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Old 11-12-2017, 06:56 PM
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Watching the vids on youtube they look incredible bits of kit the way they change from loader to excavator so seamlessly is brilliant can see why there so popular elsewhere just another thing that the uk is slow to take up
I like the vid of it towing a bale trailer and loading the trailer as it goes

Is it hydrostatic or torque converter and does the bucket on your one have somewhere to rest like the tracked ones when pushing into a pile ??
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Old 11-12-2017, 11:52 PM
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Is yours a pivot steer?
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Watching the vids on youtube they look incredible bits of kit the way they change from loader to excavator so seamlessly is brilliant can see why there so popular elsewhere just another thing that the uk is slow to take up
I like the vid of it towing a bale trailer and loading the trailer as it goes

Is it hydrostatic or torque converter and does the bucket on your one have somewhere to rest like the tracked ones when pushing into a pile ??
Hey Smiffy, Yea they are a real handy tool, as far as transmission I'm not sure to be honest I shall find out, Not on the wheeled ones it sort of rests against the legs if your really pushing hard but not really needed, the track ones have so much traction you can use them as a small dozer tbh hence the push plates

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Hey Mog, Yes the chassis is centre articulated like dumpers, I'll be back out on site tomorrow will get a few pictures for you
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Is it hydrostatic or torque converter a
Pretty sure, from my brief time under Alex's beasty, that it's hydraulic motor driving a conventional 'duck' type tranny set up ... certainly had two props from a central transfer/dropper unit .... but the man himself'll know for sure
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