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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by Dirtman2007, Nov 17, 2008.
Pic numero 9 dont look no 7 or 8ft, looks more like oh I'd say 48in..
I'd say you need to get your eyes checked. that's a 48" bucket there paco. maybe you should come up here and show me how it's done
Hey, I got a buddy we call paco..
I know, jeez, I swear, no one understands what I type tonight! I thought that channel was suppose to be 7 to 8ft wide, not 4ft, which is the width of your bucket, I was saying that like "that isnt 8ft wide, its only as wide as your bucket. Whats the deal?"
I know, I cant get away from the idiots..
wow that is some impressive stuff you seem like an excellent operater i would not even consider taking an excavator out there
Nice mats, all I had for mats today were some logs and a half of a 45 foot trailer I tore in half.
Hey you use what you have sometimes. Logs work good until one breaks and gets stuck in the tracks, then the track falls off when your 150' from shore. The one leg crawl back to shore is no fun in the mud.
holy shat chris!!!!! thats a crazy job!!!
can you imagine how big a problem that would become if you did get stuck out there?
i knew a guy that got a 200 long reach stuck a mile out in lake huron, it took a huge cable to get it out. big $$$$
you must eat your lucky charms for breakfast to get away with that.
To be honest its really not that bad, I could probably get away without using mats. there is a lot of rock out here, some of it is only 1' deep. Then when then when the rock stops, it can get nasty!
we'll shall see what day 2 brings, I think a 1/3 of the way done.