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Renting Dozer in Zapata #8806524 02/23/23 12:39 AM
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Has anyone rented a dozer before in the Zapata area? Trying to figure out the best option. Finding a dozer is a lot harder than I was expecting. Needing to do some road work. Any help is appreciated

Re: Renting Dozer in Zapata [Re: mattyzag25] #8808886 02/27/23 12:08 AM
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You are a lot better off finding a dozer operator that has his own equipment and paying him.

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Go to the feed store. They will know.

Re: Renting Dozer in Zapata [Re: Hudbone] #8809128 02/27/23 07:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Hudbone
Go to the feed store. They will know.

Yup, or the local FSA/USDA office too.


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Re: Renting Dozer in Zapata [Re: mattyzag25] #8809178 02/27/23 01:33 PM
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Go see James at Falcon Lake Tackle. He knows quite a few folks in Zapata.

Re: Renting Dozer in Zapata [Re: mattyzag25] #8812308 03/04/23 02:31 PM
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Find a guy with the dozer and a flatbed.

Moving the darn thing is expensive!!


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Re: Renting Dozer in Zapata [Re: mattyzag25] #8812389 03/04/23 05:17 PM
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Check out the large rental places like United, brother rented one in Abilene and they delivered it 45 miles and picked it up when he called them. It was a D-6 and only allowed to use it 8-10 hrs per day

Re: Renting Dozer in Zapata [Re: huntwest] #8812620 03/05/23 03:10 AM
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Originally Posted by huntwest
You are a lot better off finding a dozer operator that has his own equipment and paying him.


A good operator can get twice the work done and leave a smooth finish on whatever you want done. If your not an experienced operator you will waste a lot of time trying to achieve desired results. I have a 650 Deere and if you do rent they are pretty easy to run.

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Originally Posted by huntwest
You are a lot better off finding a dozer operator that has his own equipment and paying him.


A good operator can get twice the work done and leave a smooth finish on whatever you want done. If your not an experienced operator you will waste a lot of time trying to achieve desired results. I have a 650 Deere and if you do rent they are pretty easy to run.


This is for sure.

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