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Old 08-08-2008, 05:50 PM
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What all have you run?

Well I'm sitting here on my @$$ today without a job, figured I'd stir the pot here a little. Good news is that things are finally picking up (it's August, but good news nonetheless) and I'll probably be back to work within a week. Dispatch sent out 15 people this last week, I'm optimistic I'll be back soon.

Just started thinking though. There are a lot of us on here who run equipment for a living, some who do it part time, etc.. Just curious who's run what. For those of you who are HEF members, there was a thread like this on there. I suppose I'll start it off.

Excavators
Cat 303CR, 304CR, 305CR, 307B, 311BL, 312BL, 312CL, 315BL, 315CL, 320BL, 320CL, 330L, E200BL
Deere 27ZTS, 27CZTS, 120C, 160CLC, 200LC, 450CLC (not for very long, but I still count it), Hitachi ZX120
Kobelco SK210 MarkVIII, Yanmar Vio55-5, Yanmar Vio008 little baby

Dozers
Deere 450G, 450H, 650H
Cat D6R Series III 6 way, Topcon 3DXi GPS, D8R Series II

Backhoes
Case 580L and 580M, both Case controls
Deere 310E and 310J w/pilots
Cat 436, 416E, and 416D

Loaders
Cat 988B, 966C, 924G, 926E
Komatsu WA 200-5
Deere 644H and 744H

Skid steers
Cat 216, 226, 216B, 242, 246B, 257B, 257BII, 277B, 287B, I think there's a few more, can't remember them all
Bobcrap 751, 753, 763 with the worst control pattern ever

Other stuff
Grove 30 ton rough terrain crane
P&H 25 ton truck crane
Boom truck, Terex Stinger
Bell 25 ton haul truck
Cat 14G blade
Cat and Gehl squirt booms, don't remember the model numbers, but they were pretty good size
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Old 08-08-2008, 06:04 PM
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ummmm lets see...

excavators-
bobcat 430, 331,335,337
IHI 28n,35n
cat 303cr ,320(not sure which model),

backhoes-
cat 430d ,416
john deere 410 j, 410g

skidsteers-
bobcat 773, t190,
case 420ct
new holland ls185

miscellaneous-
kubota 5040 shuttle shift tractor
kubota 3020 hydrostatic tractor
john deere 790 tractor
john deere 5220 i think not sure though
john deere 455 (best lawn mower ever!)
probably some more but cant seem to think of any more.
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Old 08-08-2008, 06:07 PM
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ooooo yeah i forgot

ditch witch walk behind (older than dirt. i broke it!)
boxer bx27 (not sure) walk behind mtl
toro 320 dingo walk behind ssl
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Old 08-08-2008, 06:38 PM
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Excavators:
Cat 301.8, 303.5, 304, 305, 308, 320CL (CLU) 330B +CL
Kobleco 150, 210, 250, 110
Deere 110, 200
Volvo 290, 180 (rubber duck)
Hitachi 27, 75, 200
Komatsu 60
Kubota KH28L and numerous rental mini's
Gradall XL4600
Bobcat 322, 331, 430, 435, 442

Dozers:
Cat D3 - D6
Komatsu D39
New Holland DC80

Skid steers:
Bobcat 310, 310, 440B, 553, 640, 643, 742, 743, 7753, 763, 773, T190, 843, 853, 863, 864, T200, T250, 873, 943, T300
Case 1840, 1845
Deere 3375, 4475, 322, 325, 328
New Holland LX185
Mustang 930A
Cat 216, 246, 267, 247B2
Takeuchi TL126

Volvo ADT40 Rock truck, 379 Pete with pup trailer and 18 speed AutoShift, and a few compactors and tractors in my youth.

But the one item I run a lot of, is my mouth.
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Old 08-08-2008, 07:24 PM
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Excavators- Cat 330 and 320
Backhoes- Case 590, 580 super m, John Deere late 80s model
Dozer- John Deere 650H, Cat D8 and D9
Skidsteers- 873, 773, S250, T-250, T-300, 445, 435, 1820, 1845c, 65XT, L185, L150
Tractors here we go.
John Deere
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9420
9320
9220
9100
8430
8330
8200
7820
7810
7630
7610
7200
7210
6420
6410
6400
5525
5325
5510
5410
5310
4960
4850
4840
4640
4650
4440
4240
4320
4020
A,B,G
Case IH
7230
STX 440
5288
MXM 110
Mx 285 and 255
Combines
9660
9610
9550
9500
8010
2577
2388
2366
2188
2166
Sprayers
4720
4710

We farm close to 6,000 acres.
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Old 08-08-2008, 07:54 PM
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I ran,

Excavators-

Cat 304, 320
Kubota (can't remember the size, it was a mini tho.)
Bobcat 335
Gradall 3300
Backhoes-
JD 310, 410
Cat 416
Case 580


Rollers

Hamm (dont know what size)

Skidsteers

Bobcat 873, s150, t250,
Cat 216b, 252b, 287a, 287b, 297c
JD 320
NH L185

Forklifts (telescopic)
JLG
Lull

......(propane)

Loaders

Cat 953c

Rubbertire loader, dont know what size
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Old 08-08-2008, 08:02 PM
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Hmmm ran most of what others have posted but spent 15 minutes in a new Hitachi ZX 650 its not my style though bailing rock all day gets boring after awhile
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Old 08-08-2008, 08:24 PM
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Excavators: Deere 490E, 120, 120C, 160CLC 200CLC; Hitatchi 120 E, 200, ZX 160CLC; Kubota 121-2, 121-3, 161-3, kx41-2, k41-3; Bobcats, can't remember which ones, they all sucked...Kobelco 120's, and mini's like 10,000lbs size

Backhoes: Case 580B, 580C, 580SL, 580SM; Deere 310E, 310SJ, 410D; Kubota B21's (B26 tractor/loader)

Dozers: 450H, 450J, 650J

Used R/T forklifts, industrial forklifts, reach forklifts (IR, Hyster, JCB, Komatsu)
30" w/b rollers, 47" double drum roller, 60 something inch roller
Boom lifts from 45' to 85' (Genie)
Scissor lifts; large and small, rough terrain and not....Genie and Skyjunk, I mean Sky Jack
Skidsteers; Bobcats, Gehl
Loaders: Old fiat-alis

Most of my time has been on backhoes (case) and excavators (deere/hitachi, and kubota). All the other stuff are things I may have used on small jobs or just played with, no serious operation expect for the trackhoes and backhoes and a few skidsteers.

That's all I can think of for now.
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Old 08-09-2008, 09:35 AM
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Caterpillar:
935C,312,980H,980C,988B,365BL,518C,416C,D3C,236B,769,D6RXL,345Cl Long Reach

Deere:
5103,2555,4430,5300

Komatsu:
HD325 Rear Dump,WA500

Hitachi:
EX1100BE,EX370

Bobcat:
773,763

Champion:
720VHP

Euclid:
B70

Volvo:
L180C,L180E

Terramite:
T5C

Ford:
4000,555D

Many Many farmalls and older machines and so many trucks I cant keep count.
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Old 08-09-2008, 06:36 PM
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This topic took some thinkin

Exavators

Daewoo 220
volvo EC 210, Ec 240
takeuchi 135, Tb 070
Komatsu PC 300, pc 45
Jcb 220 W/ Hammer
Hyundai 210
Kobelco 220
Deere 220 w/ Hammer, 160
Linkbelt 240
yanmar VIO55

Bulldozers
Cat D5, D6
new holland DC80
JD 450, 550, 650, 750
Komatsu D39

Backhoes

Jcb...
Deere 310
Case 580k 580L
ford?

Loader
volvo...
hyundai
cat

track loader
cat 955, 963

Skid steer
Bobcat ...
John deere...
Takeuchi Tl 150, TL140, TL130
Gehl

Motor grader
Jd 772

Off road dump truck
Case 330
Terex...


All types of tractors

misc
pavers
rollers


The fun stuff

Flat shovel - for cleaning the streets off
Round shovel - to shovel mud off the tracks and find all those utilites that are roughly marked
Rake - cause I can't get it smooth enough with the skid steer
Hoe - for mixing 80 Lbs bag of concrete by hand
Broom - cause I'm alittle messy
Jump in jack, - Cause I'm just unlucky
Sledge hammer to fix everything
finish hammer for the easy fixin
Chain saw - cause I drew the short straw
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