1974 Clark Michigan 75B
Location Dover, Minnesota
Serial Number 443D114CB
504 ci V8 Cummins Diesel,
"Big Rock" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Auto-Return/Auto-Cycle Log/Wood Splitter
Fabricated Auto-Return onto my log splitter. Splitter has just a single
detent valve on it. So orginally to operate it you had to hold down handle
for the ram to extend. Then push handle into reverse position in which it
would stay due to single detent. Now all you have to do is push handle
down and it the ram will go to full extension and retract all on its own.
This can also be accomplished by purchasing a $275 Auto-Return Valve from
Price Hydraulics. I couldn't justify spending that much on my old
splitter. So I built my for free using scrap I had lying around.
Michigan 55AG Wheel Loader with a Hopto 110 Backhoe
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After replacing 5 major hoses on the backhoe attachment, I tested the
movement of it all, and then backed it out of the shop to park it outside
until I have time to work on it some more. When I got it, it didn't run at
all, so I'm making some progress on it. It's got a 6-cylinder flat head
engine. It appears to be a factory installed snap mount system for the
backhoe attachment. It's got a splitter valve that allows the driver to
shift the hydraulics between operating the loader and operating the backhoe
Biggest wheel loader in the world 70 yard super high lift LeTourneau L2350
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LeTourneau l-2350 being taken out of Las Vegas convention center after
MINEXPO 2012 . This is rare 70 yard super high lift model. Largest in the
world.one of a kind its bigger than any other LeTourneau produced
CLARK 125BGM For Sale
Title: CLARK 125BGM For Sale
Description: Clark Michigan 125 Loader with a detroit 220 hp diesel. Runs
strong 4 yard GP bucket unit works well for it age.
Category: Wheel Loaders
Playing on The Weekend
Here's our skidloader and the 1959 Michigan that I set-up for this winter.
we're probably not the best at working the 2 machines together just yet.
This is the most snow I could find this time out.