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Giant wheel loader by Tobroko

Discussion in 'Compact Wheel Loaders' started by Hardline, Oct 14, 2014.

  1. Hardline

    Hardline Senior Member

    Nov 29, 2009
    Small business owner
    Waxahachie Texas
    Trying to do a little searching for a customer. He has a Case 021E and a JD 244J and just called and wants me to give a look over on a Giant machine that are going to be imported into the states.These machines are designed and built in Tobroco's modern factory in Oisterwijk (Holland). That is what I can find on the web on them. I guess there are a couple machines that are supposed to be here in the states soon and wants me to put my eyes on them while they are in route to there destination. Does anyone have any first hand experience with them? Are they quality built machines? Thanks JJ
  2. didden6

    didden6 Member

    Jun 26, 2013
    yes im from belgium and i work for an official dealer of giant.
    my opinion is that they are very reliable only 1 con if you turn with a load on the pallet fork or an other att it will fall on its side but this can be helped with the stabilo pack witch we invented and patented but you can order it from tobroko
    my mail adress is stijndidden7@gmail.com if you are interested let me know :)