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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by ARP, Feb 15, 2009.
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what did you do with all the soil you dug up after mowing the vegetation down and using the grading bucket to dig it all up?
I trucked all the soil back to a stock yard to be made into loam in the future.
Just like money in the bank.
I so like that cleanup bucket.
great work as usual andrew!
reading through the forum I noticed earlier on you had said something about getting the E60. how come you chose the deere over the bobcat?
Stuve- I know, I really want into the materials game pretty badly. I have some stuff brewing in that arena so I'm going to see what works out.
And ya, that grading bucket is awesome. It's going out more often now that I found out how much it speeds up a job versus using the toothed buckets.
krazy- Thanks man! How's business treating you these days?
bobcat_mans185- I chose the Deere over the Bobcat because the E60 put out 13 gpm on the auxiliary circuit versus 22.5gpm on the 50D. Since I'm running a mower on the excavator, I needed as much flow as I can get.
So how's work these days? are you getting a lot of ROW stuff or are you getting into other things this year?
Good to see you keeping busy Andrew, you need a dump truck!
Well for a second I thought I found your old F450 at the dealer we buy our trucks from but there are a few subtle differences but very close match