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    Italian Multi One

    This is one impressive tractor if that is what you would call it. It has a Yanmar engine and it has enough attachments to supply everyone's needs. It looks like they have 3 sizes. Watch the video if you have time. It shows every attachment in action. Multione - multifunctional compact miniloader
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    Wow! Leave it to the Italians to male something good looking and functional. I wouldn't mind having one of these next to my BCS!

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    That was awesome! 37 attachments to chose from? I'll take one of each! I wonder if they make it in green? Thanks for sharing!

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    I guess i am one up on most of you. I saw the prototype for this a few years back. If I remember right it had an attachment for changing tires and was featured in the Disney movie Cars.
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    What a clever mix of articulated loader, skidsteer, and Unimog. One could easily go broke buying attachments for this fun critter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjncad View Post
    What a clever mix of articulated loader, skidsteer, and Unimog. One could easily go broke buying attachments for this fun critter.
    10-4. All of those attachments appear to be dedicated, low volume items which would tend to mean "Expensive."
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    Looks like it does a lot of things, but probably does only a few things very well. The video shows several different size machines that look the same, which is deceiving. The little one moving plants in narrow aisles isn't going to pick up two round bales, and the big one with R4 tires isn't going to be a great lawnmower. Id be surprised if some of the things they were doing were not overloading the machine. The telescopic boom is pretty neat.

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    Ok it looked cool but there three things I'm going to pick on.

    1.Though having hydro hook up on the front is cool the looping up of the hoses would drive me nuts. The Italians can come up with a more elegant design.

    2. Out of all of the attachments shown where was the Zamboni.

    3. Finally if it is such a capable machine why of then need to use a Cat forklift in their factory?


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    Quote Originally Posted by felixm22 View Post
    Ok it looked cool but there three things I'm going to pick on.

    1.Though having hydro hook up on the front is cool the looping up of the hoses would drive me nuts. The Italians can come up with a more elegant design.

    2. Out of all of the attachments shown where was the Zamboni.

    3. Finally if it is such a capable machine why of then need to use a Cat forklift in their factory?


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    Ok.... What the heck is a zamboni? Didn't he play for Mötley Crüe?

    I lol'ed when you mentioned the cat forklift. And that is a dang good point. Them bastidges ... Ain't putting anything over on us
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    Quote Originally Posted by rgd View Post
    Ok.... What the heck is a zamboni? Didn't he play for Mötley Crüe?

    I lol'ed when you mentioned the cat forklift. And that is a dang good point. Them bastidges ... Ain't putting anything over on us
    RGD- I'll give you a pass because you are from Texas and you guys aren't big in to winter sports. A Zamboni is the machine used to resurface the ice at ice arenas.


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