Anyone have any experience with Excavator Clay Or any

Anyone have any experience with Excavator Clay Or any

Advise on rototiller | Forums Forums

Apr 04, 2010 · It does happen to be the handiest piece of equipment I have around though. I can almost, but not quite do 150% of the work in 8 hours with that as can be done with a 580 Case backhoe. I have tractors and track loaders if I need a bucket. That excavator definitely puts me in the position of never needing (or wanting) a backhoe again.

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How would you get it up there? | Heavy Equipment Forums

Oct 28, 2009 · It might take more than 5 minutes, but anyone with any experience should have no problem at all. There is only a few inches of dirt or clay on most of it with rock underneath. It's gonna have to drilled and blasted. I do like the idea of different operator in the excavator. That is only construction type equipment I have really run and

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Can 3720 dig pond in clay??? - TractorByNet

Jul 01, 2005 · I also want to dig a 1/2 to 3/4 acre pond in this grey clay we have. Does anyone have any experience with the 3720, 300cx FEL and 448 BH in this situation? I realize that that is a lot of dirt, and will take time, but all the pond diggers around here want 10-15K.

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Screw type splitter? | Arboristsite.com

Mar 08, 2010 · Does anyone have any experience with these screw type splitters? I am considering making one fit to my skidsteer. Clay City IN. Mar 8, 2010 I think I will keep my eyes open and wait on a good deal. I will probably try to mount on my 337 bobcat excavator and keep my digits far away from any hard learned experience. Curbside. Mar 8, 2010. C.

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Shaver Post Driver - TractorByNet

Mar 31, 2014 · Anyone have any experience with a Shaver HD-8 Post Driver or other brand post driver? We have red clay down here and South Georgia and I'm wondering how well it would work. I've put up a lot of fence around here and I'd love to get one if they work good.

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953C undercarriage parts | Heavy Equipment Forums

Dec 24, 2008 · Honestly that blows my mind that a Cat u/c can last over 10,000 hrs on a DOZER. Sure an excavator but a dozer with that kind of little wear is great. Given that the machine you have a Cat bottom on has 5500 hrs at 65% remaining. Does anyone have a price comparison from Cat to any other aftermarket supplier? I am curious as a Cat darin

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8' Trenching long distances: Backhoe or Small excavator

Mar 09, 2014 · Lockhart You might have to bump up the budget a touch. As Delmer said if you don't have a trailer to haul an excavator the rubbertire backhoe would be my bet .But no dout in my mind the excavator will work best .I have both backhoe and excavator and I love the tractor backhoe but when comes down to the big business we bring in the excavator and the backhoe …

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Excavator Bucket Repair - Welding Tips and Tricks

Oct 25, 2014 · I have an excavator bucket that needs some build up on the cutting edge. It is worn down about 1/2" in the centre. In other words, the cutting edge is concave. I am thinking that this would probably be best done using stick rather than mig. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to do this?

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Excavating with Skyline Yarder - experiences please

Feb 25, 2009 · The excavator (60,000 lbs) could serve as the anchor to attach the skyline and haulback lines to on the other side of the pond. But I would need a yarder, a dragline type bucket, and all the cables. Does anyone here have any experience with this type of equipment? What type of yarder and bucket would be suitable?

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Filling a ditch question - TractorByNet

Feb 08, 2020 · Photos and aerial views (Google) would help. Some ideas: 1. Divert the water to a different route 2. Contain the water (cement ditch) 3. Slow the water (wide artificial creek, lots of rocks) 4. Spread the runoff over a much wider area (no swale) My thought on filling the ditch with rocks is that the water will just erode a new ditch beside the rocks. Bruce

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Is a mini-excavator good enough? What would be a fair

My wife & I are considering renting a min-excavator in order to rip out some bushes and stumps that are in the way of future plans; and I was wondering if I could reasonablely make a full sized huglecultre using a "mini".At first glance, it seems like it should be enough to get the job done; but does anyone have any experience with these little machines?

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Advise on rototiller | Forums Forums

Apr 04, 2010 · It does happen to be the handiest piece of equipment I have around though. I can almost, but not quite do 150% of the work in 8 hours with that as can be done with a 580 Case backhoe. I have tractors and track loaders if I need a bucket. That excavator definitely puts me in the position of never needing (or wanting) a backhoe again.

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Excavating with Skyline Yarder - experiences please

Feb 25, 2009 · The excavator (60,000 lbs) could serve as the anchor to attach the skyline and haulback lines to on the other side of the pond. But I would need a yarder, a dragline type bucket, and all the cables. Does anyone here have any experience with this type of equipment? What type of yarder and bucket would be suitable?

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What clay to use with sand for burrowing scorpion

Sep 07, 2013 · Jun 24, 2011. Messages. 383. If you can use Excavator Clay, a ratio of 1 part clay to 5 parts sand produces a suitable hardness. For an adult Hadrurus enclosure, I use a 50lb bag of play sand and a 10lb bag of Excavator Clay. Mix the two dry in a bucket or tub, then moisten the mixture until it holds its shape.

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Excavator clay? | Bearded Dragon .org

Jul 30, 2018 · I've been looking through different substrates for my beardie and I found excavator clay. Just wondering if this is a good substrate and if anyone has any experience with it. In the future I will be making a bioactive setup for my guy but for now will this work?

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zoo med excavator clay - Field Herp Forum

Nov 12, 2014 · by Kfen » Mon Oct 20, 2014 1:00 am. I just used zoo med's excavator clay for the first time. I was pretty excited to try it out for a bearded dragon. I thought it would look very natural, and solve the problem of possible ingestion because it is supposed to harden similar to concrete. I am happy with the first goal, it looks great.

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Gehl Mini Excavators?? | LawnSite™ is the largest and most

Dec 29, 2008 · As far as power, they all have said my machine smokes any others in the class. The cab I will say could be improved, as in comfort wise that is. It also has a/c but blows kinda warm and has a valve to shut off the heater core, but when you do that the machine runs hot when its 85 out or more.

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How well does Zoo Med's Excavator Clay work? I plan on

Just my experience with it, and I could be doing something wrong on how to maintain it properly, but from how it was I much preferred my other substrates. 4. level 1. ButchCassidy121. · 5y. I use it and it has worked very well. Use plenty of water and it supports burrowing and wont crumble.

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Hand excavator? | DIY Home Improvement Forum

Jul 22, 2018 · I have a small small, thin area on top of a hill (no type of access for any heavy machinery), that I need to dig outthe problem is the earth is clay like, so it is very tiring by hand, even after the rain. I was wondering if anyone knows of some type of hand held excavator or some other type of effective digging tool. thanks in advance.

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Anyone have any experience with Excavator Clay? Or any

Anyone have any experience with Excavator Clay? Or any other kind of hardening clay or stone subtrates? I just received two leopard geckos last week (not my first time owning a leo) and I was told that they've been on sand most of their life, but for obvious reasons, including the fact that sand is not really a part of their natural environment

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