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Engcon UK

Engcon UK

The Noble Art of Digging
Interesting one this. Opposite end of the scale to the two Ollies and others.

Two DX63s (from memory) ordered at Plantworx. Owner wanted just a simple tilt and rotate function onto a well-sorted machine with an existing quick hitch line and two proportional circuits. Direct mount.

No control system, just plug and play.

Pin the tilty on, make up the hoses and away you go.

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wee_gus

wee_gus

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Anymore photos? Was this the ones Neil and Glenn done?
 
tinydigger

tinydigger

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looks a nice simple set up to get them started in the tilty game .was that work done at lamberts yard in garboldisham? as it looks familer to me also if i think it is the same company based in north norfolk then i do the inspections on all there lifting gear
 
Engcon UK

Engcon UK

The Noble Art of Digging
looks a nice simple set up to get them started in the tilty game .was that work done at lamberts yard in garboldisham? as it looks familer to me also if i think it is the same company based in north norfolk then i do the inspections on all there lifting gear
Yes. Ordered through Mervyn Lambert five or six weeks ago.👍
 
V8Druid

V8Druid

do it as well as you can,but learn to do it better
presumably Robert, a gripper and aux would still be an option, all be it with an either/or set up on diverters?? :unsure:
 
Engcon UK

Engcon UK

The Noble Art of Digging
presumably Robert, a gripper and aux would still be an option, all be it with an either/or set up on diverters?? :unsure:
Depending on the specification, Graham. Ordinarily the SS0 setup (no control system) comes without a swivel, so there are no extra services below the tilty.

I was quite surprised a couple of years ago when an existing customer (of our higher specification DC2 systems) bought one of these for a W-N ET90. He made the point that the digger was only ever going to be used for landscaping and this was the most cost effective solution.

On reflection, I think he was right. If you need the extra services, go for SS9, which allows you to 'borrow' the aux or gripper from the tilt function. The swivel and control system will add around £2500 to the cost.
 
V8Druid

V8Druid

do it as well as you can,but learn to do it better
......... If you need the extra services, go for SS9, which allows you to 'borrow' the aux or gripper from the tilt function. The swivel and control system will add around £2500 to the cost.
aye ... not cheap 'puppies', a rotary coupling :(
 
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soljun

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Looks revolutionary and dynamic! Thanks for sharing! I'm sure if you rent it, you will have many clients.
 
Shovelhands

Shovelhands

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I can’t be the only one who scrolled up to see what was revolutionary and dynamic....🙄😂😂
 
Engcon UK

Engcon UK

The Noble Art of Digging
I can’t be the only one who scrolled up to see what was revolutionary and dynamic....🙄😂😂
I'm not sure i should be giving this guy any publicity, but it's certainly revolutionary 🤣🤣

Over to you Ross......
 
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