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Jason 5759 310 9520T Puuuussssshhhhh either
9520T Puuuussssshhhhh
Puusssshhhhh
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Why don't you drive with normal construction equipment like
bulldozers and wheel loaders??
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Buying a 9520 with a set of 18 yd pans and a 9520T with a
push blade is about 1/3 cheeper than a 637 Cat and a D7 Cat.
So if the math is done I can move more dirt than a person
with a 637 Cat and a D7 Cat. Besides why do you think Cat
is making a 500hp tractor (MT865)?
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http://www.fleetrents.com/
http://www.fleetrents.com/site/main2.html
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Why wont each 9520 pull one dozer bucket?? I think it will
save you some tail lights on the machines, the blade will
not always hit the bumper on the right angle.
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what??????????
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Looks like a cool setup to me. Doing the job and saving
money. What could be better. Who needs the tail lights
anyway on that kind of job?
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I don't understand the tail lights question, but the reason
for two scrapers is that once the first is loaded you get
the weight transfer on the tractor to help load the second.
Also a setup like this can travel over soft ground better
than a buggy.
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