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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyFarmLife-AC View Post
    That's a long haul when empty. Every mile is more in the red!
    What's sad about it all right now is the fact that sometimes driving home empty makes more sense then hauling a lot of the freight that's out here. Thanks to the market, today is my 2nd load in 15 days

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDavis1992 View Post
    As long as it's under 10ft in height and 8 1/2ft wide so you don't have to get into permitting.
    The other thing that happens here to is a lot of guys won't load this on a step, because unlike hotshots, they value their ramps
    My neighbor has a detach though with a 25ft well and he moves equipment for auctions for a living, so this would be right up his alley. I'll give him a ring later today and see what a quote would be for you. Hopefully not to bad since he could do while passing through since you don't have hard dates it needs to be moved.
    Shame this wasn't 3 weeks ago it needed to be moved, he came all the way back from Florida empty

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    mine is fractions of a inch under 10" tall.....probably would be 10' with new track shoes on it........my blade is 10' wide but are much narrower when fully angled ( not sure the angled width) .....mine has not required any special permits to move but its been years since i moved it.......looking at his picture his blade might be narrower but worth checking
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    Quote Originally Posted by TDavis1992 View Post
    What's sad about it all right now is the fact that sometimes driving home empty makes more sense then hauling a lot of the freight that's out here. Thanks to the market, today is my 2nd load in 15 days

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    Man, that's rough! Maybe the silver lining is that your return trips are then on your time and not the client's?

    Quote Originally Posted by ttazzman View Post
    mine is fractions of a inch under 10" tall.....probably would be 10' with new track shoes on it........my blade is 10' wide but are much narrower when fully angled ( not sure the angled width) .....mine has not required any special permits to move but its been years since i moved it.......looking at his picture his blade might be narrower but worth checking
    I'll have to get some more precise measurements before I fully make a deal with someone. Your machine sounds much more deluxe than this one. I may be wanting yours in the middle of August when I'm melting in the sun with no AC!
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    Drank a few brews with the neighbor last night, he'd be able to do it for you when he's down that way at some point in July/August. Looking around the $500 mark for each direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDavis1992 View Post
    Drank a few brews with the neighbor last night, he'd be able to do it for you when he's down that way at some point in July/August. Looking around the $500 mark for each direction.

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    Awesome! I'm good with that price. Where is he based out of? I'm working to see how early the dozer can be ready to move. Whatever fits his schedule is fine, but earlier would always be better. Want to DM me his info?
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    This is your driver, should get along halfway decent

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