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Re: Tractor Accident

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05-03-2013 15:47:03

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I have to pull the mixer grinder about a mile each way on two lane. It about makes me crazy as I can't see around it to find out whether I am about to be creamed or not. The ditches are so steep I could never go near without upsetting the whole apple cart. Orange triangles mean nothing to folks.

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Super H Mike

05-04-2013 11:04:13

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 Re: Tractor Accident in reply to notjustair, 05-03-2013 15:47:03  
I used to have to travel the road with a grinder / mixer too, and you are right, you cant see behind you and makes you nervous the whole time. I once got flagged over to the shoulder on a very busy 2 lane by a lady in a mini van, I thought my wheel bearing must be on fire, or feed is leaking, or something dragging, right? Turns out , she wanted directions ! People dont think things through...

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gene bender

05-03-2013 18:32:48

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 Re: Tractor Accident in reply to notjustair, 05-03-2013 15:47:03  
Get yourself a mirror if i can see whats behind pulling a Brent 644 wagon you sure could see behind a grinder. Why not have turn signals just mite save your life.

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Super H Mike

05-05-2013 10:48:30

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 Re: Tractor Accident in reply to gene bender, 05-03-2013 18:32:48  
I had a mirror, but on the old Oliver cab it was nothing but a blur at any speed at all. Never did figure out how to solve that, but I dont grind off the farm anymore, so no more trouble.

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Bill in IL

05-03-2013 20:01:06

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 Re: Tractor Accident in reply to gene bender, 05-03-2013 18:32:48  
While the mirrors are great on the new tractors I don't think most people are really aware that new stuff has turn signals. They sure don't seem to take notice to them. I still usually hog the road with left turns.

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