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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by qps, Feb 3, 2006.
Hey Squizz, look what I got to play with
Pallet forks for an excavator!
A PC200 Komatapillar, funny I was looking at a PC20 yesterday...just a bit smaller.
There is no better machine for house demolition than a 20-25 tonne Ex. Hope you had fun?.
Like cutting thru butter with a hot knife, took about an hour....there bringing the takeuchi and cat mini's out next tues or weds to demo...now well see how the stack up side by side. let the games begin...
I had some sushi once with the same name....
Bill, the correct name is "TakeyourHoochie"
Wow thats a fairly old Komatsu don't see many of those ones around kinda like old UH Hitachi's. For doing demo like that you need a excavator with a hydraulic thumb.
The local fire dept here will burn houses for practice it sure saves on the dump fees for getting rid of the debris. It gives the volunteers practice and saves the homeowner money.
Ive only seen one big ol komatsu around here. local contractor is using it putting in 88 lots in a develpment named rock ridge. he says they beat the hell out of it so bad up in the rocks it probably gonna dig its own grave before they finish.
Not sure of the age but it runs great, our fire dept does the same thing but the requirements are tough to meet, thumb would have been nice but it was free to use so beggers can't be chosers.
I'll never live this down