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Old 02-09-2011, 09:23 PM
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Does anyone know where i could get a hitachi 120 (1:32 preferably) or has anyone built there own?
It would have to be dash 1 or 5 as the 2 & 3's weren't great for grading
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Does anyone know where i could get a hitachi 120 (1:32 preferably) or has anyone built there own?
It would have to be dash 1 or 5 as the 2 & 3's weren't great for grading
Could sort you a deal on a Zaxis 200 if you have a good bottle opener and a small paint brush to alter the sign writing.

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Could sort you a deal on a Zaxis 200 if you have a good bottle opener and a small paint brush to alter the sign writing.

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Now that always amazes me ships in bottles but an excavator and truck brilliant I would have trouble just getting the sand in

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come on then Rob ,how did you get it in there
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come on then Rob ,how did you get it in there
Looks like to me he reversed the truck in as not enough room to turn around in there with the 200 already there

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Looks like to me he reversed the truck in as not enough room to turn around in there with the 200 already there.
Bang on as usual. Careful planning, bit of organisation and talk to each other and its simple.

Truck drives in first and the whole job is stuffed
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I'm as good a hand with a bottle opener as i am with a digger, wouldn't worry about the signwriting just put some of my lads on it for an hour and they'd have it scraped off it
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It's very creative and lovely!
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Professional slewing bearing manufacturer of SLEWING BEARING.

Hitachi EX120/EX200-1/EX220-2/EX200-5/ZX220/ZX200 etc.
Cat320C/CAT325/CAT330 etc.
Komatsu PC200-5/PC200-6/PC200-7/PC200-8etc.

Just contact me: maggie@ngshunchang.com will be OK.
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Professional slewing bearing manufacturer of SLEWING BEARING.

Hitachi EX120/EX200-1/EX220-2/EX200-5/ZX220/ZX200 etc.
Cat320C/CAT325/CAT330 etc.
Komatsu PC200-5/PC200-6/PC200-7/PC200-8etc.

Just contact me: maggie@ngshunchang.com will be OK.
Sorry, love, you look like fulfilling our predictions about your reasons for coming on here. We're all for constructive cultural exchange (aren't we, Tim) but not too many of us are going to nip across to Shanghai to buy a bearing. Tell us a bit more about life in the Chinese construction industry by al means, a few photos of dozers at work, etc, but no sales.
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