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Land clearance with GT950 power

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This GT950 on demo yesterday, cleared an area of 3m high scrub in 15 mins, using a flail attachment. With up to 94l/min auxiliary hydraulic flow the GT950 can run some really powerful attachments. With 1960kgs max tipping load, it makes a really stable loader too.

 

This machine now lives on a shooting estate near Street, Somerset and is available to see and demo to anyone in the area who wishes to plan a visit.

 

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