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Couple of minis Lennox Kitty Track and Windorf Crawler.

 

 

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This D8K has not moved for a couple years, decided to snap a pict today..

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6 hours ago, fxfymn said:

Yep grade the driveway and wake up the neighborhood doing it. Would be a neat machine to run. 

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Cool little tractors,41, is that a two cylinder Wisconsin on the bigger one?

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John Deere 850.  Took this picture about 35 years ago.

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Some of our iron in the pit.      And a shiny new D10  , I wish it was ours. I'd love to see what it feels like in a push..

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i hope the ladder on that 10 folds up out of the way, or it will most likely get ripped off on the first good push. 

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20 hours ago, B MACK said:

Some of our iron in the pit.      And a shiny new D10  , I wish it was ours. I'd love to see what it feels like in a push..

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I was watching a D10t this summer on that highway project near me push scrapers. Didn’t even labor it to do so, made the new 6 they had there look weak. 

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16 hours ago, tjc transport said:

i hope the ladder on that 10 folds up out of the way, or it will most likely get ripped off on the first good push. 

I think it pivots right up there at the cat walk, and swings up above the final drive .      I've never seen one up close , I'm sure they do wonders..

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17 hours ago, tjc transport said:

i hope the ladder on that 10 folds up out of the way, or it will most likely get ripped off on the first good push. 

The ladder is/can be hydraulic optioned and swings up and clear. Friend of mine designed that right here in Peoria. It works well.

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i figured it did with what looks like a hydraulic mount on the rear side of the ladder. but it looks by the way it is mounted to pivot forward. if it went to the rear over the sprocket, it would also have to raise to clear the sprocket and tracks. 

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Here is a picture from AZ Iron of the CAT D10T2 ladder in the stowed position so it is out of the way while operating.

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ok, now it makes sense. 

pivots on two axis, to the rear and also flips 180 so the handrails face the machine when in stowed position. 

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I guess that machine was not intended for jungle busting or forestery work .because that ladder would not last past the first big tree

 

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I think the ladder is an option. The D10t (brand new) I saw this summer did not have one of those bulky ladders hanging off of the side. 

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