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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by Dirtman2007, Nov 17, 2008.
haha this reminds me of what a friend of mine said " we're talkin' about balls deep"
whats the small piece of equipment barely noticeable in this picture? And speaking of small equipment, what do you use in terms of chain saws weed eaters etc??
http://i228.photobucket.com/albums/ee145/Letsdig18/work pics 2011/007.jpg
You got better eyes then me or worse I'm not sure which cause all I see is the volvo and takkie
Chris what are your pad widths on the Daewoo and Volvo 210
Yall have a eye for detail, I still don't see it. I reckon I need to have my eyes checked.
So, is it the lack of grappliness you don't like about the root rake or the fact it is after your sandal wearing toes? Either one i could understand, but adding a grapple would probably fix both. Then again, welding on it might redouble its efforts to separate you and your toes.
When are you going to trade the 210 and 220 in on that 290 roadbuilder i posted last year? It would take some work to kill the 35 ton drive motors on that bad boy.
get on youtube and watch his vids then you'll understand why Kreft was saying that.
Chris if you opened the rear door on the truck barn door style if it does that would the tak fit inside the truck body so you could haul both machines at once, all you'd need is some little extension ramps off the trailer?
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I've got a grapple for the skid steer as well. I don't use it much either now that I have the root rake for the dozer.
which vid on youtube is he talking about? I watched them and guess i still missed it.