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MikeB
Join Date: Oct 2003
Posts: 37 CT
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2002-09-26          42974


Will be moving 50 yards of topsoil next week. Small yard, new privacy fence around in ground pool install. Slight slope involved. Will be tight manuvering. Slow going. Will I need my box blade for balast?? 4wd non filled tires. R4's.
THANKS for any help!

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TomG
Join Date: Feb 2002
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2002-09-27          42987


I leave an implement on (usually the box) when ever I'm doing loader work. The tractor gets nose tippy and the steering is heavy without it--especially with unloaded tires or wheel weights. Tire weight make a tractor less likely to kiss the ground but don't lighten the steering.

I'd use ballast, but then depending on exactly what's being done, I'd probably be moving soil around more with the box than the loader. ....

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2002-10-01          43189


Soil to be dumped by trucks outside double fence gate (my access). I will move it around to the other side of a "n" shaped yard, pool in the middle. Slope has the rear of the property the highest. Why the box??? Larger capacity?
Never considered it........ hmmmmm ....

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MikeB
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2002-10-01          43192


Soil to be dumped by trucks outside double fence gate (my access). I will move it around to the other side of a "n" shaped yard, pool in the middle. Slope has the rear of the property the highest. Why the box??? Larger capacity?
Never considered it........ hmmmmm
Back filling over compacted subsoil after in ground pool install. 2-4" of crushed clay pretty much the whole yard that's not pool, to seed.
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