OTHER HYDRAULIC CONCRETE KIBBLE / CONCRETE BUCKET / MUD HOPPER [0.5 CUBE M] [ATTBUCK] 0.5 Cube M for sale $9,750
|Title||OTHER HYDRAULIC CONCRETE KIBBLE / CONCRETE BUCKET / MUD HOPPER [0.5 CUBE M] [ATTBUCK] 0.5 Cube M|
|Price||AUD $9,750 Price EX GST|
|Stock Number||ATT Kibble 0.5|
|Capacity - m3||0.5|
Hydraulic Concrete Kibble / Concrete Bucket / Mud Hopper [0.5 Cube M] [ATTBUCK]
No longer need a wheelbarrow!! These concrete buckets are contractors / renters must! Custom build Concrete Buckets from 0.3 cube up to 1 cube capacity. With hydraulic drive paddle system.
limited access jobsites;
filling post fittings;
form fittings and much more.
Aussie designed and manufactured .
Designed for Mini Loaders, Skid Steers, Backhoes and Excavators
Replaceable paddle system
Side discharge and removable shoot
Range of motors from 50Lpm to 150Lpm hydraulic flow.
Range of capacities from 0.3 to 1 cube meter
Ideal for remote locations and small application jobs ;
Direct Deposit / Cheque
WHOLESALE PRICE: $ 9,750.00 + GST
All Prices ex warehouse, competitive freight rates Australia wide, next day shipment.
Need Finance: We have reputable contacts through all the major Banks and Finance Brokers that offer competitive market Finance rates. Brokers are available 7 days a week and are mobile to assist clients with their inquires
Shipment between 3 to 5 days ex-warehouse, transport rates available Australia wide!!
Management General inquires and direct Internet sales:
Management to find out more on availability and approximate Freight cost for delivery. Or send email to: 1800 074 466 Please call our office on
to view all products to that we sell suitable to the above listed make and models of machinery ) www.southerntool.com.au ( Please go directly to our website
Southern Tool + Equipment Co. Aus. - [steatt.stebuck.stenorm]
Construction industry mega-show CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017 got underway today, with over 2500 exhibitors showcasing their new and wonderful equipment over the massive 23ha site in Las Vegas. We sent Editor Dave Bullard to the US to check it out, and these are a few of the machines that caught his eye on Day 1. +more