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The hardest part of being a heavey operator now-a-days is climbing aboard and just staying awake. With the air conditioning, enclosed quiet cabs, air ride seats, music tunes, remote camers, 1/2 ounce pressure joy-stick controls, self greasing,and GPS telekenetic grade & location dispatchment, means "anybody " with vidio "gaming " skills can be a Heavy Equipment Operator. Just no "He-Men" left to do REAL WORK-Like it was done 25years earlier ( and a whole lot of it got done before). The "Hero's" of yesteryear are GONE

New one on me and I love old heavy equipment. The guy knows how to run it too. That’s the cool thing about old trucks and equipment, they can still do just as good of a job if not better in some cases. Maybe not as fast or fuel efficient but they definitely have it in longevity. I need an old Mack with a low boy and a D9G or H

Awesome machine, sure beats doing it by hand. Operator knew how to handle it, but put that machines in the hands of a Novice and it's hell on tracks. Terrible visibility frontal visibility, no rops/shade, dumping that bucket was brutal.

My Grandpap had one like that. I remember climbing on it when I was young. We have a pic or two of my Dad driving it. They had property with small coal mines and they built houses. Something like that came in handy in the Appalachian hills...

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