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dual plane laser grading

Discussion in 'Compact Equipment Attachments' started by KSSS, Feb 4, 2007.

  1. diggerdave13

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    No I have not.
     
  2. doug dirt

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    Hi diggerdave13, did you sell your dual dozer box blade yet? I am interested in buying an attachment like that. Does it fit any type of skid loader. I mean hydraulic and electrical wise.

    Regards,

    Marco
     
  5. diggerdave13

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    I've used it on both a Bobcat and a Takeuchi. The hydraulics attach to the auxiliary hydraulics, so as long as the quick connects are compatible it doesn't matter what make of machine it is. The electrical connection is just 2 wires that connect to the battery. There is a small control unit that runs to the cab. It's really very simple to hook up.
     
  6. co73

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    I will give you my email address, cowww73@hotmail.com
    If you can email me your contact information we can go over more details.

    Marco
     
  7. OBPM

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    Anyone have or used the Level Best system? I'm told it's better than the SkidMaster Pro or Dual Dozer. Any comments?
     
  8. doug dirt

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    Diggerdave13
    Still got the dual dozer attachment?
    Could you email me on how to get ahold of you at doughoffmann@hotmail.com.
    Thank you
     
  9. OBPM

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    Purchased the Level Best system today. I felt it was better constructed/engineered than the SkidMaster Pro or the Dual Dozer. Jack at Level Best spent a considerable amount of time with me via telephone over several conversations discussing the product and my application. I can't say enough about his technical expertise and willingness to answer all my questions without me feeling rushed or pressured into buying his machine. Should be ready next week and will be put to work immediately.
     
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  10. co73

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    Does anybody have any experiences with the Geoblade. It looks well build. Any input is appriciated.
    Thanks.
     
  11. OBPM

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    I looked the brochures & video on the Geoblade. No dealer support in my area so that alone eliminated it from my consideration. Also, no pull feature only push material. A deal breaker for me as well. I purchased the Level Best system.
     
  12. co73

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    Thanks, I see your points. I am waiting for a quote for a level best from a local dealer. Wasn't expecting to find a local dealer for one of these attachments.
     
  13. shaper

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    OBPM

    Check out posts #17,18 in this thread, I still have my level best, great investment!!
     
  14. kenrod

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    DiggerDave could you please contact me

    Hi dave, could you contact me and let me know if you have the dualdozer still available? I am very interested. Im new at this but my email is kenrod1978@gmail.com. Also if anyone else has had communication with diggerdave and might be able to tell me how to get in touch with him it would be appreciated. Thanks.
     
  15. samson09

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    correct me if I am wrong but the level best system cannot do dual slope, correct? i.e. it can only grade for flatwork without slope. Is this correct?
     
  16. shaper

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    Hate to say it but you are wrong. I have a 7' level best with dual mast and it does do dual slope. There is a picture of it in this thread, I believe it is post #16
     
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    I hate to say it but you are wrong. I have a 7' level best that does dual slope. There is a picture of it in this thread, I believe it is post #16
     
  18. KSSS

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    Level Best released a dual slope attachment a couple years ago I believe.
     
  19. ralphy77

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    DiggerDave,
    You still have that dual dozer for sale?
     
  20. diggerdave13

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    No. I sold it several months ago.