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mini ex with powered wheelbarrow OR mini skid steer

Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by mikeconcrete, Apr 7, 2016.

  1. mikeconcrete

    mikeconcrete LawnSite Member
    Messages: 19

    RJ,
    can get messersi at eastern farm equipment in ontario, canada, and in the States at access construction equipment - https://www.accessconstructionequipment.com

    Messersi is expensive. Had a demo, but just driving in yard with no load in bucket. Felt slow and no manuverable as i hoped.
     
  2. john365

    john365 LawnSite Member
    from mass
    Messages: 2

    We used a Wacker dumper with our 305 great way to move material

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  3. mikeconcrete

    mikeconcrete LawnSite Member
    Messages: 19

    john365, that dumper is too big for my applications. I have to get into backyards and sidewards in new subdivisions. Less that 4' wide most of the time.
     
  4. david bailey

    david bailey LawnSite Member
    Messages: 172

    I have used a Toro Workman to move material. Wouldn't be good for concrete tho.
     
  5. kawasaki guy

    kawasaki guy LawnSite Fanatic
    Male, from USA
    Messages: 16,590

    I ran a muck truck once, that thing was great!
     
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  6. mikeconcrete

    mikeconcrete LawnSite Member
    Messages: 19

    Hey kawi guy, did you use it for transporting wet concrete ?
    Have reservations about heaving to lift it with your arms/back/legs, as a full hopper of wet concrete is heavy and plus the added weight of the machine. Also the mobility around tight turns when carrying heavy wet concrete. And having to reach down to put into reverse once dumped to back up constantly and put into forward gear. Curious if anyone has used the Camisa track dumpers. Perhaps a new thread on Camisa.
     

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