I worked with a contractor who had rented a motorized concrete
bucket, bicycle type handle bar steering. Would hold 1/3 yard or so
of concrete. Check your local contractor's rental places. Those pump
trucks can really make a mess when it's time to clean our their lines.
73, de Joe AA4NN
On Thu, 04 Nov 1999 22:31:00 -0400 Clint Heffner
> Anybody know a good way to get concrete off of the truck and into my
> Back of the house is 60' from the street, have a maximum of 6'(more
> 5 usable) off property on each side of the house.
> After getting to the back of the house I need to go 35' in(90
> degrees to
> get to the center of the back of the house).
> Talked to some people about doing it with a bobcat, but the load
> aren't really that great, still talking a lot of trips.
> Anyone use a concrete pump truck? Thoughts? Prices?
> Clint -- kf8mz
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