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V8Druid
03-12-2015, 10:54 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=eLfs22XkVfA

A cheaper 'tilt' on the game :rolleyes::D
Quite clever, but ...... acceptable in the UK?:confused:

doobin
03-12-2015, 02:55 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=eLfs22XkVfA

A cheaper 'tilt' on the game :rolleyes::D
Quite clever, but ...... acceptable in the UK?:confused:

Very clever bucket mount.

pond digger
03-12-2015, 06:40 PM
That's certainly different. Can't see it catching on mind:D

V8Druid
07-12-2015, 11:58 PM
Very clever bucket mount.

I thought that too and am sure it could be designed without the aid of the gripper to 'dog it tight' :rolleyes:

doobin
08-12-2015, 01:39 PM
I thought that too and am sure it could be designed without the aid of the gripper to 'dog it tight' :rolleyes:

Why though? It's perfect as is. Removes all play when tight and gripper folded, drop the bucket off and the gripper opens ready to use.

Traxcavator.
08-12-2015, 07:25 PM
Works ok but wear will be rapid. Wont be many operators cleaning that ring off when its covered in shit sat on site. Operator seems hell bent on wearing the underside of the bucket out for some reason. Would have a bearing any day rather than that wear ring. Will need a lot of grease too !!

V8Druid
08-12-2015, 08:08 PM
Why though? It's perfect as is. Removes all play when tight and gripper folded, drop the bucket off and the gripper opens ready to use.

if you have a gripper ;)

V8Druid
08-12-2015, 08:14 PM
Works ok but wear will be rapid. Wont be many operators cleaning that ring off when its covered in shit sat on site. Operator seems hell bent on wearing the underside of the bucket out for some reason. Would have a bearing any day rather than that wear ring. Will need a lot of grease too !!

know just what you're saying Tim, but this is more for the realms of the O/O I'd have thought - wouldn't want to send that out on a self drive eh?

Hopefully most O/Os could be trusted to look after their own kit, better than a seat filler.
Agreed - no sub for a bearing ..... but this is not designed to be under any load, whilst moving.

It's no real sub. for 'the full Monty', but under a tilt hitch'd give some serious 'budget versatitlity', if it had some other reasonably modestly priced clamp system :rolleyes:

V8Druid
08-12-2015, 09:46 PM
Just found these guys.....

http://koneosapalvelu.com/en/vahva-forti-rototilt


With B20 adapter
http://koneosapalvelu.com/site/gallery/4/VahvaForti_NTP10adapterinkanssa_DSC0132_1.png

http://koneosapalvelu.com/site/gallery/4/VahvaForti_edesta__DSC0124_1.png


plain unit
http://koneosapalvelu.com/site/gallery/4/VahvaForti_etuviistosta_DSC0171_1.png

http://koneosapalvelu.com/site/gallery/originals/rototiltti_kaavio2.jpg

I do like the gripper design

build height "D" is 278mm -- WOW!!

APH2007
12-12-2015, 07:14 AM
Just found these guys.....

http://koneosapalvelu.com/en/vahva-forti-rototilt


With B20 adapter
http://koneosapalvelu.com/site/gallery/4/VahvaForti_NTP10adapterinkanssa_DSC0132_1.png

http://koneosapalvelu.com/site/gallery/4/VahvaForti_edesta__DSC0124_1.png


plain unit
http://koneosapalvelu.com/site/gallery/4/VahvaForti_etuviistosta_DSC0171_1.png

http://koneosapalvelu.com/site/gallery/originals/rototiltti_kaavio2.jpg

I do like the gripper design

build height "D" is 278mm -- WOW!!

Looks the biz dont it Gra, and reasonably priced and a simple install job, can utilize existing pipe work and buttons on lever to work the functions

Am in contact with the supplier about bringing this in to the UK so watch this space as they say, could be a winner i hope

grahams
12-12-2015, 12:20 PM
That does look interesting. For a lot of jobs it will be more than enough. I did 11 years with a power tilt on my machine before upgrading to a tilt-rotator and thought the power tilt was great compared to a fixed bucket. With the gripper as well this would be a great improvement and at a lot less cost than the full powered tilt rotator I would guess.
Shame they don't do small ones as I would have thought that would be a niche market with the price saving. A tilt rotator on a new full size machine is a lot smaller percentage increase in the overall price than it is on a small machine.
Graham

V8Druid
12-12-2015, 12:32 PM
Gra - limited reply - no internet/phone line this a.m. ......****ing BT
the price for a 12-20 tonner is 9900 euros ex works with fitting kit, valves and one mount plate, or there abouts.
Catch you all soon ......... when BT gets their arses into gear.
on stepdaughter's BB ATM buying a Great Dane Super Surfer mower :D at last;)

APH2007
12-12-2015, 12:52 PM
Gra - limited reply - no internet/phone line this a.m. ......****ing BT
the price for a 12-20 tonner is 9900 euros ex works with fitting kit, valves and one mount plate, or there abouts.
Catch you all soon ......... when BT gets their arses into gear.
on stepdaughter's BB ATM buying a Great Dane Super Surfer mower :D at last;)

Guess four legs better then two cutting ya grass Gra, but wont RSPCA have something to say about using a Great Dane to pull a mower lol

That price is exworks, and im in contact with the manufactures of this, currently its not fully ready for export till early part of next year, and prices are subject to change.

You do get it as a direct mounted unit to the base machine, and it can utilise existing controls/button if already fitted to base machine, does come with one disc, control valve and gripper as standard, have attached a short promotion video of it in action:)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLfs22XkVfA

Hopefully will be getting more information on this product in the coming weeks, but as Christmas is nearly upon us will be 2016 before fully up to speed on the product :)

left hooker
13-12-2015, 10:51 PM
Guess four legs better then two cutting ya grass Gra, but wont RSPCA have something to say about using a Great Dane to pull a mower lol

That price is exworks, and im in contact with the manufactures of this, currently its not fully ready for export till early part of next year, and prices are subject to change.

You do get it as a direct mounted unit to the base machine, and it can utilise existing controls/button if already fitted to base machine, does come with one disc, control valve and gripper as standard, have attached a short promotion video of it in action:)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLfs22XkVfA

Hopefully will be getting more information on this product in the coming weeks, but as Christmas is nearly upon us will be 2016 before fully up to speed on the product :)

He got the great Dane and his poorly friend I've got to pick them up for him as only up the road from me
Every time I see your username I can't but help thinking of these guys just up the road from me

http://aclandplant.co.uk

APH2007
14-12-2015, 07:57 AM
He got the great Dane and his poorly friend I've got to pick them up for him as only up the road from me
Every time I see your username I can't but help thinking of these guys just up the road from me

http://aclandplant.co.uk

Sorry to keep confusing you Left Hooker, APH, is just a abbreviation of the company name i go under, Andover Plant Hire :), poor ol druid being incapacitated by BT, be lucky if he's back on by Xmas out in those hills :eek:

left hooker
14-12-2015, 09:26 PM
Sorry to keep confusing you Left Hooker, APH, is just a abbreviation of the company name i go under, Andover Plant Hire :), poor ol druid being incapacitated by BT, be lucky if he's back on by Xmas out in those hills :eek:

Yeah I text him an hour ago but no word

And acland plant have a.p.h welded on there buckets

APH2007
14-12-2015, 09:39 PM
Yeah I text him an hour ago but no word

And acland plant have a.p.h welded on there buckets

That is confusing then, :rolleyes: well hopefully he will be back soon to inform us all of the adventures he having, or he's enjoying the peace to catch up on the v a hitch

Shovelhands
14-12-2015, 09:48 PM
Production at Druid Central will be on an epic level with no tinternet:D

APH2007
14-12-2015, 10:01 PM
Production at Druid Central will be on an epic level with no tinternet:D

Must be like having his leg amputated no internet, he'll be going around in circles in the house if its wet driving Mrs D mad :D

ontick
30-12-2015, 07:05 PM
Just seen this a tilting spinning splitting bucket surely this can just be a waste of money there is a video but I don't know how to do it.

APH2007
30-12-2015, 07:44 PM
Just seen this a tilting spinning splitting bucket surely this can just be a waste of money there is a video but I don't know how to do it.

After just watching the video you posted on face of book, looks like it works on same principle as a clamshell bucket, the tiltrotate I's of HKS gear driven tilt and rotate . To post the video you need to copy the URL and paste it in the thread lol

https://video-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hvideo-xta1/v/t42.1790-2/12452892_1560257977598729_943247760_n.mp4?efg=eyJ2 ZW5jb2RlX3RhZyI6InN2ZV9zZCJ9&oh=708e98a7bb3f3f8577892a07cd57959c&oe=56846E7D

V8Druid
30-12-2015, 09:49 PM
After just watching the video you posted on face of book, looks like it works on same principle as a clamshell bucket, the tiltrotate I's of HKS gear driven tilt and rotate . To post the video you need to copy the URL and paste it in the thread lol

https://video-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hvideo-xta1/v/t42.1790-2/12452892_1560257977598729_943247760_n.mp4?efg=eyJ2 ZW5jb2RlX3RhZyI6InN2ZV9zZCJ9&oh=708e98a7bb3f3f8577892a07cd57959c&oe=56846E7D

Can't see it taking a lot of grief for sure - could be an expensive (at a guess) pile of scrap, pretty damned quick, I'd have thought ..... and WTH would you use it for ???:confused: