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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by haybaler, Feb 25, 2007.
taking the Ford to the scrap yard
Nice photoshop of that Dodge pulling a Ford!
kick ass trucks man, my next one will be a cummins
let it snow
Is that a snowblower on the back of the tractor? Do you road that around town to do snow?
yes I do, fully registared and all
Haybaler that some nice equipment you got there... Also a nice bandit I cant really tell but is it a 90 or 150? And how do you like it?
that was actually a rental. I'm trying them all out before I buy one. The bandit 90 is a unbeatable chipper if you just want a basic low cost chipper. I rented a 14" Morbark chipper that was awsome, take whole trees through it like nothing. had 3 guys feeding the thing and couldn't keep up with it. I'm looking for a mid size chipper with a hydrualic lift top roller and auto feed. I've tryed about 8 different ones from 6" to 14" 80 horse gas to 225hp diesel.
Those Dodge's look really nice!
mm, cummins power