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One from the road, photos from my current oilfield trip

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I am passing through NE Wyoming. Some photos you all might enjoy. Wild and Free should know where I am at. :thumb1:

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Dump beds from big coal haulers

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That looks just like nebraska/kansas. They shoulda just made them all one state lol. You know it's HD when it needs a sawhorse under the front :lol:

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That looks just like nebraska/kansas. They shoulda just made them all one state lol. You know it's HD when it needs a sawhorse under the front :lol:

Yeah, I was looking at it, its a V16 detroit, with 4 turbos. :thumb1: The sign says it grosses out at over 500,000 lb! So... Does Edge make a chip for a V16 detroit? :hyper:

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That is one very old rig. and extermely small compared to todays mining equipment. Mike 20 gph is hardly a drop in the bucket as compared to roughly 100 gallons per hour on 3516 cat engines in larger mining equipment.The last mine I worked at averaged 35,000 gallons of fuel a day usage and they have since added a lot more equipment so it is probably nearer to 40k gallons per day of diesel.

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That is one very old rig. and extermely small compared to todays mining equipment. Mike 20 gph is hardly a drop in the bucket as compared to roughly 100 gallons per hour on 3516 cat engines in larger mining equipment. The last mine I worked at averaged 35,000 gallons of fuel a day usage and they have since added a lot more equipment so it is probably nearer to 40k gallons per day of diesel.

And I thought frac crews used a lot of diesel... dang

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