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xcentric anyone?

Discussion in 'Demolition' started by Spangles, Nov 12, 2013.

  1. Spangles

    Spangles Well-Known Member

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    mitch504 Senior Member

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    My first thought on seeing that title was: "Most of the members here."
     
  3. caterpillarmech

    caterpillarmech Senior Member

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    Agreed. I like the idea of it. Don't know if it would handle some of the flint and dolomite around here. We need to get a sales rep on this side of the pond first.
     
  4. buckfever

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    Looks like it would great on shale but getting in harder limestone would probably slow it down quit a bit.
     
  5. John C.

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    I got a PM about it about six months ago and found a dealer in British Columbia. I contacted them and asked for some literature and never received anything. That particular dealer also sold breakers so I'm thinking they want to sell those over the Excentrics.

    I watched lots of videos and it looks to work good without throwing all those impact spikes into the carrier. I agree with caterpillarmech in that they have to get some demo units here and a dealer serious about selling them.
     
  6. Spangles

    Spangles Well-Known Member

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    Well gentleman, on this side of the pond, straight from the stealer's mouth, quote to suit a volvo bl71: Net Price……….£15’200.00 + vat (20%)
    Atlas Copco it is then.
     
  7. cutting edge

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    Ive seen a couple of them at work up here in BC. Asked the operators about them, apparently they work really well with few problems