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Anyone need a LOT of snow moved? WOW!

Discussion in 'Equipment, Tools & Vehicle Pictures' started by ken643, Feb 4, 2013.

  1. ken643

    ken643 Senior Member
    Messages: 821

  2. xtreem3d

    xtreem3d PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,548

    The bucket looks so far forward on the machine that it wouldn't have enough counterweight with a full bucket.
  3. mike6256

    mike6256 Senior Member
    Messages: 286

    I agree, looks awfully light in the rear and it has no load in the bucket??
    Should move a lot of snow though :dizzy:
  4. Landcare - Mont

    Landcare - Mont Senior Member
    Messages: 351

  5. nms0219

    nms0219 Senior Member
    Messages: 445

    I want the number of the guy who poured that concrete floor. Amazing it did not sink thru it.
  6. 4x4Farmer

    4x4Farmer Senior Member
    Messages: 953

    OMG..could you image loading trucks with snow with that thing....."ok johnny your loaded...wait a minute...were are you?" " Im under this snow pile somewhere!"
  7. xgiovannix12

    xgiovannix12 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,433

    Lol good way to put it :laughing:
  8. G.Landscape

    G.Landscape Senior Member
    from Ontario
    Messages: 851

    LOL, I really hope those first two comments were jokes....I am pretty sure the engineers thought about the weight to lift capacity....
  9. Grassman09

    Grassman09 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,808

    You never know.Stranger things have happened.
  10. jvm81

    jvm81 Senior Member
    from Midwest
    Messages: 387

    That's a big loader. Where does something that big go to work? And the question I can't answer or afford how much $$$$. And the building it came out off. A lot of big iron in there. That's a huge a@& building. Wow.

    SNOWLORD Senior Member
    from MN
    Messages: 610

    That loader will spend its life in a mine. I ran a huge loader at an oil refinery once it had a 30yd bucket I could fill a rail car in 3 scoops. This one is over twice that size.
  12. RJ lindblom

    RJ lindblom Senior Member
    Messages: 346

    It will be used at a mine. Usually loading haul trucks.
  13. scott3430

    scott3430 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,008

    It would be fun to use for a day - and try not to wreak something.
  14. White Gardens

    White Gardens 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,665

    Ha! You could run over a pick-up and not even notice.

  15. farmerkev

    farmerkev Senior Member
    Messages: 849

    Haha glad Im not alone! I was more curious about the floor than the actual machine. lol
  16. weekendwrench

    weekendwrench Senior Member
    Messages: 126

    That makes 3 of us.Thumbs Up
  17. mdb landscaping

    mdb landscaping Senior Member
    Messages: 823

    You must need a crane truck just to change teeth on the bucket.
  18. Morrissey snow removal

    Morrissey snow removal PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,798

    that is one big loader i thought a 992 cat was big that loader could pick it up
  19. birddseedd

    birddseedd PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 3,516

    my question is how do they move that thing to a job site?
  20. RJ lindblom

    RJ lindblom Senior Member
    Messages: 346

    It is usually delivered by rail. And (or) it comes in pieces and assembled on site. The manufacturer will send a crew to attach the cab, put the wheels on, and attach the bucket.

    If it doesn't come on rail, several lowboys and super load.