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Old 05-08-2017, 08:03 PM
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If you dont mind me asking who did you deal with a bobcat of london? Ive been talking with daren and told them that you recommended them, he says he remembers you.
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nobody, i just knew lots of customers from my way dealing with them and recommending them 100%

never dealt with them in my life glad its working out
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sorry i missed this

nobody, i just knew lots of customers from my way dealing with them and recommending them 100%

never dealt with them in my life glad its working out
He said he knew your name and something to do with llynch. Iirc.
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Old 05-08-2017, 08:32 PM
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Thank you for the update - considering an E10
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Thank you for the update - considering an E10
No problem, they are fantastic little machines and I've put them out where it wants a 1.5t machine and no one has complained.

I've just bought a doosan dx19 which is a bobcat painted orange, so we will see how that goes. This time doosan was the best price wise.

So if you are considering an e10 then look at the doosan dx10z, they are the same machine just a different colour.
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Machine still OK? Current 0% finance package is tempting. If I get the next large patio job I'm quoting I think I'll have one.

Do you know offhand what size pins and centres it has?
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Old 10-10-2017, 07:19 PM
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Yes running spot on, with no further issues bar the burst hose as mentioned. I will be replacing it with another without hesitation. The best thing is that it is a true zero tail swing and makes it our work alot easier to do.

If your using the hammer make sure you get one with the demo kit, it adds an hydraulic cooler. Mine handles the hammer well too.

They are 30mm pins, 125mm ctr to ctr and 110mm between lugs.
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Dealerships looking a bit few and far between in the south. Given 0% makes Doosan very attractive new purchase. How much will the dealers be charging for mileage and time when doing service and repairs? Is there a mobile fitter based in the south/east perhaps?
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Yes running spot on, with no further issues bar the burst hose as mentioned. I will be replacing it with another without hesitation. The best thing is that it is a true zero tail swing and makes it our work alot easier to do.

If your using the hammer make sure you get one with the demo kit, it adds an hydraulic cooler. Mine handles the hammer well too.

They are 30mm pins, 125mm ctr to ctr and 110mm between lugs.
You couldn't make it up. That's exactly the spacings I need!
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