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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by Dirtman2007, Nov 17, 2008.
Everything was burned. What ever did not burn was covered up when I filled the hole back in.
wow if that was some other brands with the door that doesn't open into the cab you'd be pretty hungry right about now
tell me about it, if I raised the boom up the front sank so far mud would have came in the door if i opened it. I had to push down hard to get the lift arms down enough to get out lol
So some more pics
a little drainage job I did in suburbia the otherday. It would really just to the that close to your neighbors..
so today i was back to clearing with my hoe
Found a nice slab of solid rock. Glad i don't have to lay a pipe through here!
So i clearing out all the dead pines that have been killed by some unknown thing
thats a big rock!
is this on that job you got to dig through the horse arena?
That suburbia hell job... Thats what we do EVERY single day.
Bullsh!t jobs like that one.
drainage looks great!
No, still on that 280 acre farm doing clearin here and there.
Dam, I bet they are droppin a chunk of change..
I feel for you, Screw all those utilites that are buried 2" in the ground everywhere
You get used to it after awhile. I have been thinking about getting a small vac trailer for locating stuff. Vermeer makes a 100 gal unit, that looks like it would work well for me.
I will get some pics up on my site of our current job. Entire flood damaged neighborhood. We are replacing all the roof drains on all the homes, then regrading and seeding.