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Re: OT-Anyone seen a dirt pan laying around East Texas?

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641Dave

12-07-2012 07:02:54
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Yeah, one of those dirt pans is what I have in mind. I have a box blade and a three point scoop bucket like mention. It works fine but I'm planning on moving allot of dirt at this place over the next couple of years.
I saw one tumblebug and saw a video of one working on youtube. It looks like it would do the job pretty well.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qh54vkmNPP4

Thanks fellas and let me know if y'all see one of these close to Texas.

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george md

12-09-2012 18:41:42
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 Re: OT-Anyone seen a dirt pan laying around East Texas? in reply to 641Dave, 12-07-2012 07:02:54  
Dave,

I have one of the rollover scrapers , quite effective in their day for cutting back creek banks or road banks before the backhoes became popular,but it is not a tool to move dirt long distance . For distance put rubber wheels under the load ,much cheaper.

With any amount of material to move , a truck and a method of loading would be best, a crawler loader or a large backhoe .

george

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