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Need help with Madill Yarder

Discussion in 'Mining/Aggregates' started by JRL1204, May 2, 2013.

  1. JRL1204

    JRL1204 New Member

    May 2, 2013
    St. Cloud, MN

    We have a used Madill 009 or 046 and not sure if we have all the parts. We need help setting this up for digging gravel in a gravel pit. Is anyone out there who knows how to set this up or lead us in the right direction??
  2. ben46a

    ben46a Senior Member

    Mar 11, 2007
    Waverley NS/Fort Mac AB
    Try the forestry equipment section, some madill guys on there.
  3. wornout wrench

    wornout wrench Senior Member

    Feb 17, 2012
    What exactacly do you need help with and which machine do you have.
    A 009 is a highlead machine, has 2 big drums for the main and haulback, the 046 is a skyline machine, similar but it has one more big drum.
    What kind of parts are you looking for? or do you just need names ect.
    I can probaly help you out with some of the things you need information wise or a few suggestions.
  4. BCC Tyee

    BCC Tyee Active Member

    Dec 15, 2011
    I contract dig with yarders for a living. I might be able to help you out. I have worked quite a bit in the twin cities area and in Moorehead Mn. If your interested you can email me with any questions and your phone number if you want. My e mail is nstork@bollmeierconstruction.com. if I cant help you I know people who can. I also currently have one machine left available to contract dig with. Its an 8 yard machine. Feel free to give me a shout. Have a great day, Nick.