extraction around the estate.

 

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