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Re: D2 Caterpillar with a six way blade?
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Yes, definitely different conditions, I do not like running a crawler in the local mountains, can be mud, muck and mire, hard/dry, huge rocks, trees to avoid, extremely hard digging and running conditions if you have to drop your blade into the dirt. I worked for a friend who did a lot of work in the mountains west of the berkshires, not fun at all no matter what weather we had, big round boulders was far better to get back to the rolling hills, smaller rocks, no flatlanders around here per say LOL ! I remember this now annual event when it first started, time flies. I have learned that some are deceased, like GWH, sure seem like a nice group of people who like old iron!
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