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Road grader, pull type

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DONALD B. MASSEY

09-01-1998 10:35:11




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am looking for a pull type road grader to work on a road to our cabin in the mountains. am located in west central colorado so would appreciate info on grader relatively close to colorado.




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Jay Larson

01-15-2002 22:04:43
63.255.10.152



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 Re: road grader, pull type in reply to DONALD B. MASSEY, 09-01-1998 10:35:11  
I'm looking for any information on a Klyde (Clyde) Model 105 Horse drawn road grader. My neighbor has one on his place and he wants to resore it to original colors/condition.



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Mark A. Sauer

04-26-2000 20:08:04
205.188.193.157



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 Re: road grader, pull type in reply to DONALD B. MASSEY, 09-01-1998 10:35:11  
: am looking for a pull type road grader to work on a road to our cabin in the mountains. am located in west central colorado so would appreciate info on grader relatively close to colorado.


Donald:

My company produces a trailing road grader you pull behind a 4x4 pick-up truck or lower horsepower tractor. This is has five cutting blades in the front and a spreading bar mounted behind those and four sets of tandem tires that provide 100% packing of the graded surface. almost 1000 pounds of water can be added to a rear ballast tank for additional packing. If you provide me you email address and mailing address I would be happy to provide you a brochure and video

My Name is Mark Sauer with Savannah Forestry Equipment. My phone is 800-240-8358. I look forward to hearing from you. You may also check out our website. savannahforestryUSA.com

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Matthew von Hobe

10-09-1998 09:28:49




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 Re: road grader, pull type in reply to DONALD B. MASSEY, 09-01-1998 10:35:11  
Just came back from browsing a connected page to this site - a couple of OLD graders available. You can find 'em at:

www.ytmag.com/cgi-bin/clasquery.pl



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Matthew von Hobe

10-09-1998 08:27:52




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 Re: road grader, pull type in reply to DONALD B. MASSEY, 09-01-1998 10:35:11  
Am located in south-central Colorado. Just bought an Adams Leaning Wheel Road Grader which I'll restore to horse-drawn use.
These things come up for sale periodically, usually in auctions. There are two auctions per year I faithfully attend up at the Adams Co. Fairgrounds put on by Harley Troyer; first weekends in April and October. Odds are there will be one or two. Also just saw one in an estate auction near Westcliffe.
I understand there is one lounging in a field just up the road... if you're still in need of one I'll go check it out, get info. on it, see if it's for sale.

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Benny

09-23-2000 05:48:29
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 Re: Re: road grader, pull type in reply to Matthew von Hobe, 10-09-1998 08:27:52  
: Am located in south-central Colorado. Just bought an Adams Leaning Wheel Road Grader which I'll restore to horse-drawn use.
: These things come up for sale periodically, usually in auctions. There are two auctions per year I faithfully attend up at the Adams Co. Fairgrounds put on by Harley Troyer; first weekends in April and October. Odds are there will be one or two. Also just saw one in an estate auction near Westcliffe.
: I understand there is one lounging in a field just up the road... if you're still in need of one I'll go check it out, get info. on it, see if it's for sale.

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Jogg

09-02-1998 08:45:58




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 Re: road grader, pull type in reply to DONALD B. MASSEY, 09-01-1998 10:35:11  
: am looking for a pull type road grader to work on a road to our cabin in the mountains. am located in west central colorado so would appreciate info on grader relatively close to colorado.

Donald, I don't know how much time you have to spend looking, but about 5 yrs ago there was a beauty abandoned in a failed development off of Girl Scout Road just about 5mi.outside of Ridgeway, Co. There was also one just North of Montrose, parked in front of a business on Rt.50. Good luck. Jogg.

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HARLEY DUDE

09-01-1998 11:21:32




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 Re: road grader, pull type in reply to DONALD B. MASSEY, 09-01-1998 10:35:11  
There's an ad in the Rocky Mountain News for a pull type road grader,$500



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