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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Boom for a Loader

    It is has an electric winch and buttery 12 v 20 amp. auto brake, adjustable wide grabber,buttery indicator , 7 years proven in the field, i have video ,will try to posted it....

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  3. #22
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    Nice! Can you post it on YouTube?

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    I'll try another way to posted video ,not in YouTube, or direct to your email , or cellphone if you wish

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    You should have Ian steppler make a YouTube video for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by homegrown View Post
    You should have Ian steppler make a YouTube video for you.
    I have a video ,but i am not interested posted it in YouTube at this moment. Also now is not a season for pulling honey. What can i film?

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    Yup I agree with homegrown. This thread is really great hub of information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lissa123 View Post
    Yup I agree with homegrown. This thread is really great hub of information.
    Here is my promised short film.https://www.dropbox.com/s/b44lf2lras...45317.mp4?dl=0

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    Please see one more ;https://www.dropbox.com/s/167afm4789...31518.mp4?dl=0

    I hope it is show how lifter can help as pulling honey easy ,fast and friendly for bees.

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    Very nice! I like it.

  11. #30
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    Default Re: Boom for a Loader

    My AJ 2006H just cleared customs. Looking forward to getting it mounted and operational.

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    How much for your new AJ 2006H with shipping all said and done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by homegrown View Post
    How much for your new AJ 2006H with shipping all said and done?
    I stopped counting after handing out $100 bills all the time to customs, agents, brokers, warehouse fee, duty… Sheesh! Pricing is dependent on exchange rates as well. I think their prices just went up to. I am probably in for $18k. I'd have to check to be sure. Mounting and maybe an extra battery are considerations as well.

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    Default Re: Boom for a Loader

    We hide ourselves from uncomfortable truths.

    If you "think you are in it" for 18K, you are probably in it for 25K.
    "Every viewpoint, is a view from a point." - Solomon Parker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldtimer View Post
    We hide ourselves from uncomfortable truths.

    If you "think you are in it" for 18K, you are probably in it for 25K.
    Shhhh… don't ruin it for me!

  16. #35
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    That’s funny. I think the ezyloader is almost $40k after all the bs is over, is this correct? Beetastic, what kind of truck are you mounting on? Would love to see some pictures.

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    I built this for 500, took a while but it works well.
    https://www.beesource.com/forums/att...4&d=1417036242

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    That's a clever machine Marios, i see you have level adjustment both ways, nice work!

    There is quite a bit of interest in home made cranes on our New Zealand beekeeping forum, would you mind if I shared your link?
    "Every viewpoint, is a view from a point." - Solomon Parker

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    There is quite a bit of interest in home made cranes on our New Zealand beekeeping forum, would you mind if I shared your link?[/QUOTE]

    Sure share it. I was not the master welder but it took some evenings and some beverages. It works very well am moving to a ton this winter

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    PM'd you the link Marios.
    "Every viewpoint, is a view from a point." - Solomon Parker

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    I wouldnt mind the links as well.

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