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Little road job

Discussion in 'Showtime!' started by Jakebreak, Nov 25, 2018.

  1. Jakebreak

    Jakebreak Well-Known Member

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    Yup I went out there the other day to pick up my grade stakes and the cows already marked up the slopes
     
  2. Jakebreak

    Jakebreak Well-Known Member

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    62F9D019-B0EC-4759-899D-FE23646B9695.jpeg A58CD9C8-E2FD-42D7-9792-086F1E2CF83F.jpeg FFE55D5F-554E-4F87-B211-45A576295C31.jpeg Got the road done awhile back and the neighbor next door had me build a 100’x200’ roping arena pad did that in one day
     
  3. Welder Dave

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    We're you doing some of the work with a skid steer?
     
  4. Jakebreak

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    No I did it all with a blade I wish I would of had a scraper to help out it would of made it easier
     
  5. Welder Dave

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    Some of the tire tracks looked like they could have been from a skid steer.
     
  6. Jakebreak

    Jakebreak Well-Known Member

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    yeah the tires on that 140g aren't that big and their not a radial tire your flat track looks good from the pictures I saw of it I used to race a little flat track on my quad out here for a little bit it was fun