Here's a question, wouldnt that dozer qualify as a reducible load since the blade and machine are disconected. I have done the same thing with excavator atachments but never with a dozer and always wondered about the legality of it in either situation.
Power is 3408, Main is an 18 spd, Brownie is a 4spd, Rears are Clark 102,000 lb planetaries. Charge is $ 350.00 per hour, 3 hour minimum. Permits and pilots are extra, but rarely used (sometimes-- for paranoid customers only). No scales up here, so what's the point of a permit? Troopers dont care.
Price is for any trailer- largest is a 120 to Peerless. Not much shine, but routinely brings in $ 3,000.00 a day.
She'll pull anything we hook her too.
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Contract Logger i dont know about up there but here, say if some idiot ran into to your load and killed themselves and you have no permit, its not gonna be good for you.
And your bringing in 350/hr for a 5 axle? damn i'm moving to Alaska thats the best rate i've ever heard of!
Last edited by prenn1984@gmail; 02-09-2010 at 11:46 AM.
prenn, I don't have that strong of a grasp on most of these regulations, but i'm sure I've read in atleast a couple places that anything detached from a permit load has to be hauled separately. Is this something that is different in CA or is there something i'm missing?
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that d10 was hauled from texas to arizona with permits for all 3 states that said the blade was removed and reloaded. totally legal as long as you can make weight.
parts of a PC2000 were hauling
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Renn, Do you have a nine axle up in the Northwest? I have 2 loads up there I need to get down to Riverside.
aww man if only I knew that 2 days ago. we got a D9 out of Wa. Thanks anyways!