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some link belt action

Discussion in 'Showtime!' started by Colorado Digger, Nov 13, 2010.

  1. Colorado Digger

    Colorado Digger Senior Member

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    here are a few fotos. i cannot resize all of my other blackberry pictures. sorry about the quality.
     
  2. 95zIV

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    Looks good, next time can we get some that aren't just grey?:D
     
  3. hvy 1ton

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    If you have Office on your computer look for Picture Manager. It's pretty easy to use.
     
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    i thought the speed of work was stirring up a dust cloud.... or it's foggy... or

    TAKE YOUR THUMB OFF THE LENS :)
     
  5. ScottAR

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    Holy &*&^*&$% i've gone blind!!!!!!
     
  6. Colorado Digger

    Colorado Digger Senior Member

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    boy, i goofed this one up good. i cannot post from the office or my laptop. so, next thing is to get things figured out before you guy's call "wolf" on me.
     
  7. Colorado Digger

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    042.jpg ok, here we go
     
  8. Colorado Digger

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    080.jpg

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    1048.jpg ok, not great but better
     
  9. Colorado Digger

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    more Link-Belt,Bobcat and I nice Rainbow

    ok,more to come 1050.jpg

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  10. Colorado Digger

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    Ahh, don't pay no mind to ScottAR and 95zIV Colorado Digger, they just as ruthless at chatroom. :tong

    Nice pics. I recognize that terrain and the aspen trees. ;)
     
  12. Colorado Digger

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    ok, boys, there ya go. more to come once i smarten up a bit
     
  13. EGS

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    Nice looking pics. I love the Link-Belts.:D

    Looks like a 210LX and a 210X2.
     
  14. Colorado Digger

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    yeah, i don't run the x2 all that much as my top hand has it. it is better that way. i am on the phone all day anyway. the 210lx is what i run, that the dozer, roller, some water truck, skidsteer, not too much mini as they both have full time operaters. the 225 is up on a 12,000 sq foot house, so it may be up in aspen the rest of the winter. i do like the link belts hoes though. the thing about the x2 is it is quiet and comfy. alot smoother than the lx. but it seems the lx has a stonger swing motor. i dont know.as everyone has seen i am not the quikest in I.T.skills.
     
  15. CatEquipment

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    Nice Equipment
     
  16. EGS

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    You must not have traded your 225 for that 210X2?
     
  17. Colorado Digger

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    no the 225 is digging a large foundation. there is something about that hoe, it is a beast! it weighs 54,500 with the thumb. i don't care to move it too much but no bigge. i bought another dump truck at auction. it does not have a hitch yet, but it will be alot better. it has a cummins red top 444, 13 speed, hendrickson. also a rock box with a high lift.
     
  18. Colorado Digger

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    I'm cured!!!!

    Great pics!!!
     
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    Awesome pics Colorado Digger, I always enjoy your pics. Are the snowy pics from this year? We've had a couple storms already, nothing huge though. Do you move the 210's on the 25 ton tag?