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    possumnz
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    Has JCB ever made any Loadalls with a three point linkage and power take off shaft ? Even at a prototype test rig level.

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    welshnwillingwelshnwilling
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    No idea sorry, but Merlo and Landini make them, but you probably knew that.

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    bovrilbovril
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    welshnwilling

    N Merlo and Landini make them, .

    Manitou have experimented with putting things on the back of telescopics too.

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    multi-power
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    if you want a 3 point linkage would it not be better to buy a tractor?

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    welshnwillingwelshnwilling
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    Usually anything multi-purpose is not very good at anything.

    I suppose there are certain circumstances where a telehandler with 3 point linkage would be useful, can’t think of any use on our farm though.

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    possumnz
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    I see that Dieci also make a telehandler with a three point linkage.

    Different agricultural/ industrial/ construction/ mining/ forestry etc environments require different machinery solutions.

    Loaders on Fastracs are not common. What conventional tractor (smaller front tyre/ larger rear tyre) with a loader has the telescopic reach of a telehandler ? JCB have the fastrac rear linkage parts and would not require many new driveline components to make a rear linkage /pto loadall. I just like the Loadall colour over the other brands.

    Is a Claas Xerion a multipurpose machine ? (that is not very good at anything?) How about a telehandler with a reversible cab and 3 point linkage ?

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