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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by TomG, Nov 11, 2012.
Nice looking setup! What are your thoughts on the komatsu loaders compared to a deere or cat?
with one of your 4300's hauling the E50 can you tow it and not need a cdl?
The Komatsu's are nice machines. I really like them for plowing. They also seam to be the simplest for new operators to get used to. Which is big for plowing. They are very simple. But I feel they do lack all the creature comforts of a Cat. In my opinion a Cat has the nicest cab. I have only run one Deere, dont remember the model but I didnt like it. This company uses Komatsu, Cat, Deere, and Hyundai loaders in the winter. The machine they have the most of is the Komatsu.
You need a CDL
How long did it take you guys to clean up after the storm was over?
Pretty much all day. I think we had it totally cleaned up by 5 or 6pm the day after
Nice pics of the blizzard. I am an hour North of you in Maine and that was a hell of a storm. Got 36" at my house was the first time I ever saw the State and local municplaties just stop plowing! Was very interesting indeed.
Thats why I think it's funny when people get so nervous over a snow storm, like they're going to be snowed in for weeks. With all the equipment around it's cleared up in a day, even after the last blizzard in didn't take that long.
A few snow removal shots and a few random plowing pictures.
I love hauling on site. Fill er' up!
Doing some push backs.