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Unusual excavator/dumper

Discussion in 'Excavators' started by Graham1, Aug 31, 2012.

  1. Graham1

    Graham1 Senior Member

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  2. SeaMac

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    Different, for sure!
     
  3. TrentNz

    TrentNz Well-Known Member

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    Thats cool!
     
  4. jimmy7

    jimmy7 New Member

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    that looks kind of cool!
     
  5. Axle

    Axle Well-Known Member

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    If ebay uk is like ebay com, here are the photos for future reference.
     

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  6. LedgeEnd

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    Here it is:
    Loader-Dump.jpg
     
  7. Hendrik

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    At a guess I would say this machine is designed to work in peat bogs, perhaps drain cleaning?
    Probably aimed at the farmer/one man operation market?
     
  8. D&GExcavating

    D&GExcavating Senior Member

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    0 bids :laugh