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Old 10-22-2006, 07:54 PM
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Another option would be to get a concrete breaker. You can replace the breaker point with a tamping attachment. You would then have an attachment that you can remove concrete and do compaction with. You would achieve a much higher compaction density with a set up like this with a lot less physcial labor. New I paid about 6K for my Okada breaker. Used is about half. They can get expensive to work on but if you mainly did compaction with it, it woud be difficult to wear it out.
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