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Gez_lewis

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anyone know much about chain lifts?
I think I need one and don't know much about them- what gear is good or bad etc
probably be on a little cabbed Scania im thinking
 
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JD450A

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anyone know much about chain lifts?
I think I need one and don't know much about them- what gear is good or bad etc
probably be on a little cabbed Scania im thinking

Right, Choices depend on who's using it, how rough they are and what your trying to acheive.

For bog standard numpty bin pick and carry, Fixed gear is the strongest s**t you will find and generally cheap as f**k. Limits you doubling up and the usefulness but nion impossible to bend. Presuming if it's a little scanny your 18t+

If the operator is pretty competent and you want to carry things that are not skips, go extending arm.

Webb - About the best gear from 12t - 18t. BUT it's lighter than the rest and a rough driver will destroy it. Webb TA10 gear is light and gives a significant payload advantage but needs to be treated with care. Arms tend to fold to cab/lower than cab which helps if your going odd places.

Telehoist - Fantastic gear but heavy Arms.

Hyva - Alright, Lighter duty than the telehoist and the arms tend to be longer which can be a twat

Avoid Cayvol, Hiab and palfinger. There s**t.
 
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