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Hook Lift Trailers

Discussion in 'Trailers' started by renaudineau, Nov 17, 2014.

  1. barklee

    barklee Senior Member

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    Are you guys using a Stellar Shuttle hoists on your trailers? That A frame looks just like the two Stellars we have.
     
  2. Simplize

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    Its called copy catting. The internet shows too much information.
     
  3. renaudineau

    renaudineau Well-Known Member

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    you mean Stellar copied Stronga, in Europe Hook Lift systems are very common. We use our own systems developed over the years, if you take the time to look carefully you will see an evolution in the design of our systems. Ampliroll, palfinger, Hiab, who copied who?

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  4. barklee

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    I wasnt suggesting you copied them directly.... I thought maybe you purchased parts and pieces from Stellar and assembled your own.
    I suppose theres only so many ways you can build one of these anyway..... After i looked again i noticed some of your other models look more like a Swaploader, Ampliroll, etc.
    Is there some advantage or disadvantage to the A frame style arm?
     
  5. renaudineau

    renaudineau Well-Known Member

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    My answer was for the other guy (Simplize)
    The A style is easier and cheaper to build but the main drawback is the length limitation of the containers, a difference of 2 feet unlike the JIB version that allows the loading of containers with greater length differences, up to 6 feet depending on the model
     
  6. renaudineau

    renaudineau Well-Known Member

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    It's a go for New-York...


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  7. renaudineau

    renaudineau Well-Known Member

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    This one is going to Montreal today...


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  8. Simardj

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    Reno, Nevada office

    We are planning to open an office in Reno, Nevada during the month of July 2015. We'll keep you posted

    Thanks for your support!
     
  9. renaudineau

    renaudineau Well-Known Member

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    Here are our three new trailers of May with 15 containers and 2 platform

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    renaudineau Well-Known Member

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    another one ready to work

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  11. barnbuilder

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    I really like that first trailer in your first post. Wish I wouldn't have just bought a trailer. You have an enclosed container also?
     
  12. renaudineau

    renaudineau Well-Known Member

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    Hi Barnbuilder

    Yes we have enclosed trailers from 12 to 18' lenght
    what trailer are you talking about, the black one or the 2 axles double wheel ?

    See your MP
     
  13. renaudineau

    renaudineau Well-Known Member

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    Our demo for the USA is almost ready to go, it will be shipped from Quebec city September, 10 th.
    First stop in Springdale Arkansas. we will tow it through, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and Nevada.
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  14. renaudineau

    renaudineau Well-Known Member

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    Two full load today for Arkansas

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  15. renaudineau

    renaudineau Well-Known Member

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    a new accessory for our Trucks and trailers, 16 CU/YD Rear Loader Compactor Hook Lift type


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  16. CM1995

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    Nice. When I was a partner in a garbage collection company we looked into getting one of these bodies for our hook lift and going after residential collection. It's the perfect add on for breaking into that side of the business. Drop the body and pull roll offs and then run a residential route.
     
  17. renaudineau

    renaudineau Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for the comment CM1995, we are working hard to convince small municipalities that Hook Lift System is a smart choice to reduce the size of fleets.
     
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    Almost ready to go, picture time and road test to do

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    Final Tests

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    renaudineau Well-Known Member

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    We are now working on a new design for one of our customer in Guyana (South America) a Skip Trailer 8 tons lifting capacity, bins from 5 to 12 cu/yd
    The design is done, we will start to built the first one next week, 9 are sold


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