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Old 01-29-2011, 02:12 PM
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Awesome pics! Looks cool having matching machines. Seems to be pretty wet out your way!
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Old 01-29-2011, 02:13 PM
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It has been way wet.
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11' 3720 Deere cab tractor w/t loader
11' Dodge 4500 crew cab, 4x4,flatbed
10' Deere 323D CTL cab,EH controls,high flow,reverising fan 78" 4-in-1 bucket,US mower 72" Razor flail head, Deere PR96 power rake,Faver grapple
05' Kaufman gooseneck 14k trailer
00' FL70 Freightliner dump truck w/t high lift gate
00' Trail king tk20 trailer
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Old 01-29-2011, 02:16 PM
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What do you have on top of your cab? And, are you a solo operation normally?
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Old 01-29-2011, 02:21 PM
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I'm guessing you got that ROW job due to the low foot print and machine size, no way would a 10 ton hoe do that.
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Old 01-29-2011, 02:28 PM
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Another question what do you haul your machines with?
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Old 01-29-2011, 03:02 PM
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I'm solo operation normally but have friend that has a brushing business working with me.I have a aux oil cooler on my mini for the summer months,helps a lot,cuts my hyd temps by 100F degs.Ron the small machines can be move area to area with a big truck and trailer.I move my machines with a 1 ton dodge and a 25ft gooseneck deck over trailer.

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11' 3720 Deere cab tractor w/t loader
11' Dodge 4500 crew cab, 4x4,flatbed
10' Deere 323D CTL cab,EH controls,high flow,reverising fan 78" 4-in-1 bucket,US mower 72" Razor flail head, Deere PR96 power rake,Faver grapple
05' Kaufman gooseneck 14k trailer
00' FL70 Freightliner dump truck w/t high lift gate
00' Trail king tk20 trailer
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Old 01-29-2011, 04:07 PM
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Is that a logering aux cooler? Does the rental have busted glass on the side?
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Old 01-29-2011, 04:20 PM
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The cooler I got from us mower it is what they put on a side boom tractor,and built my own box for it on the roof.No the rental still has all its windows.
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12' 35D Deere mini-x US mower brush cutter
11' 3720 Deere cab tractor w/t loader
11' Dodge 4500 crew cab, 4x4,flatbed
10' Deere 323D CTL cab,EH controls,high flow,reverising fan 78" 4-in-1 bucket,US mower 72" Razor flail head, Deere PR96 power rake,Faver grapple
05' Kaufman gooseneck 14k trailer
00' FL70 Freightliner dump truck w/t high lift gate
00' Trail king tk20 trailer
97' Deere F1145 front mower
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Old 01-29-2011, 06:51 PM
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Looks great Minimax!

How are you liking the production of the minis and mowers? I take it is too wet to do the same mowing with the new 323D?
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Old 01-29-2011, 08:21 PM
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we are trying to keep the mess to as litttle as we can,the tracklloader just makes to much mud.We have got about 60-70% of the line done so far.
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12' 35D Deere mini-x US mower brush cutter
11' 3720 Deere cab tractor w/t loader
11' Dodge 4500 crew cab, 4x4,flatbed
10' Deere 323D CTL cab,EH controls,high flow,reverising fan 78" 4-in-1 bucket,US mower 72" Razor flail head, Deere PR96 power rake,Faver grapple
05' Kaufman gooseneck 14k trailer
00' FL70 Freightliner dump truck w/t high lift gate
00' Trail king tk20 trailer
97' Deere F1145 front mower
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