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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by ARP, Feb 15, 2009.
A couple more pics from today. Sure is fun working on a hill in snow... Glad I have the excavator!
ARP- you have an awesome set up, there's not much for me to do this time of year other than wait for snow and the lawn cutting guys are all getting crabby on the commercial mowing section so i spent the better part of the day reading your thread start to finish, you have come a long way in a couple of years, beautiful truck and equipment!
A couple update pics from the wandering land clearer here:
First pic shows how small my machine really is and how much work there is to do.
Second pic is the view from my office.
Oops! Caught some branches up in the head that I had to cut out with a chainsaw.
A quick view of the terrain I am working on. Definitely not terrain for a track loader.
way to up and down for a trackloader!
Glad everything is going good for ya Andrew.
btw, we need a pic of the 50D behind the new 450..
Looks great Andrew!
And I second Junior about a pic of the 50D behind the 450!
Looks great Andrew, How many hours do you have on your 50D and what do you think of the mower?
Hey Andrew I keep a 18v sawzall around its easier than using a chainsaw sometimes when performing surgery on a mower.
x2 I was thinking the same thing
A sawsall with a coarse tooth blade cuts very well. I have used a recip saw to limb trees where I'am standing on a ladder and I don't want to be using my Stihl 260.