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Aveling Barford Calfdozer

Discussion in 'Old Iron!' started by Wulf, Feb 26, 2006.

  1. Wulf

    Wulf Senior Member

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    Nice machine from England.

    Looks like fun but not so safe or comfortable
     

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  2. digger242j

    digger242j Administrator

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    I would have to say that it certainly has the best forward visibility of any machine I've ever seen! :)
     
  3. Dozerboy

    Dozerboy Senior Member

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    I'm with digger, but you would be SOL if it has rippers.
     
  4. rino1494

    rino1494 Senior Member

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    Damn, that would suck if you hit a rock or a stump. :bouncegri
     
  5. farmerted44

    farmerted44 Well-Known Member

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    here is another pic.
     

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  6. greatdane

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    Looks like you have to place your feet on top of the blade. That way you can ad more pressure on the blade, I think a heawy driver would be the best operator for this machine.:D
     
  7. stumpjumper83

    stumpjumper83 Senior Member

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    that's one machine I'm not doing any demo or tree pushin with...
     
  8. Dusty

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    now that looks like fun
     
  9. greatdane

    greatdane Member

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    You probably have to wear an armour and a seat-belt
     
  10. wrenchbender

    wrenchbender Senior Member

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    :eek: Now dats a lil scary!!
     
  11. Bellboy

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    Get a crick in the neck after a very short while.