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Discussion in 'Forestry Equipment' started by Hayesno1, Oct 22, 2019.

  1. Hayesno1

    Hayesno1 Senior Member

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    KW #T314

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    Pacific P16 #T315

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  3. Hayesno1

    Hayesno1 Senior Member

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    KW #T316 has seen better days. Look round fuel tank!!

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    Hayesno1 Senior Member

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    I really like this truck. An odd Pacific P16 dump truck LLL unit #GT03. I looks like an Hayes rad guard and Hayes bumper. Has anyone info on this truck.

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    Good looking dump truck. Appears to be able to get the job done.
     
  6. Hayesno1

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    Pacifoc P16 preloader #T318

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    #T318 parked at WFP yard in Port McNeill

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    What's with all the stuff in the front driver tires bead?
     
  9. Hayesno1

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    KW LLL unit #T319

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    Pacific P16 being rebuild - I don't know LLL unit no...
     

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  11. Hayesno1

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    Pacif P16 preloader unit #320 ex M&B #H323

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    2C4487C6-276C-4593-82FF-C0F77641703E.jpeg I am assuming this piece on the bumper is for pushing on something. It looks to sort of a standard on those big trucks. What does it mate up with?
     
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    To push lowbed. There is a steelblock in center at rear of lowbed trailer. I will find some pictures showing the block.
     
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    Thanks. I look forward to seeing.
     
  16. Hayesno1

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    Pics of pushblock. When loading and unloading the pushblock is d Canada 2005 21072005 100.jpg Canada 2005 21072005 126.jpg own - 1st pic. 2nd pic shows pushblock up and ready to go
     
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    Thanks for the pictures and explanations Haynesno1!
     
  18. Hayesno1

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    KW with lowbed LLL unit #T322. Lowbed is an old Domans.

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    Is that push block a LLL innovation or a West coast thing?
     
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    Its a west coast thing.
    Every off hiway lowbed that I have had the displeasure to work on has had some form of it.
     
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