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Old 11-12-2017, 02:11 PM
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whats a rough figure on how much this tilty set up cost
With full SVAB control system but direct mount it was
10k two and a half years ago
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Old 11-12-2017, 02:14 PM
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lovely piece of work Boyo ...... looks like real nice digging too
Cheers. It was a nice job. Just over the hill from you at hay on Wye.
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Old 11-12-2017, 02:57 PM
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Great job made of the pond dig matey.
Now I want a bigger digger with a tilty
BTW - how was the pond lined after you had worked your magic?
Have a similar pond to do next year
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Where's that Engcon employee....? You have managed to achieve something they have never been able to, a Video that shows a application where a tiltrotator has made all the difference!

Lovely workmanship. And highlights what they can be used to achieve perfectly!
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And highlights what they can be used to achieve perfectly!
Thought exactly the same myself

makes a change from watching someone finding a way to complicate an easy job
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Where's that Engcon employee....? You have managed to achieve something they have never been able to, a Video that shows a application where a tiltrotator has made all the difference!

Lovely workmanship. And highlights what they can be used to achieve perfectly!
I agree. One if the best Engcon videos Iíve seen. Using it where it is needed, not endless twirling it because you can.
Even getting nice comments on YouTube rather than the normal idiots saying you are doing it all wrong.
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Just Watched it again which is unusual.

If I was looking to build small garden ponds or small scale landscaping you would of just sold a unit. Absolutely no way conventional could match that in cost terms. Would say to dig and line that conventionally would be upwards of two days work at £350 per day.... You have dug and lined in in one pass in i'd guess a couple hours.

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Great video also subscribed.
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Where's that Engcon employee....? You have managed to achieve something they have never been able to, a Video that shows an application where a tiltrotator has made all the difference!

Lovely workmanship. And highlights what they can be used to achieve perfectly!
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I agree. One of the best Engcon videos Iíve seen. Using it where it is needed, not endless twirling it because you can.
Even getting nice comments on YouTube rather than the normal idiots saying you are doing it all wrong.
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Just Watched it again which is unusual.

If I was looking to build small garden ponds or small scale landscaping you would of just sold a unit. Absolutely no way conventional could match that in cost terms. Would say to dig and line that conventionally would be upwards of two days work at £350 per day.... You have dug and lined in in one pass in i'd guess a couple hours.

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I'd second every word guys ... lovely work, executed beautifully, with minimum fuss and the perfect tool for the job ......... now where's Robert
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Old 12-12-2017, 11:25 AM
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Where's that Engcon employee....? You have managed to achieve something they have never been able to, a Video that shows a application where a tiltrotator has made all the difference!

Lovely workmanship. And highlights what they can be used to achieve perfectly!
Absolutely textbook demo of what tilties are all about - well done, Grifferr

Well said, Rory A real operator, doing real projects is always going to look more authentic than a set-piece video, but you're right; we must try harder.

I'll work on it.....

regards

Robert
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