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    Senior Member 9420pullpan's Avatar
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    LeTourneau scraper

    here are a few pics that i have found they look huge

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    CASE

    Can't Attempt Serious Excavation

    Can't Afford Something Else

    Can't Accomplish Stupid Exercises

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    Looks twice as big as a 637. Might have to have a D9 or 10 to push it. lol

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    Cool find. I don't have my LeTourneau book with me, but if I remember correctly the largest triple scraper he ever made could hold something like 210 tons (or was it yards ). LeT never was in the business of small thats for sure.
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    some where i have some pics of there land clearing rollers

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    Senior Member 9420pullpan's Avatar
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    are these the ones


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    Charter Member Dusty's Avatar
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    they look close i had family that worked for a company that sold there machines so somewhere in my office i have some cool lit from them ill look 4

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    LeTourneau L90 model
    http://www.toyline.com/bri/pictures/EMDN044A.JPG
    Tournanet website, forum to re open soon.
    http://www.tournanet.com/

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