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|03-23-2017 07:43 AM|
Detroit ...... exhaust was one side of the ROPS
Floatation rubber with chains ...... the ultimate 4x4!
|03-23-2017 06:56 AM|
|DaBomb6988||Nothing better than a screaming detroit lol. The old GM diesels had a wonderful tune as well|
|03-23-2017 06:30 AM|
Originally Posted by Macarena Man View Post
Detroit in those wasn't there? Not exactly the words quietest engines. Two speeds, idle and WFO.
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|03-23-2017 12:52 AM|
|creed82||So far, my most reliable OHVs have been: 1983 ATC 110, 2003 Honda 300EX, 2004 Honda 400EX, 2016 Honda Rancher 4x4 DCT EPS. They have all been reliable and fun.|
|03-22-2017 11:42 PM|
And yes ....... a skidder is the ultimate 4x4. My favorite is the now ancient 404 Timberjack. Great machine. Good power/weight ratio, but would make a stone go deaf. Ran one for many years.
|03-22-2017 01:14 PM|
Now thats funny!
|03-22-2017 12:58 PM|
I'd love to get myself a skidder for the wood lot! Maybe in a couple more years.
|03-22-2017 12:55 PM|
|mac102004||I kind of figured that LOL. I've seen them used a lot out in Alberta/BC as well, I actually seen one set up as a drill unit recently here in NS, but I'm not 100% sure what they were doing with it. There isn't much that can stop them, that's for sure. Get it stuck and your in deep trouble. I believe Foremost still makes them, same company that builds the Commander I mentioned.|
|03-22-2017 12:46 PM|
Yes a Noddwell!
Thank you Mac..
It was all frenchmen up there so the N was silent!
They were old machines with non turbo GM diesels... Yellow.
We used them to transport our fuels..
|03-22-2017 12:42 PM|
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