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Eight Dozers

Discussion in 'Dozers' started by JSD, Dec 31, 2010.

  1. JSD

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    Tho
     
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  2. JSD

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    Trying to upload a picture.................
     
  3. JSD

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    8 Dozers.

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    See anything odd about this picture?
     
  4. Aussie Leroy

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    Only the cable blade
     
  5. Digga Dave

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    Is it just me or do 5 of the dozers have what looks like snow-wing like attachments?
     
  6. RonG

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    If you look long enough the picture will explode and scare the dawgs hit out of you.:).Ron G
     
  7. DPete

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    No dust :D
     
  8. hthunder

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    Odd?

    Looks photo chopped..............
     
  9. willie59

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    Well that's an interesting dredging method.
     
  10. JSD

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    No photoshop. Took it at quitting time just before they lined up for fuel.
     
  11. markshr151

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    It looks like someone is going to bury them alive.(I just added the alive part for drama )
     
  12. sandnsnow

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    Digga, those are slope boards.
     
  13. Temu

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    Yes! I see it! they are all walking on water!
     
  14. firetruck dvr.

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    I give up..... what is it?
     
  15. wnydirtguy

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    no silt fence
     
  16. JSD

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    Buddy Pushing.

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  17. digger242j

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    JSD, I'm thinking you probably wanted something a little more complete for the thread title. Tell me what you wanted, and I can fix it...

    On edit: Title changed.

    LOL. That's what I was thinking... :)
     
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    It looks like salt water where the 8 are lined up (that sure makes a mess of iron!) but it looks like a river bed in southern calif according to the post.........silt fence.... Don't know how they get away with that, did it in spring time?
     
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    i'd rather run the old cable blade. is it a 2U, I cant tell?
     
  20. JSD

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    It's a 2U buddy pushing with our D9L. We were just having a little fun with it during a flood control project.