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  1. Evening all I’m thinking of upgrading my tipper truck. Currently I have a VW LT46 down rated to a 3500KG but have considered a Mitsubishi canter 7.5 Ton or something similar. I was just curious on the pros and cons to having a 7.5 ton rather that a 3.5? if there cheaper to insure and keep on the road etc? Does anyone have any suggestions or advice? Thanks Nick
  2. hi guys, is anyone selling a chip truck at the moment? Preferably between £3000 and £5000. If not could you ask around? Many thanks, Jake. 07969146309.
  3. [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cto9h7dIVf8]Micro Arb Truc and Log Arch - YouTube[/ame] Narrow width Log Arch - Fits through gateways - good for getting large timbers from the back garden
  4. Hello Everyone, just a quick hello to all the Tree surgeons and Woodland owners out there, after 2 + years of designing and testing the micro arb truc & it bespoke attachments coupled with our launch of the Micro Arb Truc at the 2012 APF show we now feel it`s time to join arbtalk. I would like to thank our tree surgeon customers for their invaluable help in sharing the problems they have faced for many years in extracting/handling timber in it`s various forms from difficult site applications which has enabled myself to design and build useful narrow access attachments I noticed another thread from some time ago mentioning the similarity to the muck truck. Yes, the base unit is the Max version of a muck truck, to explain I have been supplying that product for many years to construction & landscaping as a basic unit through our parent company Fresh group, knowing the capabilities of the base unit I saw the potential to design my own bespoke micro arb attachments, hence we have promoted the whole range as "Micro Arb Truc product range". Sorry for any confusion this may have caused. If anyone has any questions/comments please feel free to contact myself (Keith Douglas)
  5. Eventually we get the website to a state of completion - New vids, pics and feedback will be added along the way and posted when we have them Questions or feedback welcome Video Gallery - MICRO ARB TRUC| Image Gallery Photo Gallery - MICRO ARB TRUC| Customer Videos/Photos Regards, Keith
  6. For hire (Reading area) Me & my micro arb trucks x 2, arb trough and trailer and other accessories I`ll save you time and money

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