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Dozer Pics

Discussion in 'Dozers' started by Cat E70b, Jan 20, 2010.

  1. Cat E70b

    Cat E70b Member

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    Hi all i would like to say i really enjoy this forum I am hoping to see some pics of the dozers you own and/or operate this is the 450 case i bought off my boss i also run a 550g case but don't have any pics of it right now. dozing work is not a big part of what we do but i enjoy it when i get the chance. i am looking forward to seeing some of your pics thanks

    Cat E70B
     

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  2. Imaginemw

    Imaginemw Member

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    1987 cat d4b

    This is a picture soon after I picked up my CAT D4B. I have been very happy with the performance of this piece of equipment. Plus, my four year old daughter loves "Daddy's new yellow tractor" too. She's always up for a ride around the field on it.
     

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  3. Balzomedic

    Balzomedic Well-Known Member

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    Here's a picture of me compacting an area I leveled off to build a shop. I've got some others that are better, but ill have to find them.
     

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  4. pafarmer

    pafarmer Senior Member

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    i own and operate JD 450J LT but have no clue how to post a picture. New to the computer age......but trying to teach myself something new. great machine photo's
     
  5. AmerIndependent

    AmerIndependent Site Sponsor

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  6. AmerIndependent

    AmerIndependent Site Sponsor

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    Balzomedic, Is that your D6? Looks good! Hope it's working well for you again.
     
  7. Balzomedic

    Balzomedic Well-Known Member

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    Yep, thats my D6, its a great machine. Hopefully get it up and running tomorrow, had to get more tranny fluid today.
     
  8. Justin

    Justin Well-Known Member

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    Here is a pic of my D6C on my last job. For as much as I like it I dont have very many pictures. But I agree with Imaginemw, there is nothing better than hearing a 2yr old say that daddy's caterpillar. Even though its to loud for her ears she says also.
     

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  9. CabbageThe1

    CabbageThe1 Well-Known Member

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    This is our 850C I run it from time to time but its been sitting with nothing to do for about a year now, quite sad really :( good machine though! Fun to operate, does what its designed to do, move dirt!! :D
     

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  10. dieseldave

    dieseldave Senior Member

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    Couple of dozers I ran on contract work for the corps of engineers. The 850 was brand new, still had paint on the exhaust manifold, and remains my favorote dozer for the conditions we work in.
     

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