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Playing with my old Cat 12 grader pics

Discussion in 'Motor Graders' started by Errol, Jul 22, 2011.

  1. Errol

    Errol Active Member

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    I read a lot in this forum and the other heavy equipment sections, but don't post too often.

    Yet I enjoy when others post their issues and especially pictures, so here goes.

    Building a short road from the shop to where I have to build a pump house for my water supply. Road bed was roughed out with a small 6 tonne excavator.

    Then I brought in the little grader to touch it up.
     

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  2. RonG

    RonG Charter Member

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    Nice pics,that looks like fun.I wonder why the excavator left those loose rocks on the high side there?They will be down in your road soon.That grader looks almost new from a distance at least.Thanks for posting.Ron G
     
  3. buggyman

    buggyman Well-Known Member

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    Hi Errol
    Great pics :) It makes me want to get grading too :))))
     
  4. manac

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    How are these old 12 looking at buying one to do some light grading on a development ?
     
  5. Cletus

    Cletus Well-Known Member

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    Rops

    WOW, Similar cab guard EH! My 14E came from Whitehorse.
     

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  6. tripper_174

    tripper_174 Well-Known Member

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    Coulda sworn that was an F series grader. Looks good!
     
  7. CatGrader

    CatGrader Well-Known Member

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    Nice old girl you got there old mate.