DW21's to 657B's

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DW21's to 657B's

Post #1 by nick lamb » Sun Oct 05, 2008 11:48 am

Just found this web site,Type in marco flipse then look for people.zeelandnet.nl/flipse/index-htm or something and see what turns up.There's some good pics there.Maybe one of our admin guys could pinch them and stick them on here as I have no idea what I'am doing!!

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Post #2 by d4c24a » Sun Oct 05, 2008 12:06 pm

knowing less and less about more and more until pretty soon i will know almost nothing about practically everything


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Re: DW21's to 657B's

Post #3 by Martyn Henley » Sun Oct 05, 2008 12:51 pm

Maybe one of our admin guys could pinch them and stick them on here


Nicky, its not really a good idea pinching them as they have been taken by some one and most are water marked, and i dont think any of us would want any of our pictures taken and used on another site without permission..................

..however if one of the Dutch guys could mail the owner of the web site for us to use his pictures, i think he would be happy to oblige .. but i have to agree there are some great old pictures on there.

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Re: DW21's to 657B's

Post #4 by Rolyd8k » Sun Oct 05, 2008 2:32 pm

Thanks nicky and Graham,there some good pictures,first time i,ve ever seen twin
stacks on a DW 21 i bet that sounds sweet :thumbs_up:


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Re: DW21's to 657B's

Post #5 by nick lamb » Sun Oct 05, 2008 7:59 pm

I wonder why people get upset at having others take their pics and post them on another site?I wouldn't mind anyone taking my pics unless they lied about where they got them.I suppose Paul (Argie) sees it a different way as he actually makes a living out of it so he has good reason to put copyright on his pics,but as for the rest of us,does it really matter?.
After all there are many pics that I have of machines that aren't my machines and I never asked the owners at the time.I am however carefull not to mention current sites sometimes as I know some contractors would rather keep a low profile.For instance my D5 is working at a location that the hirer wants to keep quiet.Thats fine by me as they pay the invoices and when ever I post pics of it working there are no names visable on the other machines.


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Post #6 by bob » Mon Oct 06, 2008 9:27 pm

thanks for that link these DW21 look different to the ones I have driven I also noted a 631a
Ive not seen one of them on sites where they cable box with power shift? I see most of the
631b had cushion hitch making a better ride for driver
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Post #7 by John Gaunt » Mon Oct 06, 2008 10:23 pm

Great website :thumbs_up: :thumbs_up: .
Take a look at the bottom of the Dozers page where a D8R has been caught up in a giant bucket wheel excavator, looks like a toy !
http://people.zeelandnet.nl/flipse/buldozer.htm

There is also great pictures of a Cat 5130 excavator and a Cat 992G loader on a huge Scania powered lowloader (not at the same time :roll: here....
http://people.zeelandnet.nl/flipse/scania.htm


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Re: DW21's to 657B's

Post #8 by Basilbrush » Fri Oct 31, 2008 7:21 pm

Superb photos, I was amazed to see the link to dozers & find a D8 tanled up in the bucket wheel excavator. That's certainly a good photo & thanks to who ever took it for posting it.

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Re: DW21's to 657B's

Post #9 by JCC » Sun Dec 07, 2008 6:15 am

Those pictures bring back some memories. I ran DW-20s and 21s for a couple of seasons. The last picture looks like a Cummins-powered LeTourneau Super C. Does anyone know for sure if that's what it is?


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