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Old 21 December 2017, 23:29   #41
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where i'm moving to the guy has a cossie, old 911 and a lotus 7....what a collection of toys.
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Old 21 December 2017, 23:54   #42
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where i'm moving to the guy has a cossie, old 911 and a lotus 7....what a collection of toys.


So your classic Ribcraft will be right at home. Hope are sorted there seems good. J
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well it works fine with a 1/2 charged battery so worth the money for my use. no issues moving about 2000kg of rig on 4 wheels.

the only negative is it is built for people around 5ft tall, a grinder and a weld will fix that or as i call it.....a breezeblock
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well it works fine with a 1/2 charged battery so worth the money for my use. no issues moving about 2000kg of rig on 4 wheels.

the only negative is it is built for people around 5ft tall, a grinder and a weld will fix that or as i call it.....a breezeblock
Did you try it on any sort of incline?
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Did you try it on any sort of incline?
No, no intentions of doing so either I'm afraid if you are looking for info?. I'm moving about on pure flat tarmac.

As long as you are going up a very slight incline and I mean slight I don't think it would be much of an issue.

The problem isn't one of power, it is traction.
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