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As you can see, it is used in road maintenance and for pulling a disc.
(We use the same model D7 3T machine and disc here at our property in Idaho for the same purpose. There are a lot of older machines here in our northern states, tempered with age, and many more spread about the states of Mexico.
But natural gas CNG- and LPG are both readily available and inexpensive here." Alfredo is exploring the the possibility of a retrofit for some D8H/K models if he can find G342 engines. The Murray Ripper shown in the pictures reminds me very much of the early Le Tourneau designed pull type rippers still in use here in Idaho. While Otto and Lillie are not the traditional "Grimy Man" they know how things work in their world and ours, and they are people who do not "jump to conclusions". A joint effort between the University of Michigan and the University of Sheffield has resulted in Worldmapper.
If you Grimy Men out there have an idea about alternative solutions please pass it along. Writing with humor and satire, you can also rely on Eric at When the election of 2008 here in the North was underway, we received a little extra help from the Peruvians. A thorough cleansing of our candidates is always in order. The Left Hand picture represents the world as measured by working tractors in use and the Right Hand picture represents the increase in tractor populations worldwide between 19.
They were not concerned that it did not fit their application, they "would make it work." (Addendum) In the recent dust-up in Georgia you might get a new perspective from Chris at Empire Burlesque and my old (hell, we're all getting older! Chisto is riding the boom atop a 300 foot crane and giving us a 360 view of the city.
A disc creates some formidable fire breaks.) While only a 26000 lb machine (bare) that cost ,000 when new (early 50's) the D7 3T is still a popular and productive machine. Their ingenuity and willingness to learn about and to work on their machine is an example we are all familiar with when struggling with our own older equipment. Tito (in the middle of the "Crew" picture) was instrumental in arranging and handling the logistics with us for an engine replacement for an old Cat #12 grader in the Yucatan peninsula.
With his help, an old #12 7T grader is now back at work and providing income for its owner.
So take your time, search for alternatives, don't replace what can be repaired or rebuilt.
If you get in a hurry, you will pay a price, both in lost time and wasted money.