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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by john1066, Jan 14, 2011.
Called a "Sigma" boom.
Very nice equipment. Are you an operator for this firm?
my title is Superintendent but i do every thing. Its a family buisness.
Only if someone is actually in the hole, which I would have to believe is not the case
We have a PC228 and a Cat 308c at work with one of those offset booms on it.
I have never seen a koehring 1066, that is pretty interesting how the cab is on the right side of the boom. I bet that is kind of akward to run. Cool Pics!!
Uhhh yeah, 'twas a joke. Obviously the machine is digging inside a very tight box with no room for anyone to actually be in the trench. Nor is there probably room for the ladder, hence I surmise the reason for it laying on the ground.
first few pics look farmiliar. where abouts is that?
Very nice equipment. This must be a pretty big operation John, looks like you guys have lots of iron.
Also I have never seen sidewalks paved with asphalt before, interesting.
I figured you were, but you know what they say about assuming. Wasn't trying to start anything, promise
The Komatsu zero tailswing machines is common just never ever seen a boom like that.