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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: Walk behind crawler dozer info

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09-20-2012 15:38:49

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Yes I have watched Craigslist here and they come up fairly often with the snow plow attachment. I was thinking the blade would be to big and the wheels would just spin.

I was thinking a tracked device would be better. I also was going to use a safety line tied to a tree so if some thing happened I would not have to watch it roll down the hill into a big ball of junk. Lol

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09-20-2012 16:36:19

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 Re: Walk behind crawler dozer info in reply to Inconceivable, 09-20-2012 15:38:49  
I know you are leaning toward a walk behind, but my struck dozer, which is of about 2000 vintage, will handle some severe angles. Google or youtube search Struck magnatrac 5000, if you want to see one. Trick is to make a trail, with switchbacks, which run across the slope.

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09-20-2012 18:27:50

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 Re: Walk behind crawler dozer info in reply to Diydave, 09-20-2012 16:36:19  
If I could fined one of the Struck Mini dozers that was in good shape and around $2000 or so I might go that option.

I could rig up some safety lines and work small sections and reset every 10 ft or so when I am on the hillside. The rest is just salmon berrys and light brush. I will go around the trees.

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09-20-2012 17:26:03

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 Re: Walk behind crawler dozer info in reply to Diydave, 09-20-2012 16:36:19  
I would love to have one of those with the backhoe attachment. I have looked at there little dozers for years. It would be the perfect machine for my place but alas it will be a long time before I have that kind of money.

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