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Posted: Wednesday, October 01, 2008 4:24:32 PM

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todd s
Posted: Wednesday, October 01, 2008 4:28:07 PM

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Redjack Ryan wrote:
Thanks for the photos, Todd. Is the bucket on the 9030C model the scoop-style that CQMS manufactures?

Was the 8750 model at the show the Configuration C version of the model? Do you know which version will be made in the first production run of the model?

-Alex


Yes it is the "scoop style" bucket. I was very surprised that P&H was not pushing the variable dump bucket at the show at all compared to the last Mine Expo.

As far as the 8750 yes that is the futuristic "C" style roof. As far at which one will come first in production I still have no idea. I am also still curious as to what other versions will come out.

Here is another photo of the P&H 9030C model.

MJW
Posted: Wednesday, October 01, 2008 6:39:27 PM
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Cat345bl wrote:
awsome pics,and wonderful models.Drool Drool Drool Drool .I want that buckect wheel excavator Pray

the pit viper is a definate buy for me when it comes out.


I had a close look at the Pit Viper model and the detail isn't so good. If it's cheap then that's a different story but the Sandvik drill is something else. the rod changing system is really well detailed.
Shovelman
Posted: Wednesday, October 01, 2008 9:01:54 PM

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The first photo is of an in-pit conveyor/crusher mounted on a 4100 series undercarriage. I apologize, but I don't remember the name of the company that actually produces the crusher.

The other photo is of a Philippi-Hagenbuch lowboy system. No real machine of this design has been built yet, but there is an interested customer.



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