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Re: What do you guys use to pull sheeps foot and box scraper

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G1355

04-27-2013 19:13:45
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I pulled a 10ft sheeps foot and 12ft box scraper together, all at the same time, first time really using a tractor for construction work for me, usually we just use them for farming.




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Larry NEIL

04-27-2013 20:04:27
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 Re: What do you guys use to pull sheeps foot and box scraper in reply to G1355, 04-27-2013 19:13:45  
In all my years in the excavating/earthmoving business, I've never seen or heard of pulling a scraper blade behind a sheepsfoot and can't imagine what good it does. I'm not trying to be a smart azz, just don't see it doing anything but burning fuel.
We always used a Cat 815 or 825 compactor with a blade on it. If we used a pull sheepsfoot there would be a dozer working the dirt as it was dumped.

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Jerry he

04-28-2013 06:55:15
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 Re: What do you guys use to pull sheeps foot and box scraper in reply to Larry NEIL, 04-27-2013 20:04:27  
When you get close to finish grade a blade after the packer takes off the humps as you go, beats the heck out of trying to cut them off with a uni after you reach required compaction. Sure makes a nice surface to grade for laying concrete



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jim plunkett

04-27-2013 23:50:26
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 Re: What do you guys use to pull sheeps foot and box scraper in reply to Larry NEIL, 04-27-2013 20:04:27  
You pull the sheeps foot behind the drag scraper



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 Re: What do you guys use to pull sheeps foot and box scraper in reply to jim plunkett, 04-27-2013 23:50:26  
Then it doesn't level it off



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