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That's what they're made for. Ride 'em, cowboys!!
nothing better than a CAT, I know, I personally build quality engines in Seguin, Texas.
Now? do I put my seatbelt on or?
Great video! Who needs dozers
eu queria opera essa coisa
Good idea for bank pushing. And you didn't need another guy or machine. Tactical maneuver success!
My favorite video you have made yet!! this is sick!!
Great video Randy Johnson from Dj's Truck's Dozer's & Chainsaw's, And Dj Blog Network
wtf are they meant to be doing? Pushing that hill down or scraping it up? Didn't have the bowl down much, didn't have the ejector forward, didn't have the apron up much... jesus. Back to scraper school for you guys.
How do you figure?
Sadly it's raining in Auckland but after seeing that I want back on! Way to go guys!
What is the maximum angle that scrapers can work at? Also, to the drivers of the scrapers....DRIVE THEM LIKE YOU STOLE THEM!
I think this is one of the best scraper videos on YouTube.
Another cool video. That looked fun!!!
I drove a 613 for a couple of years on rubbish dump/landfill work. The chance to so something like this breaks the boredom. Bet the drivers liked it.
The time it took me to knock the pile down (6 minutes) wouldn't be worth having the dozer walk over to do it. The scrapers couldn't work until the pile was fixed for them so it was quicker to use them.
0:08 Hey guys.
Originally this stockpile was being built with trucks, so you build it shaped like a box so the trucks can dump off the edge. Plans changed and we started moving material with scrapers which have to dump going up over the pile rather than being able to back in and dump. This forced us to round off the pile making it into an inverted U shape.
amazing to see this. i wish here in germany would such big scrapers working.