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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by Barge Man, Dec 1, 2009.
Barge man how do you guys like the sterling dump truck?
new machine looks good!
Oh man, I think I'll fill that part time position for ya..
mrsops so far it has been a great truck but it only has 46000 miles, it sucks that they quit production on sterling.
I'll help answer that question First off I am Barge Mans younger brother and he has introduced me to this site and every since I can't get away from all of the cool things going on in the forum. I currently am in college for construction managment, however I am very lucky and get to work with them during the summer months. As far as the Sterling I've been able to drive her a few times and I really like it. Its just a really nice truck thats got great power. Thanks
Barge man you keeping the 315? Any pros and cons you care to share about it?
Welcome Junior Barger
OK, I can run everything, including the dozer, plus I have a class A CDL, so I think that makes me a better cantidate than Junior!
Great pics man, marine construction and environmental work is really sweet specialization. Forestry and Marine work is just cool, at least i think it is. How many sections do you have for your spud barge and how many HP is your tug?
As long as your taking applications, I can make things look good with a JD450 with wore out tilt pins. Imagine what i could do with a tight hystat dozer. Should have tested for a Class A last spring, but no custom harvesting for me.
But I have a place to live in Ohio!
Just an observation, but if you are Barge Man's sidekick shouldn't your id be something like Spud Boy?