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Old 11-07-2017, 10:18 AM
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My stuff finally getting dirty...



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Old 11-07-2017, 10:55 AM
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Very nice setup in your own yard! We're in Michigan, southeastern, let us know if you are interested in getting together for truck fun. We are going to try to get together in the spring, not interfere with any shows, but just do some garden trucking around here. Let us know if you'd be interested.

Again, great looking site.

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Me likes it a lot. It looks so real. Looks almost like the screening set up that the topsoil company I worked for a few years ago had going on.
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It looks absolutely fabulous, Let the fun begin!
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Great looking site! Looks like you've got plenty of room to play and expand if you ever wanted to.
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Looking good Jason!

Is the steel engine cover you made from 1/4"?! Now how did you get it to 107lbs?! That's 27lbs heavier than mine.
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Old 11-13-2017, 10:56 AM
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Very nice setup in your own yard! We're in Michigan, southeastern, let us know if you are interested in getting together for truck fun. We are going to try to get together in the spring, not interfere with any shows, but just do some garden trucking around here. Let us know if you'd be interested.

Again, great looking site.

Happy Trucking,

Jim
Thank you, I could possibly be into that depending on the work schedule at that time

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Me likes it a lot. It looks so real. Looks almost like the screening set up that the topsoil company I worked for a few years ago had going on.
I had seen one similar to this years ago too when i was hauling material, kinda what i based this off of.

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Great looking site! Looks like you've got plenty of room to play and expand if you ever wanted to.
Thank you. Yes, i do have another section that ill work with next year. I kind of left it unfinished so i can haul the screened material over there once i get a dump truck running and some conveyors possibly.

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Looking good Jason!

Is the steel engine cover you made from 1/4"?! Now how did you get it to 107lbs?! That's 27lbs heavier than mine.
Joe, thanks. The body is pretty heavy at 8 lbs, theres quite a bit of steel there and not including the counter weight which i had filled with lead and added another 10 lbs( Then theres the undercarriage metal parts i added too to dress up the sides of the tracks. Those pieces of steel where chunky as well. Weight was measured on an old analog scale, so give or take a few there..
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That is such a killer layout already, wow.
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Nice construction site. Just subscribed to your YT channel
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Old 11-13-2017, 05:07 PM
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You should consider bringing your outfit down to Cabin Fever Expo in January. That would be a very nice addition. I had my jaw crusher making some limestone 2B modified roughly 1:1 size.
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