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new paver

Discussion in 'Pavers' started by griz, Jun 6, 2009.

  1. griz

    griz Active Member

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    do you think he's comfortable.
     

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  2. JonesBros

    JonesBros Well-Known Member

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    Lookin good, operator looks very comfortable!

    I've seen quite a few people on cell phones while running pavers.
     
  3. buddy605

    buddy605 Well-Known Member

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    Is there a model with augers on the screen so when you go out on the screen the augers go out as well. I was sure it was on a company I use to work with . If not asphalt paver manufacturers companies call me. I get a strange look when I ask about it. But you know what some people are like if their company does not have it it is junk or non excistant. It seems to be to be a better product.
     
  4. The Tackman

    The Tackman Well-Known Member

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    You can bolt on auger extensions to ensure the mix reached=s the end gate. Are you talking about telescoping auger extensions?.