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  1. #1
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    Default Skidozer project





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    Nice project.

    Paul

  4. #4
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    is this yours or was it built for someone else?

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    we rebuilt it for someone that runs it throught the woods, awesome machine...

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    Those little machines are used by utility companies that need to get to hard to reach places, They also make them with small mechanics type cranes on them and some with dump beds.

    Used ones with alot of hours on them and a dump bed still go for $ 15,000.00 and if it has a crane on it they were another $ 10,000.

    I cant remember the name on them but very cool vehicles.

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    They are known as bombardier or a skidder. we use them a lot around here because it's very wet and low lying marsh in many of the places we work. the federal refuge also uses them to manage the hundreds of thousands of acres here.

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    I remember the name of the ones I looked at.

    It was called a Marook
    Moroc or something like that.

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    yes this is a bombardier skidozer with a 6 cylinder ford with c-4 tranny

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    How wide are the pads on this one you rebuilt?

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