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Re: Blaw Knox Pavers

Post #511 by 70's steve » Sun Jun 12, 2016 10:17 pm

I'm tempted myself , have been for a long while ,I also bought a book a while ago on eBay ," Black Top ,a history of the British Flexible roads industry " by J.B.F Earle , I will get round to reading it when I get a spare time Lol ,

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Post #512 by 70's steve » Sat Feb 10, 2018 5:54 pm

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Hi all , hope you're all well ,been a while since it was updated with pictures etc , apologies if they're repeated ,
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Re: Blaw Knox Pavers

Post #513 by Diesel808 » Sat Feb 10, 2018 10:55 pm

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I’ve had the pleasure of working on Blawknox-Knox pavers for a recent dispatch at Road & Highway Builders out in Hawaii, they have street and highway pavers. These old iron buggers were great to work on, good learning opportunities. The systems were basic and proven. Bout the hardest things to fix were the hydraulic hoses and some of the electrical because parts were getting hard to find. Otherwise they did the job great every time. :thumbup:
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