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    Cobb Calif. About 1.5 hours north of Santa Rosa. I will make like a Mafia Guy and make you a deal you cant resist. I still have your 775 phone number but I dont think I have your Calif number. Give me a call tomorrow evening if you can 707-279-nine one one nine. Grant.

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    GrantJ I still have the same Nevada number but this tractor is not mine. I tried to get it but I hope to restore it for the owner. The restoration sort of depends on what this thing actually turns out to be. I would love to do a full restoration.

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    Tell that guy to come down on the RD-6 price some, scrap price for heavy melt/foundry steel is only $0.05/lb here! sucks! 15 ton or 30,000 lb machine would be worth $1500

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    A few more pics of the scrapyard RD6 It is matching serial numbers 2H3262. Letís see how these pics upload. I hope to have an answer regarding price next week.

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    That's a good looking unit, be a shame to have it go to scrap. Blade and lift mechanism is BeGe manufacture.
    Don't see many of those.
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    Allot of crawlers around there! D4 in the background with dirt shields covering the sprockets! Somebody better do some shopping!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rome K/G View Post
    Allot of crawlers around there! D4 in the background with dirt shields covering the sprockets! Somebody better do some shopping!
    I am after the D4 stuff. Lots of good parts. The tractors themselves are pretty much junk. Iím saving what I can of them. Lots of direct electric stuff and a few good ponyís. Hydraulic pumps etc. Hope to make the deal this week 👍

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    The Trackscavator (spelling?) is in Cobb Ca. 1.5 hours north of Santa Rosa. I got to the ranch yesterday and the serial number is 7J7035WSP. I have seen enough SP serials but I dont recall seeing one with the "W" in it. I need to learn how to text photos since I am having no luck with my computer. Don, I will try to remember to call you tonight. Grant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantJ View Post
    The Trackscavator (spelling?) is in Cobb Ca. 1.5 hours north of Santa Rosa. I got to the ranch yesterday and the serial number is 7J7035WSP. I have seen enough SP serials but I dont recall seeing one with the "W" in it. I need to learn how to text photos since I am having no luck with my computer. Don, I will try to remember to call you tonight. Grant.
    I will be around. Call any time.
    Thanks

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    Don't know if this applies to the later models but the W in my cousin's Twenty-Two 1J3796W refers to it being wide gauge.
    Cheers,
    Neil.

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