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Pictures of my work

Discussion in 'Showtime!' started by Dirtman2007, Feb 17, 2008.

  1. Dirtman2007

    Dirtman2007 Senior Member

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    Another clearing, burning, and grading job
     

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    burning and buring the ash pile
     

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    more pics, buried the pile of ash and graded the lot. Installed a creek culvert on another job.
     

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    I see on youtube you finally got to knock down an old barn with the track hoe, Chris. You got any pictures of that to post. How old was that POS anyhow? Looks like it came down pretty fast and easy with your big Woo. Nice job, man.
     
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    chris great pics and work, I was wondering if you ever move your minis in the dump trailer? I know the dealers say you can but i wanted some feedback from someone that has actually moved equipment on a regular basis in one.
     
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    nie pics der!ye seem ta ave nice weather over der!
     
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    wow. those were some awesome pics. you do excellent work and have some great looking machines. keep all your pics coming.
     
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    It's a shame that this thread slowed down. The pictures and descriptions were a great read.
     
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    only slowed down here......
     
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    Hey Chris, I just went through the whole thread that's a lot of scrolling with the mouse. lol I was wondering with all the pond, ditching, and drainage related work you guys do have you considered getting a tilting ditching bucket? We use them for pretty much everything up north here except in the winter, I do like the four tine thumb on your machines the JD 200D I run only has a two tine and it kinda sucks when I'm doing demolition jobs and trying to pick out steel pipes. Luckily the boss is talking about welding on a third tine some time soon I hope. Any way great read and keep up the pictures and videos.:)
     
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    Wow 4 months since I've put anything on here. I hope the sever is good cause I've got some pictures to post!:drinkup
     
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    Well now that I've looked back I'm back into the spring of 2009!

    Let see how good my memory is


    Clearing for some more horse pasture
     

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    pasture done and graded
     

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    Big pond dredging job. about 4000 yards of mud to take out of this pond and haul off.
     

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    more digging, transfering and hauling out mud
     

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    Loading, Hauling, dumping, and dozing!
     

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    using my mud mat for a 16' blade!
     

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    enough mud pics, she's done!
     

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    how have things been work wise down there lately? Seems like Michigan is starting to pick up, I'm just curious if you're seeing the same.
     
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    That one big mudhole ya found there dirtman. :D

    Looks like an ideal pond now, nice work. ;)

    Does it have a creek feeding it, or rain water ditch?