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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by AWJ Services, Jun 3, 2010.
what kind of bucket is that on the ground? Looks like a duckbill bucket with teeth. I want 1.
Looks like what is called a Bell Hole Bucket", here's a link http://www.peckweld.com/bellholebucket.html
Grave yard bucket with a peice of steel welded to the teeth. Poor mans grading bucket.
I've never understood the point of those grave buckets I can did a square hole with a round bucket with no problems LOL
Here are few more pics of the job.
Had to move everything over a stone retaining wall.
Cleaned up and done!!!!
Exactly how many Takeuchi's were there on that job? I spotted 2.
I know she does the work of 2 but there was just one and my Kubota.
See where the wall is.
I trucked about 80 yards of soil out of the property, added 40 tons of rock and then trucked back the soil and finished filling it in.
All went over that wall.
it takes about 1 kubota and 1 takeuchi to equal a CAT