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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by bobcat_ron, Dec 21, 2009.
This is truly the oddest excavator:
wow that thing looks like a cluster LOL
'Rubber ducky' is what I kept thinking?
Thats what happens when you combine a skid steer and an excavator
Hey Ron ,you know what PINGON means for Cubans?
Big ***** . (men reproductive organ)
Humpty Dumpty name was already taken! LMFAO!
I like it, I'll take two.
No, when you combine a skid and an excavator you get a mistake. Now if the wheel base was longer and a little wider I could see it being practical but as that thing sits it's an accident waiting to happen.