Classic dozer and digger

diggerjones

diggerjones

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diggerjones

diggerjones

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Is that a D4D complete with bird s**t?
Not sure. Its a loooong time since I operated a dozer. I've operated both d4, d5 and d6. Thought it was a bit big for a 4. !!??
 
Bob

Bob

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I thought it looked a bit like this one I had new at Sizewell for gleeson 1971
 

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diggerjones

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Yeah. Never had the pleasure. Can remember seeing drivers with their knee on the cenre lever🤣🤣
 
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charlie2

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Yeah. Never had the pleasure. Can remember seeing drivers with their knee on the cenre lever🤣🤣
used a massey 350 that had single stick for tracking took a bit of getting used to but worked well enough.
 
diggerjones

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Think they belong to someone who used to do pipe lines, so makes sense. Strip top soil aswell
 
Vinpetrol

Vinpetrol

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Where are they ? The digger looks like a 215 . I worked with a guy in the 80s had one we worked together on oil pipe lines with these buckets on for reinstatement work . Mine was a 14 ft pile casing cut down with a cradle on it . You could shift a lot of soil with them
 
diggerjones

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Where are they ? The digger looks like a 215 . I worked with a guy in the 80s had one we worked together on oil pipe lines with these buckets on for reinstatement work . Mine was a 14 ft pile casing cut down with a cradle on it . You could shift a lot of soil with them
Cheshire/Staffordshire
 
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