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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by deere615, Aug 14, 2008.
you got bulk at your shop
Oh because I brought that to load salt then I would have no way to load salt. Bucket is not a ton of use on a big site and you cant put a huge pusher on it. The storms we get around here are all usually smaller compared to other places
mulch ya a bit I never get it delivered but if I have leftover I put it in the salt bin or sometimes in the spring I was buying some during the week and dumping it there to have it for weekend jobs especially sundays when the yard is not open at all
28yard mulch job from spring, used the bobcat to help woth parts of it. We did all 28yards in 3.5 hrs with 3 guys
Nice job using the bobcat, must of saved some time, I mulch a whole development and the mulch was dumped at the bottom entrance so I got the bobcat and relocated the mulch into the beds, helped so much because the road was very steep not including how steep the drives were. The street alone was a quarter mile... anyway smart idea on using your machine.
That's what i call alot of mulch.
Oh yes it definitely did! Had to cleanup the tire marks a little but it was definitely worth it!
haha wasnt alot compared to some guys but it was a decetn size mulch job for me
Dang, you guys go faster than our Express Blower.
I was surprised how fast we moved it too were were packing up by 12 and had got there at 830. Btw I saw that isuzu blower truck at the condos in kennedy liek 2 weeks ago
It's a Ford LCF9000 actually, but same thing
That's our little blower truck also, we have a 25-ish yard Freightliner Express Blower that's really nice.