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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by greenworldh20, May 29, 2004.
i could not figure out how to send pics via private messaging, so here they are. enjoy
here is the machine in action.
more pics of machine in action
here is a pic of our bobcat with the trencher unit.
thanks for your pics
i havent mustered the courage to try your type of sock. i use the chinese fingers.
how do you like it? what about pulling wires?
no more duct tape....you say?
Tie the wire to the chain and knot it.
I like socks for short pulls and use a bullet in rough terrain such as roots, rocks or for any lengthy pull.
It's more laborious to put on and cut off the pipe, in addition to the clamp, for a standard bullet so the sock is good for when you can.
You guys need to try the King Grip by King Products, its the only way to pull pipe. We Pull 1.5", 2", and 2.5" pvc with the King grip with a 3" bullet out front. We also use blades that have wire shoots that can handle up to (20) 14 guage wires. We use this setup with Burkeens, Maxi Sneaker and Case DH4
What is the make and model of your puller/trencher? What kind of price range have you seen on used units?