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Moving 4 tons of gravel with My 7116H

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Hi all, I am planning on getting a shed and I have to make a base for it with gravel. The gravel was delivered last Saturday and I finely had some time today to finish moving the 4 tons of gravel, the shed will be delivered next week. Here are some pictures.
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This past spring I put crushed rock in 6 carports that I have here at my fishing resort. Each one took a full ton of rock. Did it in one day using my pick-up truck and a Load Handler. I tailgate spread each carport and it was easy. My half ton Chevy handled the full ton loads with ease!

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