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Old 11-25-2008, 04:36 PM
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Pics from work!

Just thought that I would post up a couple pics that I took at work today (side job, not the army).

Incase ya'll didnt know, I own a small heavy equipment maintenance company! (I need more work)



Cat 375. Big arse excavater. Use modified one out west as log loaders in the big timber. This one doesent want to stay running. Fuel wasent forced through the system when the injecters were serviced. (not by me)
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Old 11-25-2008, 04:37 PM
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Thats cool man, Nice pics!
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Old 11-25-2008, 05:47 PM
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cool deal man, good luck with the buisness
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Old 12-08-2008, 07:54 PM
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Way to cool.The bigger the toy the more fun you can have.Good luck with the bussiness.
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Old 12-09-2008, 05:32 PM
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that hoe looks like it's in pretty good shape for it's age i'm guessing 96' 97' model.
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Old 12-09-2008, 05:51 PM
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that hoe looks like it's in pretty good shape for it's age i'm guessing 96' 97' model.
This thing never gets used. Its had less then 150 hours put on it in the 4 years I've been lookin out for it. I'd say half of that was just moving it around. Its just so big that its not really usefull for the kind of work they do!
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This thing never gets used. Its had less then 150 hours put on it in the 4 years I've been lookin out for it. I'd say half of that was just moving it around. Its just so big that its not really usefull for the kind of work they do!
wow, that is surprising,ya think they would send her to the auction,that is a marketable machine,i have run a lot of 375's they are work horses.
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This thing never gets used. Its had less then 150 hours put on it in the 4 years I've been lookin out for it. I'd say half of that was just moving it around. Its just so big that its not really usefull for the kind of work they do!
Thats kind of the problem we have sometimes. when we get little jobs it costs to much to even move this one. so it just goes to big jobs or sits. Only 2 trucks in our area that can even haul this....

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Old 12-10-2008, 08:23 PM
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heres me at work....well my volunteer work....this is our baby




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Thats kind of the problem we have sometimes. when we get little jobs it costs to much to even move this one. so it just goes to big jobs or sits. Only 2 trucks in our area that can even haul this....

Who needs a truck to move it?? Just drive it! Nobody can stop you!
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