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Nemag produced towable diggers in Italy during the 1980's. They had two types: a straightforward towable machine called the K10 with 120 degree slew and the larger TP20 which had 360 degree operation. The TP series machine also came in two bigger sizes the TP30 and TP50 which weighed in at a hefty 1200 kilos and had a reach of 3.6 metres.
The smaller machine had a 8hp petrol engine with a diesel offered as an option. The larger machine had diesel power as standard with power ratings from 7hp on the TP20 up to 17hp on the TP50. Both machines had multi lever hydraulic controls.
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