Rip-Out Today and some other pics

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by ViceNut, Apr 21, 2008.

  1. ViceNut

    ViceNut LawnSite Member
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    Here are a couple of pictures of the new T190 making quick work of some seriously rooted hollys. The carissa's weren't too bad, but check out the nellie's. The T190 definitely put a smile on my face when it took these two out. :weightlifter: The building is getting painted, and re-landscaped. Had to get the old stuff out so the painters could finish.

    And a pic of the dirty,dirty rig. Its getting a bath tomorrow hopefully :dizzy:

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  2. ViceNut

    ViceNut LawnSite Member
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    and a couple of pictures of a small back yard we re-landscaped. I didn't get any before pics, :hammerhead: but the yard had a terrible grade, field grass growing up everywhere, and ivy/weeds/etc. everywhere. We re-graded it, mulched, and sodded. HO's are doing their own shrubs.

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  3. Patatoe1

    Patatoe1 LawnSite Member
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    Looking good. By chance do you have AOL instant messenger?
     
  4. ViceNut

    ViceNut LawnSite Member
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    nope, sorry. I dont know the last time I got on AIM. Its been a looooong time
     
  5. Patatoe1

    Patatoe1 LawnSite Member
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    Guess I'll wait until you can PM then.
     
  6. nosparkplugs

    nosparkplugs LawnSite Gold Member
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    Nice work, did you have to push on the Holly's alot or is the T190, just able to pull them straigt out with the multi-purpose bucket? Nice F-350 is that an 02? I still like that body style better than the newer F-350's
     
  7. ViceNut

    ViceNut LawnSite Member
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    I pushed on the holly's a decent amount about 7ft. up the tree until I couldn't push it any closer to the building. Dug out a little from the roots with the bucket, then hooked a chain and yanked it out. Once it was down I unhooked it and grabbed onto the base with the 4in1 bucket and hauled it to the pile. I think the F350 is an 00 model. We picked it up for a deal from a customer of ours. It had 86k miles (I think), and I want to say we paid like 18 or $19,000 for it. We put the grille on, the headlights, wet okole seat covers, toolbox, nerf bars, bedliner, tint, etc. Its been a great truck.
     
  8. nosparkplugs

    nosparkplugs LawnSite Gold Member
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    Glad to hear the good old 7.3L diesel is holding up.
     
  9. joef450snowplow

    joef450snowplow LawnSite Senior Member
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    nice truck f350 or f450
     
  10. JosephLawnCare

    JosephLawnCare LawnSite Senior Member
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    nice bump.
     

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