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less than the machine but more than anyone would want to pay , nicely done , getting that buried one running was the big score 

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9 hours ago, watab kid said:

less than the machine but more than anyone would want to pay , nicely done , getting that buried one running was the big score 

A lot less than hiring a bunch of people with shovels and buckets working by the hour for a week or so.

 

BTW, speaking of working by the hour, were those six or seven guys watching with their hands in their pockets on the clock?

 

My dad would have said that the guy driving was "good enough to change a diaper...if he'd clean the bucket up first".

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18 minutes ago, Allie Mo, SASS No. 25217 said:

You guyz really watched that for 41 minutes?

 

Yep.

I have to admit, though,  that I was expecting it to fall over as he dug next to it.

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2 hours ago, Allie Mo, SASS No. 25217 said:

You guyz really watched that for 41 minutes?

Absolutely. That was just simply fascinating.

 

Maybe it's a guy thing.

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yup , maybe gotta have been in heavy construction to fully appreciate the finess that guy had with that hoe - other guy did pretty good as well 

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Thought I'd just watch a few minutes and skip ahead, me 41 minutes later, that was cool. 

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I've long marveled at the skill I've seen, men running a backhoe ... I like Forty's observation about changing a diaper!

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I've seen lots of videos like this one.

 

What I really want to see is a video of how the first track hoe got buried up to the operators seat.

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When they talk about heavy equipment, and they mention a weight, is that the weight that the equipment can handle, or the actual weight of the vehicle?

 

He said the little backhoe was a seven ton unit. Does that mean it weighed 14,000 lb, or does that mean it could pick up 14,000 lb?

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