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Thread: Cat 40 Scraper For Sale

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    Default Cat 40 Scraper For Sale

    This 40 scraper is in perfect condition. The pan is strait, all matching tubeless tires hold air, new main hydraulic lines. There's nothing wrong with it. It works great!
    $9,500 or best offer. Can hot shot deliver.

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    sure wish that was in NC.
    Erik Christenbury
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    Eric, you just got to say the magic words.

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    Wish it was in Queensland

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    Default Cat # 40, Yes very nice !!

    Very original Cat #40 .. looks like its done little work!,, and might be original paint ,, which i really like!! .Has any body seen one in Aussie!??. Ive never heard of one here!!. ,I brought a Cat 60 here from WA US.. Pete
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    I had a Wright 40 ,which is a Cat 40 built under liecence in South Africa ..It had been converted to a two wheel scoop ,and the D4-5T i had at the time Struggled to pull it ..Sold it in a moment of weakness .Last i heard ,it was in the darling downs area .
    General consensus on the Cat forums when I asked about it ,Was no 40s came to Australia .

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    Default Thankyou Ian for the info.

    My 5U D2 has a Wright built Tool-bar blade ,, no different from Cat built except for the ID Tag!,,,,Those Cat#40 sure look good behind a nice 7U D4 !!!,, pete

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    Default I wish that I had an extra $9,500, I'm close enough to get it.

    Mike,

    I just finished putting a set of tires on a Cat 60, over $1,000 spent on rubber and labor. I backed my D8 up to it a few minutes ago, I hope you don't mind if I post a couple of pictures here. It seems in my absence I forgot how to start a new thread.

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    Na it don't bug me. We're all on the same page

    Can you guys recommend some other sites I can advertise my 40 scraper?

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    You could have left it in Indiana whereby I would have bought it and you wouldn't have the trouble of selling it now
    933 42A, D4 7U, 2- D2 5U, 2- D2 4U, PV 15, LaPlante Choate C-20 scraper, and always with an eye out for more

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