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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by CutRight, May 15, 2006.
i get paid to play in the dirt, best thing ever.
these pictures are from a couple different jobs, mostly digging up stumps
Looks fun, nice machine you got there, we got one of those at work it saves us alot of time. What did you get for that job.
heres a couple more from a lawn prep and seeding we did.
Nice work... love that excavator you got.. hope your keeping busy with it and good luck this season!!!!
can't wait to be working all day long again, this rain in the north east is really making a mess of stuff
well i get $75 an hour for having my machine on the job site, dug up a bunch of stumps, did some grading work with the blade, and then prep'd and seeded the areas. 10 cents a square foot for seeding. full day for the machine is $600 at $75 an hour. I put in 18 hours there so far, my machine is still there, from last week, had to put off the work because of this rain, i should be back there wednesday to finish up. I will probably have to reseed everything because the monsoon we've been havin probably washed it all away. I'll spend another day there. Just in time to move it to the next job. My goal is to not have that machine sitting at home at all this summer, except for service.
looks like fun, my dad just got a mini excavator a little smaller than that one ,those things are sweet, the mini excavator and his mini skid steer and his two best pieces of equipment, never home even in the rain he's still using them lol
thats some nice work. awesome machines hope everything is ok at the job site i hope the machine is in a garage or somthing.
That some nice equipment! And some nice White Pine. Did you do those removals yourself or was it subbed out?