Paus Loaders

AYF

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Tbf it's a specialist machine.
I doubt it's designers had big ideas for agri work with it.
More likely for tight building sites where a good lift capacity is needed.

Watching the vids. I do think perhaps the boom slew is too slow to beat a well layed out yard and a standard handler of some form.

Can have it's uses in tight buildings though.

So given it's fairly specialist, £90k isn't too bad.
Don't get much for 100k in the big toy world now!!
 

d8666

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Tbf it's a specialist machine.
I doubt it's designers had big ideas for agri work with it.
More likely for tight building sites where a good lift capacity is needed.

Watching the vids. I do think perhaps the boom slew is too slow to beat a well layed out yard and a standard handler of some form.

Can have it's uses in tight buildings though.

So given it's fairly specialist, £90k isn't too bad.
Don't get much for 100k in the big toy world now!!
I agree, only one I ever saw before farmer Phills demo was on a road works in Germany moving pallets of kerbs where one lane was closed off, looked ideal for a situation like that. Small loading shovels seem very common over there.
 

AYF

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I agree, only one I ever saw before farmer Phills demo was on a road works in Germany moving pallets of kerbs where one lane was closed off, looked ideal for a situation like that. Small loading shovels seem very common over there.
They do like their small loading shovels don't they!
But saying that you Irish lot seen to like loading shovels too!
Only know of one contractor with one this way, let alone a farm!!
 

Bog Man

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Pat Doyle had one of those turntable loaders in his shed it was parked next to D10 Buldozer . It was one of those european makes possibly French . It was like something no one else bid on so he ended up with it . I imagine it would be a handy machine if it was configured for the Railways .
 

thefarminglad

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Pat Doyle had one of those turntable loaders in his shed it was parked next to D10 Buldozer . It was one of those european makes possibly French . It was like something no one else bid on so he ended up with it . I imagine it would be a handy machine if it was configured for the Railways .
Pat Doyle on the Wexford side of Enniscorthy?
 

Emg12

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Tbf it's a specialist machine.
I doubt it's designers had big ideas for agri work with it.
More likely for tight building sites where a good lift capacity is needed.

Watching the vids. I do think perhaps the boom slew is too slow to beat a well layed out yard and a standard handler of some form.

Can have it's uses in tight buildings though.

So given it's fairly specialist, £90k isn't too bad.
Don't get much for 100k in the big toy world now!!
One place i very much doubt you will see one is a building site unless its a very small job or a very particular type of site.
 

nashmach

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haven,t been in the yard for years but he still dabbles a bit as far as i know, bought a 110/90 in cooney furlong a few months ago anyway, he must be pushing 80 by this stage but don,t tell him i sais that :sweatdrop:

Have you traded her in!!

Was in the yard around 1997. FW60, big Fortschitt combines, JD4955 and a self propelled sprayer based on a Case tractor.
 

humungus

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Have you traded her in!!

Was in the yard around 1997. FW60, big Fortschitt combines, JD4955 and a self propelled sprayer based on a Case tractor.
it was once a neighbours tractor but cormywormy said she wasn,t tidy at this stage , pat used to have a big 2wd white and the lads said he used it to draw diesel oil to the fw and the big deere
 

AYF

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One place i very much doubt you will see one is a building site unless its a very small job or a very particular type of site.
See below!
Granted not housing. But building the same.
I agree, only one I ever saw before farmer Phills demo was on a road works in Germany moving pallets of kerbs where one lane was closed off, looked ideal for a situation like that. Small loading shovels seem very common over there.
 

Emg12

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See below!
Granted not housing. But building the same.
Be a very special suiation like mentiined there where space severly restricted. Rubber duck with a set of forks would do most jobs like that for me on a site.
 

Danube

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Pat Doyle had one of those turntable loaders in his shed it was parked next to D10 Buldozer . It was one of those european makes possibly French . It was like something no one else bid on so he ended up with it . I imagine it would be a handy machine if it was configured for the Railways .
As in the big CAT D10 bulldozers?😱 I thought they were only in things like Gold Rush.
 

MF30

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It may have been a D8 but I think it was a D10 . There was a Ford 7700 parked in front of it and you could only see the top of the cab . If it was anyway standard it would not be in Pats yard.
Two non standard items that stood out to me in his yard was a 4 rotor haybob which appeared to be rigid and not foldable, the other was a David Brown 1212 Hydrashift that he bought seized up and he fitted new pistons and shells to get her going again for resale.
 

nashmach

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It may have been a D8 but I think it was a D10 . There was a Ford 7700 parked in front of it and you could only see the top of the cab . If it was anyway standard it would not be in Pats yard.

Pat's running a Magnum and a Challenger now I think.

He had an older Steyr that time I was there too. And something else unusual that I cant think of now
 

thefarminglad

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Didnt Pat use the Dozer and a digger to straighten back up a shed in his yard that bend over after a storm. He has a impressive shed of vintage tractors.
 
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