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post #1 of 69 Old 03-27-2012, 02:23 AM Thread Starter
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So this was my day

Building goes boom to the ground.

http://s892.photobucket.com/albums/a...t=cdb4b541.mp4

It was a lot of work, and a lotta fun, we all pitched in and got 'er done . More to come.


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I have always heard about the guy that could destroy a ball bearing in a bowl of Jello and now I know who he is!!!!!!!


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SO, what do ya do after coffee break ??
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SO, what do ya do after coffee break ?? Thanks for the video.!
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Marl, you get to drive that big Komatsu? I have always kind of envied guys who get to do backhoe, heavy equipment work. Right, getting paid to play with big toys! That site looks like a war zone, or a landfill in a city! Y'all got 'er done alright!

That old man - he don't think like an old man...
Now I wouldn't want to be within 400 - 500 yards of one of them nuclear bombs when it goes off, I tell ye! WW1 Vet Old Man
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MAc, yeah, I run any of that iron.Pc 220, Jcb 160, 210 , 973, , whatever it takes. I was just running support that day, and taking pics LOL.

Case 222, 448 ,648 LBH ,, Craftsman 11-36, DLT 3000, Ransomes Motor 180 x 2 :-) Gilson RE-11, Plymouth Gilson something,?and some Hondas and other stuff- the e c l e c ti c gang LOL "Got Solar?"
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LOL LTG, yeah, I am working for the property owners, who also happen to own all the iron ( machines) on site LOL. BTW, the site is just shy of 10 acres, so the address is a little ambiguous.

Mac- darn shootin I run that 220. Nuthin like tossing around big heavy chit like it is a Tonka toy, but on a scale that is just a bit bigger.

Case 222, 448 ,648 LBH ,, Craftsman 11-36, DLT 3000, Ransomes Motor 180 x 2 :-) Gilson RE-11, Plymouth Gilson something,?and some Hondas and other stuff- the e c l e c ti c gang LOL "Got Solar?"
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Man! I bet the crack addicts scatter every which way!!!
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Last week my microwave died, so I recycled it on site.




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way coooool marlboro

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marl, Wow! I love that with the big teeth holding that microwave!

That old man - he don't think like an old man...
Now I wouldn't want to be within 400 - 500 yards of one of them nuclear bombs when it goes off, I tell ye! WW1 Vet Old Man
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Hah! I was already to tell you how you could pick a kitten up with that thing. Then I saw the second pic.
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Hah! I was already to tell you how you could pick a kitten up with that thing. Then I saw the second pic.
I tell you what LD, picking out little wood bits requires a certain touch. I can now pick up a soda, and give it to a guy.
Kinda fun really.

The pulverizor is another story though- it's hard to find the gentle touch on that. WHole 'nother animal , its mounted on a Volvo 210. That big yellow thingy at the end, weighs about 3 tons. It swings around just a touch to be real precise when you got the boom and stick way out, even on a nice tight machine like the 1800 hr 210.
Makes concrete into gravel darn quick though.



In this photo, my bud kinda busted a hose , a regular occurrence here. We make our own hoses now LOL. 30 min later,back up and running.

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