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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by hoeman376, Feb 17, 2010.
That's just funny, probably spent more time loading and unloading it.
Your Cat should be legal on a tandem axle tag it is common around here to move 16 ton hoes on a tandem tag. A lowbed is too expensive the customer isn't going to pay the 450-500 dollar move. A tag is quick and easy to hitch up load the machine on chain it down and off to the next job.
Dug a room addition today 40 loads out of here and the dump was 20 miles away good thing i had seven trucks.
finished headed home
Thats a nice Hole!
Nice dirt too
Thanks I take pride in my work as do you.
Dirt was hard as a rock.
I'm impressed by how smooth you get the ground with a tooth bucket, whats your technique?
Well on the really smooth areas i use the belly (as i call it ) of the bucket and on the floor i just flat bottomed it. I would have made the floor to but i didnt really have time i had so many semis in and out.
Nice job! what kind of teeth are you running? You really have to like your neighbor to live there!