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JD 8320
Start to building a shop this morning... With bad wheter:-(
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Where are the controls of the crane?
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I beleve in English calls that radio control. You don`t have to stay beside the crane to work with...
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where abouts in Switzerland are you working?
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I work everywhere in Switzerland, but at the time in Wolfwil close to Langenthal..
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I work everywhere in Switzerland, but at the time in Wolfwil close to Langenthal..
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I work everywhere in Switzerland, but at the time in Wolfwil close to Langenthal..
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FD,thats all it needs to control the crane.
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Sure, radio controls, remote controls, I understand what you mean, do you happen to have a picture of the controller itself? I would be interesting seeing whether it has a joystick(s) or buttons etc. What are your reach and lift abilities with this combination?

Nice pics, keep them up, really interesting to see.
-Josh
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Thanks jdeere, I was a bit too slow on that one. ;-)
Interesting... this might be a viable solution for us, instead of renting a crane. I think it might be too light though...
-Josh
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Josh,the one above is not from Palfinger,but i think this one its pretty much similar.
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I dont have a picture from my palfinger radio control, but it is almost the same, i have one more joystick. I reach about 23meters and lift over there about 480kg. The tractor with the crane is about 17500kg ( not as light as he looks!!), but is more expensiv than a truck with crane....
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Hello Moritz!
One question, for attach this crane in your tractor, do you use standard 3 point or special 3point for this crane? you can taken photos of rear 3 points attached with crane with detail.

Regards and congratulations for this nice equipment.
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Manel
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Danks. It is inposible to fix a crane like this with the normal 3 point!!! You will crack your hydraulik. The 3 point from the tractor is complitly replact with a special hitch. At the time i dont have a Photo from the tractor without crane..
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Tnks!
very hard equipment. Please if you can taken photo of your special 3point, I-m more interested in see your 3 point!
You say tractor+crane is more expensive than mounted crane in truck, but here in Spain the trucks need special permision for circulated in the road, and this permision is more expensive, and the tractor no need this special permision. Maybe if you sum truck+crane+permision its more expensive than tractor + crane.
In Suitzerland the trucks need special permision for go to the road? its expensive?

Regards!
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Manel
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I say to buy a tractor with crane is more expensive than a truck with crane
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in Euros how many is the diference?
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I would have thought the tractor would be more cost effective in the long run, as you can take the crane off & use the tractor for a wide range of other jobs, where you cant really do that with a crane truck.
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same thing with the truck,take it of and used for a other job.
but with the tractor you can get to more remote places.
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jdeere, you can't plough with a truck... just haul loads from point A to point B...

Tractor is more useful than a truck if you ask me...
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The diffrence between truck and tractor is the point. the crane is the same. a big tractor like this is more expensive than a truck with the same weight. the second poit is it is easyer to fix a crane in the back of a truck, a tractor needs a special second frame all the way to the front, otherwise he will crack in the middle even a John Deere. and it is a big job to weld something to fix the crane in the back of a tractor. when i take the crane next time away i will make some fotos so you can imagine how difficult that is...
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Hi Moritz!
Tnks for your replyes!
I don-t understand why you mount the crane in the tractor if you say in the truck its more cheap and easy, why you no bought a truck?

Regards!
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Manel
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Moust of the time i work in spezial places on rough terrain where you will get stuck with a truck.......;-)
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What is the price for one hour of work with your Deere+ crane?
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about 120 Euro
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