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Old 01-16-2011, 03:18 PM
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nice to see you guys keep the equipment clean and well maintained, both the running ones and the old gate keepers.

The 1066 been pretty well replaced by the 245 and the 365c?
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Old 01-16-2011, 03:29 PM
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The 365 was supposed to replace it but doesn't have the reach. the operators don't like it when they are down deep. the plan is to eventually buy a 385 when we get the right work for it. but for now we don't need much more then the 345's there is not too much big work this year.
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Those 3 skid steers made me look a while, where is the bucket/plow for the 287 and what's on the 248?
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Old 01-16-2011, 03:52 PM
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the buckets and pushers are on the back of the boom truck and that is a Snowblower on the 248
loaded for snow






and my new plow we bought 2 years ago then lost the account it does not trip we bought this for the entrance of the mall to scrape the ice and to keep up with the ring road
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Old 01-16-2011, 05:29 PM
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how many guys does it take to keep all this stuff going?
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Old 01-16-2011, 05:43 PM
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and my new plow we bought 2 years ago then lost the account it does not trip we bought this for the entrance of the mall to scrape the ice and to keep up with the ring road

Did you get a quick coupler for it?

I used to run the same setup.

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Really nice pictures man. Looks like you guys get to play with a lot of rock in your area. That picture of the 385 and the bolder is pretty cool looking. Could you give a run down of the amount of equipment you have?
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Old 01-16-2011, 08:52 PM
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how many guys does it take to keep all this stuff going?
We have about 40 on the payroll now but are capable of going up to 80.
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Old 01-16-2011, 09:00 PM
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Really nice pictures man. Looks like you guys get to play with a lot of rock in your area. That picture of the 385 and the bolder is pretty cool looking. Could you give a run down of the amount of equipment you have?
Heres our list
antiques
1948 Koehring 205 Shovel
1967 Koehring 505 Excavator
1950 Ford 8N tractor
Excavators
Cat 301.6
Cat 304.5
Cat 307C
Komatsu PC128-UU
Cat 315CL
Cat 325CL
Cat 330BL
Cat 345BL
Cat 345BL
Cat 350L
Cat 365CL
Cat 225BLC with hammer
Cat 225BLC
Cat 235C with hammer and compactor
Cat 235C with hammer
Cat 245
Cat 245D
Koehring 1066

Cat M316C
Cat M322C
Gradall xl5100

Dozers
Cat D8L
Cat D8N
Cat D6H
Cat D6N
Cat D5M
Cat D3C

Loaders

Cat 980G
Cat 966G II
Cat 950G II
Cat 950F
Cat 950E
Cat 950B
Cat 938G

Backhoes
Deere 410E
Deere 410G
Deere 710G

Skid Steers
Cat 248
Cat 287
Cat 277B

Rollers

Cat 563D
Dynapac CA 251
Dynapac CC21
Dynapac CC142
Bomag 120
Bomag 120
Hypac C350D
7 Wacker trench Rollers
2 Bomag Walk behind's

Other

Barber Green 225B Paver
Salsco Mini Track Paver
lull 1044C-54
Grove RT65S
Koehring 405 Crawler crane
2 Godwin 6" Dri prime pumps
Read 150 screener
Cat RR250 Reclaimer
3 Mack Water Trucks
1 Cat V80E fork lift
5IR 185 Compressors
2 70kw portable generators
2 60KW generator
1 40 kw generator
2 25 Kw generators
2 dynapac forward reverse plate compactors
1 darda rock splitter
1 lincoln sa 650 welder
Hundreds of support equipment such as Electric pumps tools and just about anything we need to do any job,
about 50 different trench boxes

1 Mack Granite Lowbed Tractor
1 Mack Granite tractor with steco dump trailer
1 Mack RD tractors with steco Dump trailers
3 Mack RD ten wheelers
1 Mack Rd triaxle Roll off
1 Mack DM boom Truck with 12 ton knuckle boom
1 Mack R model Sander
1 Mack R487 six wheel dump
1 GMC topkick lo profile dump
1 Ford F350 Dump
12 Pickups
1 ford F 450 service truck

Rogers 50 ton lowbed
Rogers 60 ton lowbed
Rogers 100 ton lowbed
Rogers 20 Ton Tag trailer
2 Flat bed trailers
spare Steco dump trailer half round
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Old 01-16-2011, 09:02 PM
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Did you get a quick coupler for it?

I used to run the same setup.

yea we have a quick coupler on that machine its the only way to go we also have forks a side dump and a straight bucket for it.
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