Tractor Transport from Northern Ireland to UK ?

CWA-2017

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Hi guys n gals

just wondering if anyone knows of a good haulage company that can pick up a non running tractor from Northern Ireland and deliver to Nantwich ?
the trailer needs to have a winch in order to load the tractor as it’s not able to be loaded any other way

TIA
 

Wellytrack

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Hi guys n gals

just wondering if anyone knows of a good haulage company that can pick up a non running tractor from Northern Ireland and deliver to Nantwich ?
the trailer needs to have a winch in order to load the tractor as it’s not able to be loaded any other way

TIA

If it could be pushed on most haulage guys could accept it.
 

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40 series

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If it has to be a winch job you might have to get a recovery crowd to lift it. Not to many boys would bother with winches on trailers
 

Wellytrack

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pushing 5 ton of dead weight up onto a low loader . They guy has nothing to push it with hence the winch required

Your right. The winch is the safest, smoothest method.

However is fairly limiting, 5 tons deadweight isn’t really that much, I’ve pushed tractors on the level concrete weighing about that myself when I was fitter, stronger and generally less fudged than I am now.

Some guy to call with a wheel digger would be ideal, it will only take a push to get it up the ramps, won’t cause any damage either if done with care.
 

CWA-2017

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Your right. The winch is the safest, smoothest method.

However is fairly limiting, 5 tons deadweight isn’t really that much, I’ve pushed tractors on the level concrete weighing about that myself when I was fitter, stronger and generally less fudged than I am now.

Some guy to call with a wheel digger would be ideal, it will only take a push to get it up the ramps, won’t cause any damage either if done with care.
I have got a few haulage guys to call who have winches so will give them a shot first then worst case scenario I will see if I can get it pushed on
 

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