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Post #161 by 68a » Sat Dec 20, 2014 3:21 pm

Nice new Notebook trailer.
Typical idiot drivers parking their cars all over the loading yard.
Poor waggon driver has to struggle abit
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Post #162 by BIGSAM » Wed Dec 31, 2014 12:53 am

One I drive for lynch DAF 105/510 and Faymonville 4axle extendable step compleat with Doosan DX380 !

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Post #163 by bigkit » Thu Jan 01, 2015 10:34 pm

Nice set up Sam and a brand new digger to boot. I see lynch advertising for drivers, what's the firm like to work for?


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Post #164 by 68a » Thu Jan 01, 2015 10:54 pm

Sam,saw 5 of your lowloaders heading on the M6 on Friday I think it was

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Post #165 by BIGSAM » Sun Feb 15, 2015 9:16 pm

bigkit wrote:Nice set up Sam and a brand new digger to boot. I see lynch advertising for drivers, what's the firm like to work for?


Depends witch depot you work for Midlands (Rushden) is where I work and only got one bad apple but grenrally a good bunch ! You work on a self employed basis and at a decent rate !

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Post #166 by BIGSAM » Sun Feb 15, 2015 9:17 pm

68a wrote:Sam,saw 5 of your lowloaders heading on the M6 on Friday I think it was


Stocking up the new depot at Warrington !

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Post #167 by BIGSAM » Sun Feb 15, 2015 9:35 pm

Took this a few yrs ago it works on Uncle Sams American Circus had a JCB Fastrack and Tele handler on it

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Post #168 by Mrsmackpaul » Mon Feb 23, 2015 1:38 am

I just saw these on an Aussie forum thought to my self I know were else these pics should be so forgive me if you have seen them all before and full credit to who ever posted them to start with they have been flogger and flogger again and now I am doing it once more
And have been told they are in the UK so some one might even no who they are ????

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Post #169 by tctractors » Mon Feb 23, 2015 10:42 pm

The D8K's belong to R. Billings and believe it or not this load is now legal in the U.K. to take 2 lumps from point A to point B as long as the axle loading possibly at reduced seed as required on the build plate is followed, it is possible to transport a 666 CAT Scraper in the U.K. in 1 lump without any issues, a Quad 9 CAT can also be moved hitched up as a team including a blade without any problem as long as the outfit has the axle load capacity to haul it, we see the odd looking Low Load outfits that run in the U.S.A. and cannot understand the crazy axle spacing also the love of Jeep Dollies (Boosters) the Inter-Dolly is a neat extra.
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Post #170 by BIGSAM » Thu Mar 19, 2015 10:08 pm

Lynch have 10 of these Renualts orderd this one is took today 19/3/15 first impressions not a bad tool but time will tell we have one other at our depot and it's been in the work shop more than on the road

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