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woodland digging

digging

10 Comments

  • + 1
 the bucket is too "sticky" when dealing with wet clay, the wet clay just sticks to it and does not want to detach from the bucket Frown


the blade is the only tool to use in wet conditions as you can put the full weight (5 tonne) of the machine behind it...and the clay cannot stick so easily
  • + 1
 you can but its cheaper to hire for a week as you need site delivery, site insurance (against machine damage) and extra fuel

expect to pay GBP£600 a week from a commerical hirer, and you also need someone to drive the machine

I spent months driving a similar machine on the LDJ project in East London so have some experience, the first few days at Esher X have been 'rusty' but its all come back and I am making much better transitional moves and shapes now!
  • + 2
 Not trying to annoy youSmile

See how our comments have stuck together and you got a dash alert about it?
If you push reply then people'll know when you've replied. So they'll see your helpful and informative posts.Salute
  • + 1
 how do you do that pb Smile thing?
  • + 1
 :salut:

Add an "e" to the end to make "salute"
Salute
  • + 1
 can you like hire these for a day
  • + 1
 Bored of bikes now, Rob?! Haha
  • + 1
 would of thought u would of been best of using the bucket
  • + 1
 I wish I had a digger

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