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pro70z28
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First Aspire job

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Well not the first really, but the first with 9.0.
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Nice work. Like the textured back ground. Thanks for sharing.
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Well done, nice clean lines. I'm with Dwayne the background is very well done.

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Thanks Dwayne & John. Got it installed today.
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Thanks for showing the install photos. I had no idea of the scale until seeing those pics. It looks fantastic!
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What is that on the front of the walk behind Bobcat? The young man I sold my shop to is thinking about getting into installs... which I always avoided like the black death. Gene

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Thanks mtylerfl.

GeneMpls, It's a home made backhoe. Backhoe fits inside extension forks to get extra height for the scaffolding. It's faster and a whole lot easier for a 1 man operation than lugging around traditional scaffolding. Load all the heavy stuff on the platform and raise it up.
scaffold 1.jpg
Scaffold 2.jpg
Scaffold 3.jpg
This set up gets the platform 6' off the ground
Scaffold test 2.jpg
With the backhoe and extension forks the platform will go up 12'. That covers 99% of the work I do.
SCAFFOLD TILT RACK.jpg
It's all built to fit on the trailer for easy access.

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