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Re: Fyi how to get violently ill

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super h man

09-21-2013 16:06:33
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ouch man. im sorry. had that happen to a race engine. didnt thread the bolt in very deep n used the forklift to lift out of the back of the truck. bolt came out, engine flipped on top of the new 650 holleys n tunnel ram. i drank heavily that night, n worked hard for the next 4 months to replace the parts i destroyed. lesson learned.




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bison

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 Re: Fyi how to get violently ill in reply to super h man, 09-21-2013 16:06:33  
Yeah that hurts.

You can count in stupid forklift operators as well.

I bought once a sweet running used 6 cyl deutz engine as replacement for a gen set.

When i went to pick it up the retard that drove the forklift drove both forks straight trough the block(engine was strapped to a pallet) and proceded to load it on my trailer like nothing happened :roll:
If murder was legal i would've killed the idiot :x

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Mike (WA)

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 Re: Fyi how to get violently ill in reply to bison, 09-21-2013 16:30:11  
And then there's the old guy who loaded stuff at the local machinery auction. I bought a manure spreader, was especially pleased that it had a built-in jack for the tongue. He chained to it to move it, and didn't lift before he started pulling- the jack folded like a cheap card table.

Never had one with a built in jack before. Still don't.

Apparently there were other complaints, too- never saw him doing that duty at the sale after that, and he died not too long after. Guess he was starting to "lose it".

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