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Re: Huge John Deere Grader

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Stick welding

08-24-2013 09:32:43

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$300,000 for a grader isn't that much? Price out a Cat 24H!

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08-24-2013 11:08:37

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 Re: Huge John Deere Grader in reply to Stick welding, 08-24-2013 09:32:43  
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Looks pricey...hard to find the cost on the internet...

My point is...the new trustee laughed his butt off at this machine when the other one got it...and I remember the other machines as being considerably smaller...and doing a lot more work...ditches were maintained, etc. Not now..

Been in this area for over 20 years...before fema, there weren't enough revenues to put gravel over all 50 miles in 5 years, let along 2 or 3 times in one year and the way they drop ends up getting pushed into the ditches,,they don't even try to pack it with the blade so it nests and vehicles aren't wearing their tires down...

Talked with many a kansas resident, from all over..They'll tell you about the ole boy place everywhere...People would rather get half the tread they pay for on tires than rock that good ole boy system where one generation replaces another as years go by and the roads aren't maintained like they should be....they just learn to live with it.

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