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Anyone have a Bobcat or do dozer work?

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I need to have my drive way leveled and filled in and I need an area leveled for a concrete slab poured. Tossing this out to see if any .ORG members A) have the equipment to do the work, and B) give me an estimate to do the work.

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Bumping it. I'll do it a couple of more times and then let it go by the way side.

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Get me the dozer, I'll do the work.

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i do concrete and have a ton of equipment but im pretty sure your very far away from me

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i do concrete and have a ton of equipment but im pretty sure your very far away from me
Unfortunately so. A 1,000 miles give or take a few. Your trip chage would break my budget. BTW, that is BA looking rig you have there. Put together perfect IMHO .

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I sold my Mustang skid steer to my neighbor but if you pay the way we could work something out. I think the trip alone would break your budget though. I also have a lot of experience running pretty much all equipment too

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how big is the area for the slab?
Dirt work usually cost 50-80 bucks an hour depending on what equiptment is required.
I could do it with a tractor and box blade and it would run 50 an hour - 2 hour min.
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I,ll look for the number of a guy I used last year some dirt work. He's local to you and I and cheap.

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Dang must not be many farmers in Texas. Can't find someone locally with a bobcat or dozer.


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