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    Off topic some of my work tools

    here we have a couple of haulpac trucks and the landcruiser 100 series toyota
    this 100s are the only car allowed on a mine site in the top end of western australia
    the train is 2.2 kilometers long
    we are in the pilbara
    hope you enjoy




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    Re: some of my work tools

    Hi Paul -

    The Pilbara looks beautiful and love the Japanese trucks

    You certainly look happy with your job

    Any vacancies?

    One thing for sure, that train could be in two towns at once:-D

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    always happy when ou in the bush and i have just got another payrise so now we in the big bucks
    when you get caught at a train cross you can be waiting for over an hour
    so if you see a train you put your foot donw and try to out run it

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    I love landcruisers!!
    It's always sunny in Boise!!

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    Dude, you rock! No pun intended. I would love to drive one of those!
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    Re: some of my work tools

    Quote Originally Posted by jtcastillo
    Dude, you rock! No pun intended. I would love to drive one of those!
    jt wait till you see my drill rig it looks like its out of mad max
    ill take some shots when im back at work

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    What an awesome location to be working in. And what awesome toys to be working with.

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    wow~

    you need a mudman :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by stockae92
    wow~

    you need a mudman :-D


    For when it rains?

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    A FROGMAN would be good for that

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