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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: Purchase Advice

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dpendzic

01-12-2020 10:47:02




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I do quite a bit of tree clearing on my mountain property I find that my track loader with a 4 in 1 bucket with teeth works really well to push trees over and then push/roll all the branches into burn piles--a brush rake would be better to clean up the branches. for grading the trails my dozer with a 6 way blade is much better




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clancybear

01-15-2020 08:00:12




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 Re: Purchase Advice in reply to dpendzic, 01-12-2020 10:47:02  
you got me to thinking, if you could have only one machine, for tree and brush clearing could you get by with just the dozer without a bucket? reason i ask, i would have a better chance finding a machine with pto if i included the dozers as well as the bucket machines?



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clancybear

01-12-2020 13:10:47




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 Re: Purchase Advice in reply to dpendzic, 01-12-2020 10:47:02  
i would not do alot of grading so it sounds like the bucket would be better for cleanup, thanks



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