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Looking to buy Paver

Discussion in 'Pavers' started by KMSEXC, Jan 1, 2008.

  1. andoman

    andoman Well-Known Member

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    especially since I think the 655's are too tall.
     
  2. hardhatman

    hardhatman Active Member

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    I actually saw the new Dynapac F1000T paver.the shape and design on that paver almost looks like the CAT AP-1055D paver except the Dynapac F1000T has a lower profile height than the CAT AP-1055D.