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Morrissey's d5b

Discussion in 'Dozers' started by cat345bl, Mar 1, 2009.

  1. cat345bl

    cat345bl Well-Known Member

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    I Belive it is a d5b,I spotted this today and I just had to take pictures of it. I always enjoy seeing old dozers like this with a custom paint job.

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  2. wingnut

    wingnut Well-Known Member

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    Great pics. I enjoy looking at work horses as well ...
     
  3. cat345bl

    cat345bl Well-Known Member

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    Thanks,It looked like over the machines lifespan they replaced the left hand side lift cylinder,becasue it is standard cat yellow,not the unique Morrissey green.
     
  4. sandnsnow

    sandnsnow Well-Known Member

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    Looks like a train with tracks.
     
  5. Neil D

    Neil D Well-Known Member

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    Is this a lgp machine that has had its standard straight blade replaced with an angle blade?

    Neil