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Cat loaders at rest

Post #1 by SRB » Thu Apr 16, 2009 5:30 pm

On the yard today, snapped a trio of loaders at rest, 924G, 980G (it is honest, just had a hard life..) and a 992G (won't dig much with the bucket on that way around......)

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Re: Cat loaders at rest

Post #2 by Hammer man » Fri Apr 17, 2009 10:31 pm

SRB wrote:980G (it is honest, just had a hard life..)

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Looks like it :lol: Looks like its been left in salt water for a while!!!
The 980 is a sizable machine in most quarrys i go to,but small up to the 992.When i was on the the ADT`s a few yrs ago,i was on a A40C at Foster Yeomans Torr works,which i thought was large machine.Untill i got loaded by 1 of the 992`s :o (they have 2,& a 992e)
Nice to see some pics to compare sizes. :)
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Re: Cat loaders at rest

Post #3 by SRB » Sat Apr 18, 2009 6:17 pm

The 980 is out of Steel works down on Sheerness.... One careful lady owner, only drove it to Mosque on a friday.............
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