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Ahlman AS12B front end loader

Ahlman AS12B loading shovel .Front GP bucket with teeth .Piped for 4 in 1 bucket. Quick release

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Case 721 armoured plant

Case 721 CXT wheeled loader with armoured cab to meet Stanag level 2. Fitted with 4 in 1 bucket, forklift …

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Case 721 CXT Wheeled Loader with Bucket

Case 721 CXT wheeled loader with bucket or forks, fitted with front mounted hydraulic 10,000 kg capacity …

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Caterpillar Backhoe Loader 442 E 2007

Caterpillar 442 E back hoe loader 2007 year 6,500 hours4 in 1 bucket and forks

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Caterpillar Wheeled Loader 950 G tool handler

Caterpillar 950 G wheeled loader with new cat quick hitch system and forks, supplied with bucket. EROPS …

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Caterpillar Wheeled Loader 972G Armoured Plant

Fully Armoured and blast proof Cab & SuperstructureImac Armoured Bucket Imac Armoured Mine Clearance …

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JCB 4cx backhoe loader

Ex military JCB 4cx back smoothride back hoe loaders.Ex military reserve stock 4 in 1 bucket piped for …

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