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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by tthomass, Aug 27, 2007.
So it's possible that I met your sister....
Getting ready for winter. Now the 45 is joining in. Looks more like a little tank now.
-9', 4cuyd stainless Snow Dog spreader
-5,000 lb Super Spring kit added
-Light bar goes on top but its still in its box.
did the U.P.S. man have a puzzled look of wonder as to why the heck do you have a truck all ready for snow when November has only just begun??
You still have your buddies T190?
I thought you might ask if UPS delivered it.....
I keep his Bobcat at my place now. He had been wanting to have somewhere local and when mine had an idler wheel bearing go out........well I needed a machine. Let me borrow your machine while mine is down, I'll let you keep it here Plus it really works out well for me because I basically have two machines. If mine is on the job site, I can use his at my place to load/unload trucks.
This is just an interesting job that came my way. Customer just got this place and needed a fix for the mud. Barn/stalls are going to be redone but first needed the mud gone. Scraped it, graded the water away and got down to solid soil vs mud. Fabric is being put down, compacted 21A and then top dressed with stone dust for the horses/ponies. Interesting sometimes what you run across but easy none the less.
BTW, before ICPI this and that........this isn't an install. Fabric is being used primarily as a separating agent between the soil and stone, so not to create a larger mud hole.
that stable is starting to look unstable.
Nice set up man, if you dont mind me asking, what did they spreader set you back?