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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by Junior M, Mar 22, 2009.
the mud side of things is more fun than the dirt side
I don't understand why you are lucky?
He's lucky cause that Bobcrap didn't break yet.
I think he musta found a dollar in his back pocket
next to the dip can lol
I dont dip..
And I was saying that in a sarcastic manner as in, I am not lucky, kind of making fun of what Chris named the PM he sent me, "you unlucky b@stard."
I played in the mud a little bit to.. I didnt get to go in the mud, but I was dreding out a little corner reshaping the bank where it collapsed pulled a tree.. Dam, that was fun! I forgot how tedious and boring grading is, this was fun!
wow junior for a minute there i thought our talks about girl had worked. keep trying
I am working on it, the pics are uploaded, sorry for the delay, had to do something..
Ok first off, this is just a kick ass picture imo.. (notice how its tied down)
What's left of the tree now:
Pulling a big ass water logged tree out with the 430:
pushing a dead tree, not dead enough to just push over, but it dam sure aint easy. But thanks to Chris, I knew a good way to go about it..
after pulling a tree out and getting all the brush up:
some what smoothed out: dont give me s#it, its hard to grade pond sludge(I shaped the bank a little bit) for the little bit I had, I couldnt imagine grading the amount chris has on some jobs..
these were dug up before I knew about LS with the old 430 that had major issues. Oh yeah, and this one does the same thing as the one on Youtube with the controls..
looking good to me! It's pretty easy to drag those trees out as the float somewhat. Atleast you can get around the pond now. BTW where's the mud?!?