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are they of no use commercially mog , seems a shame if they are good
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are they of no use commercially mog , seems a shame if they are good
The top is a bit rotten but they are water tight.....seems a shame but it they kept them what would i do for a week or two
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So how do you drag them on land to cut them up? I'm assuming your using your Daewoo/Doosan hydraulic snipper?
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Up date today

set of in the tug
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to collect these monsters
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the problem we had is that because the barges were so tall we couldn't push them
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so towing was the only option, you can just see the top of the tug here
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was going great guns until we came to the locks...a bit tight to say the least was touching both sides
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anyway started at 12 noon and had both barges through the locks sailed 1/2 a mile up the river one moored up safely the other on the slipway ready for cutting all for 4 o clock
Jeez that's tight in the locks!! Big old tubs, ain't they Mog.

Must've taken some emptying with a drag, with the bottoms the shape they are, internally.

Good luck with the job.
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So how do you drag them on land to cut them up? I'm assuming your using your Daewoo/Doosan hydraulic snipper?
Yes Burt took the Doosan this morning..............there is a slipway its a bit tight but they will fit then hook both machines to the front and pull.........only get about 10' at a time though so snip the end of and pull again
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Jeez that's tight in the locks!! Big old tubs, ain't they Mog.

Must've taken some emptying with a drag, with the bottoms the shape they are, internally.

Good luck with the job.
They look like real beauties Paul and such a shame as I doubt anybody will be building more of them in the UK.

However business is business and I'm certain you'll have them dispatched in no time.

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not really a selfy but my brother took this picture of me guiding one of the mud hoppers into the lock
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just wished Id had a wash and changed my cloths first
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Bit of an update had a hydraulic oil leak on the machine yesterday it was creating a very fine mist took a bit of finding............. but was a steel pipe that goes to the main lift rams.....on closer inspection it had been 'repaired' before but with it on the machine as it is a pig of a pipe to get off
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.......have to take all the pipes of the hoist cylinders first then a couple of clamps and that is the bit you can see the other end is at the rear of the spool valve chest under the steel pipes so after over an hour had it free but then had to get the pipe from between the lift rams

so with the pipe off could do a proper job of welding it cut all the old crap weld off to find the original crack
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and layed a couple of runs of proper weld on instead
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Bit of an update had a hydraulic oil leak on the machine yesterday it was creating a very fine mist took a bit of finding............. but was a steel pipe that goes to the main lift rams.....on closer inspection it had been 'repaired' before but with it on the machine as it is a pig of a pipe to get off
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.......have to take all the pipes of the hoist cylinders first then a couple of clamps and that is the bit you can see the other end is at the rear of the spool valve chest under the steel pipes so after over an hour had it free but then had to get the pipe from between the lift rams

so with the pipe off could do a proper job of welding it cut all the old crap weld off to find the original crack
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and layed a couple of runs of proper weld on instead
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Yep...... much better!
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Bit of an update had a hydraulic oil leak on the machine yesterday it was creating a very fine mist took a bit of finding............. but was a steel pipe that goes to the main lift rams.....on closer inspection it had been 'repaired' before but with it on the machine as it is a pig of a pipe to get off
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How'd anyone get that much pigeon shit in there?????

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.......have to take all the pipes of the hoist cylinders first then a couple of clamps and that is the bit you can see the other end is at the rear of the spool valve chest under the steel pipes so after over an hour had it free but then had to get the pipe from between the lift rams

so with the pipe off could do a proper job of welding it cut all the old crap weld off to find the original crack
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and layed a couple of runs of proper weld on instead
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That's a proper lookin' job Mog

Sounds a real PITA job to get at though Boyo
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