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Old 10-01-2013, 07:35 PM
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I'll start. This old gal would've had fun. 4 low I could've gone back and forth over and over.

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Great thread....
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This would pretty much ensure you didn't miss any:

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^^^^^Now THAT is really good!
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Either of these two of my past trucks would have done the job efficiently.

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Hard to beat the articulated model for the urban environment:



Older one comes to a steel point when raised into storage/drive position.
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You must be in the quarry business. That D11 is a beast. I saw one in Pioria at the CAT factory. The biggest you see around the Carolinas is usually a D8.
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This







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1954oldred has a good plan but I think a large trackhoe might even be better.
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And it can tow 2 tons also.
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Not sure how I like the spikes on the plow, I don't want too many bodies sticking on it
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Not sure how I like the spikes on the plow, I don't want too many bodies sticking on it


would that even have the balls to keep it moving after a few stickers are on it

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This would pretty much ensure you didn't miss any:

I never thought I would see this on here!! Driven by that thing more times than I care to remember. I used to do business at the pulp mill in that town.
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I never thought I would see this on here!! Driven by that thing more times than I care to remember. I used to do business at the pulp mill in that town.
Is that the one in MacKenzie BC? It looks familiar.
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Yep...
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8500 lbs of motorcycle crushing mass
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