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    Default Road Rage Machine

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    A Road Tec hungrily devours blacktop highways mile by mile with ease.


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    Default Re: Road Rage Machine

    This is one of those machines that grinds off the top layer of asphalt, processes it, and lays it as a new surface out the back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TCJatko View Post
    This is one of those machines that grinds off the top layer of asphalt, processes it, and lays it as a new surface out the back?
    Nope, this basically chews off whatever depth they set it at and that conveyor loads it into a truck.
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    I've seen one of these in action.... they are noisy as heII too!
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    Default Re: Road Rage Machine

    There are some of those machines that recyle what they pick up and put it back down.

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    That monster has got to be a service nightmare!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarryN View Post
    That monster has got to be a service nightmare!
    Look at the bright side, it would be impossible to forget where it's parked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob77064 View Post
    There are some of those machines that recyle what they pick up and put it back down.
    I believe this is what you were thinking of and not the milling machine pictured. Big Reclaimer Serves Up Stabilized Tennis Courts in Iowa | Story ID: 8507 | Construction Equipment Guide
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    Default Re: Road Rage Machine

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob77064 View Post
    There are some of those machines that recyle what they pick up and put it back down.
    It "poops" new roads? Niiice.
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    I have seen them in action. They are indeed noisy.
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