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Old 15-05-2013, 08:52 AM
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http://www.theconstructionindex.co.u...ith-nudgeblade

Anybody seen one of these? I think it's a great idea, utilises the plant and labour 100%

It's maybe been on here before but I never noticed.
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Old 15-05-2013, 09:17 AM
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Never seen it before but it is a very novel idea. I can see it becoming very popular especially on the smaller sites.
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that is simply brilliant.ive often thought about it but never done nothing about it.im amazed farmers with stock don't buy dumpers and remove the skips and put three point linkage on the front and have scrapers for pushing slurry about.i certainly would if I still kept 2500 pigs
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It's maybe been on here before but I never noticed.
It's been somewhere before as I definetly remember seeing it. That said I get email updates from that site and may have seen it there.
If the manufacturers let the skip tip a little further or altered the front of the skip slightly you would be able to doze with the skip like I remember doing years ago .
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this is'nt a new design, think its been out years. this was covered either here or on pavingexpert site. think i had a job on a canal tow path and this was talked about. its a good tool though, i would have 1 if the job was right.
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Default Re: Dumper nudgeblade

even on my small tracked dumper that would be really useful. pretty simple to make too i guess
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Great looking extra, I think it's something we will offer as an option on our new dumpers we sell (Ausa), as they only offer a self loading attachment which works on the same principal but is a bucket that loads the skip. Always surprised they haven't taken off on smaller sites, ground care etc
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This is really going to screw with the CPCS, they struggled enough with roto tele-handlers.
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Old 18-05-2013, 09:29 AM
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This is really going to screw with the CPCS, they struggled enough with roto tele-handlers.
Didn't even consider that, but who really cares... Really. QUANGO

There's bound to be some bulb that stops its use thats for sure.
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This is really going to screw with the CPCS, they struggled enough with roto tele-handlers.
Fcuk the cpcs
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