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Russian Caterpillar's

Discussion in 'Dozers' started by QuAD, Dec 8, 2008.

  1. Tracklayer

    Tracklayer Well-Known Member

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    That kind of looks like something Oliver would have built if they kept going.
     
  2. alan627b

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    I am work in construction company mechanic. Have such bulldozers. This T-170 and B-10M.

    IMG_20160721_145544.jpg IMG_20160721_145038.jpg
     
  5. sealark37

    sealark37 Well-Known Member

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    During the 1970's and 80's, it was a yearly thing in Peoria when they loaded out the several train loads of Caterpillar equipment that had been purchased by the Russkies. During that time, Ford sold them a huge truck plant with the condition of "only civilian-use trucks to be produced". Guess what the first truck off the line was? Regards, Clark
     
  6. Richardjw~

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    Dobri den KMM, which part of the old CCCP do you live and work in?
     
  7. KMM4x4

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    I work in Sevastopol city, in construction company mechanic.
     
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    Part of the new extended Russian Federation ;-) How's business these days? I was in Moscow up until Dec '14, just as the ruble crisis hit.......
     
  9. KMM4x4

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    Yes it is the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. The Crimea was a part of Russia in 2014. So far with work here affairs not really progress. And the prices of everything are overstated, and low salaries. The Crimea for the present as the region which is cut off from other Russia. Crisis goes also now.