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Old 14-03-2012, 08:38 PM
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I've got a Unimog 406 with a clutch that's wearing out . . . and a slipped something in the gearbox so that one of the half gears doesn't work. Does anyone know anyone who can handle heavy beasties such as unimogs and might be prepare to come and repair the clutch in the south east?

I have a harem of unimogs - one with a digger on front and cherry picker on top, another with a digger behind and crane on top and the other has a tipping back with 11ft mower on 3 point linkage behind . . .

However, tipping truck mog is getting very jealous of attention that tractor is receiving as her hedge cutter can come off to run the mower instead. . . and tipping back mog is now nagging for attention. However, having a compressor on board, she's the inflation expert and tractor with dodgy slow leak tyre appreciates her attentions . . . They're all as tetchy as real women . . . !

Dry workshop space can be provided as well as accommodation for as long as the job takes too . . .

Many thanks

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Haremlover
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Old 15-03-2012, 03:35 PM
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Welcome to the forum Haremlover , Hope you can get someone over to help, sounds like you have a home full Unimogs there.

Anyone wanting the job ?, please pm Haremlover or post here .

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Old 27-03-2012, 10:07 PM
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I was in France over the weekend and a friend told me that he'd seen a month ago a Unimog to be given away . . . because it was immovable. Oh dear! Worth hiring a low loader and a ferry fare to get back to England! And my Unimog sisters missed another addition to the family :-(

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Old 09-06-2012, 02:01 PM
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Wanted a Unimog for an off-road camper but too dear. I ended up with a Landy 101 Ambo, ex Bosnia, stuck a 200tdi lump in it but due to home circs its still left in my friends field.
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