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Old conventionals at work

Discussion in 'Cranes' started by Tugger2, Mar 24, 2018.

  1. HATCHEQUIP

    HATCHEQUIP Senior Member

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    Is that a REO with a gas or multifuel ?
     
  2. Tugger2

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    The Lima is back at it. P6092580.JPG P6102591.JPG P6102592.JPG
     
  3. ryanmueller

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    Reo oa-331 gas
     
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    F6C089D1-60FB-43E4-9326-00200808F201.jpeg A25C907F-DF0F-4FD9-9D00-6B0A9C86B04A.jpeg 5AAC4065-C7C2-4660-B57E-6C623D1A9B94.jpeg C04E2E29-1130-4029-B0B9-2ABAE3423EBD.jpeg Latest addition to the fleet Been sitting 20+ years
     
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    99336DCA-8623-4B29-A723-C04E062AE11E.jpeg C0C45307-DA61-4C7A-BE0E-342981EDE8A6.jpeg 204B101B-1D18-4D89-83DE-C63B1E1154CD.jpeg 90 ton P&h with a vibro hammer
     
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    cool kit you have there Ryan :)
    Nice little bridge gig, Tugger.
     
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  10. Welder Dave

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    Probably missed it but what is the shovel and dozer in the last pic. post 448? That has to be one old Esco bucket on the shovel.
     
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    Thats Ryans Toys in his big boy sandbox
     
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    Dont you wish you had one
     
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    i was thinking how handy that shovel would be for notching out a bank like that, and how we excavator guys just paw it down and chase it around till we get it cleaned up, or dig a hole (AKA future soft spot!) and blend it back in.
     
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    Thats where a shovel shines when its loading from the face
     
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    tight little road cut where you spin almost 180 to load the truck ;)
     
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    What is the little dozer?
     
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    Windolph model f
     
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    Kind of neat. What year is it?
     
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    Another project with the Lima.Around 54000 lb.s on the tank end and 22000 on the hinge end. P7202686.JPG P7202690.JPG P7202691.JPG
     
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