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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by Dirtman2007, Nov 17, 2008.
That would just be a shame.. Do you still have a helper or are you running everything solo now?
I'm the one man show
Sweet, need a helper this summer? I know a guy lookin for a job..
Hey! i got first dibs on ditch bitc@!
Thats fine, I'll be in the machine..
haha, you got me there.
Can't let this white crap hold up progress, today I played around for a few hours just to get out of the house clearing some around the edges of a field I'm working on.
still a little wet
hauling the mats out, I got about 1/8 mile past this picture and got stuck, 12,000Lbs of mats on a muddy hill I just could not make up out. I did not feel like walking to get the machine so I left the trailer and will get it in the morning when it's 15 out, ground should be froze by then.
Dam, yall ever thought of a gooseneck, definetly got that ford squatting..
We were suppose to get all kinds of snow and I wake up and it didnt even frost here!
Don't need a gooseneck, this works just fine and dangy. There's probably over 12K on that trailer, its going to squat some. I've seen it worse
Chris, how common is it for you guys to get snow like that? I thought maybe it snowed every once in a while and that was rare....but you've had quite a few storms role in. It's 54 and sunny here.