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    hey, can someone send me a link to that trailbuilding dozer???

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    Quote Originally Posted by chief
    hey, can someone send me a link to that trailbuilding dozer???
    http://www.arrowheadtrails.com/

    .....and I believe one of the Buratti's told me that IMBA has a for-hire crew that will come out with their trail building dozer for $400 or so a day, couldn't find any info on the imba website. It would be really cool to have them come down for a day at Canyon Lake, a day at Flat Rock and a day at Georgetown. We could get a whole lot of sustainable trail built quick - whose got $1200?
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    IMBA info here:

    http://www.imba.com/about/trail_consulting.html

    Dewayne got to drive and run a bunch of these on his trip to NC.

    Here's joey with IMBA's machine:



    they built singletrack, a DH course and a jump park:

    http://www.tamarackidaho.com/life/jumppark.html

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    tanx joel, tanx jd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joetoeclips
    [url] It would be really cool to have them come down for a day at Canyon Lake, a day at Flat Rock and a day at Georgetown. We could get a whole lot of sustainable trail built quick - whose got $1200?
    Yeah, those tools are efficient at the hands of a skilled and knowledgeable operator. The terrain in central Texas isn't the most conducive to bladed skid steer machines;rocks could pose a problem. Still, I'd like to see Joey and Rich run a SWECO trail dozer here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dburatti
    Yeah, those tools are efficient at the hands of a skilled and knowledgeable operator. The terrain in central Texas isn't the most conducive to bladed skid steer machines;rocks could pose a problem. Still, I'd like to see Joey and Rich run a SWECO trail dozer here.

    actually, i think the ymca terrain presents itself for a dozer as such.

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