tools, earth movement of my area

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Smiffy

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LOL ... the vagaries of translation :rolleyes: ... I didn't mean you specifically @barracane , but crane operators in general ... here RTs are banned from road travel


What's the legal difference between them and any other road going crane which is driven from the operators seat ?? Is it just a classification or are there different criteria ??
 
V8Druid

V8Druid

do it as well as you can,but learn to do it better
What's the legal difference between them and any other road going crane which is driven from the operators seat ?? Is it just a classification or are there different criteria ??
boom is carried out front .... imagine trying to negotiate a T junction :oops: :LOL: .... the 'city crane' type machines you have in mind are designed to have minimal front overhang within C&U reg.s ... still a handful though, all the same :rolleyes:
 
barracane

barracane

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I can't tell you why we self-manage in our part in the Italian way thinks that when they have to move a wheel loader and no license plate, we did so, we put a truck in front of the mechanical shovel in the center and behind another truck or our vehicle escort and relay to avoid accidents. now clearly we use the trolleys I repeat there are temporarily no big jobs big works to employ big operating machines or means of work I don't know how the regulations are sincerely, in our village there are few controls we use common sense sincerely it is our thing that we self-manage.

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https://www.freightratecentral.com/trucking-companies/lowboy-trailer-truckload-rates
Lowboy trayler " CARRELLONE a pianale"
Unloading Rough Terrain Crane


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scorta staffetta "trasporto eccezionale"


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exceptional transport
 
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fred

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boom is carried out front .... imagine trying to negotiate a T junction :oops: :LOL: .... the 'city crane' type machines you have in mind are designed to have minimal front overhang within C&U reg.s ... still a handful though, all the same :rolleyes:

telehandlers are bad enough at t juntions, well the local farmers using them to spike a round bale and take it 4 miles to the pony paddock are anyway.
 
V8Druid

V8Druid

do it as well as you can,but learn to do it better
this is one hell of an RT ... Tadano??
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barracane

barracane

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we only use second-hand second-hand vehicles still efficient in our parts, therefore we will see the current progress in a few years. unfortunately these are the consequences of the crisis we must manage and adapt.


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Merlo mod. SM30
portata: Kg. 3000 altezza massima di sollevamento: mt. 9,50 sbraccio massimo orizzontale: mt. 7,50
 
V8Druid

V8Druid

do it as well as you can,but learn to do it better
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we only use second-hand second-hand vehicles still efficient in our parts, therefore we will see the current progress in a few years. unfortunately these are the consequences of the crisis we must manage and adapt.


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Merlo mod. SM30
portata: Kg. 3000 altezza massima di sollevamento: mt. 9,50 sbraccio massimo orizzontale: mt. 7,50
comes with its own fly jib .. :oops::giggle:
that red Tadano is a beauty ... must be a 60 tonner or more .... could even be a GR-1000XL
 
barracane

barracane

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fiat allis fl 10

the most widely used and versatile tracked loader. in my part despite the age they are more numerous than bicycles,
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work continues on the construction of a stone cliff to protect the coast from storms and ruinous storms

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Bri963

Bri963

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I’d like to have a spin on one of those FL10’s. Next time I come to Italy on holiday.
 
barracane

barracane

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we are waiting for you with open arms, I live in calabria the italian caribbean, if you pass us give me a whistle
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a technical question if I can: a friend of mine would like to bolt an extension pole in the bucket of a mechanical shovel to demolish an old 2-storey brick house, without using the excavator, would it be possible without doing damage? how to build this ram demolition pole?


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V8Druid

V8Druid

do it as well as you can,but learn to do it better
we are waiting for you with open arms, I live in calabria the italian caribbean, if you pass us give me a whistle
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a technical question if I can: a friend of mine would like to bolt an extension pole in the bucket of a mechanical shovel to demolish an old 2-storey brick house, without using the excavator, would it be possible without doing damage? how to build this ram demolition pole?


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old skool demolition with a beam in the 'Drott' bucket and 'poke it' down ..... 's how it was done, 'back in the day'
 
barracane

barracane

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thanks for your suggestion. you would have a photo or drawing of this demolition pole, we should go to a junkyard to retrieve the right pole and make it from the blacksmith. how would you recommend bolting it to fix it to the bucket of the mechanical shovel, will we have to create a tip and a piercing rostrum? thanks


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barracane

barracane

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updating new construction sites in my country in Calabria:

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fiat hitachi FH 200.3

stilo calabria

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komatsu
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hitachi 210 Lc metanodotto valle dello stilaro monasterace

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barracane

barracane

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unfortunately the crisis and poverty grip us, then the coronavirus gave us the coup de grace, we are on the edge of the abyss of the abyss, from you?
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all old besides the old and used machines



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SARO "ruspa" vulcano etna sicilia italia


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barracane

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I would like to point out to the enthusiasts Mr. "saro ruspa" Rosario di Carlo, a Sicilian operator who built all the paths and roads that reach the top of the Etna volcano in Sicily, during the violent eruptions aboard his powerful and mythical fiat allis fl10 he created and layout of artificial channels to channel the incandescent lava, a hero of our times.

 
V8Druid

V8Druid

do it as well as you can,but learn to do it better

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I would like to point out to the enthusiasts Mr. "saro ruspa" Rosario di Carlo, a Sicilian operator who built all the paths and roads that reach the top of the Etna volcano in Sicily, during the violent eruptions aboard his powerful and mythical fiat allis fl10 he created and layout of artificial channels to channel the incandescent lava, a hero of our times.

wow!!!!!
 
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