• rockhead


    Dave-D wrote:Why,

    here in America, we even build jet engines!

    Dave


    How many cubits per hour speed can they achieve ?

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  • rockhead

    Ok I should have had a comma in there . . . German engineered , steel.  Although I have used Chinese knockoff of the engineered gear that was made with inconsistent steel and it was almost as good ( except for the occasional brittle bit that would break off ) :willy_nilly:

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  • rockhead

    I've seen some astoundingly good scaffold done with Bamboo too :smash: but you can't beat German engineered steel for consistency and reliability :gnorsi:

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  • rockhead


    eejimm wrote:

    Gee, then you could have races… :hurray:

    Jim


    Race or catfight ???!? :lol:

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  • rockhead


    Fireblade wrote:

    Yeah, get 2 :smileyhappy:


    eejimm wrote:

    Gee, then you could have races spare parts… :hurray:

    Jim


    :smash:

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  • rockhead

    Track width on both models that this could be are highway legal :thumbsup:, weight is a manageable 5200ish pounds and I now have 's blessing so I am clearly good-to-go :smilewinkgrin:

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  • rockhead

    And then what comes across my screen but a Pisten Bully PB130D same price range, slightly larger beasty, factory equipped 6 way blade instead of a cobbled together atv plow :ihih: and its 2000 miles closer to home.

    Very tempting . . .

    bully.JPG

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  • rockhead

    so question for you :icon_biggrin: any idea what I might expect for climbing in the spring ? The skidoo was pushing down into slushy stuff anytime I was off the power, will a twin track cat resist wallowing better than my Rhino on four ?

    I have high hopes on the SuperImp I am looking at, it is half the weight of your machine with 2/3 the track area so maybe maybe maybe I can float on dry crap that stalls you :driving:.

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