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Re: hauling round bales pics

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07-23-2011 17:52:57

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Scottet relax we alll done things on the fringe he made and he knew the risk and drove accordingly .......I am resisting the urge to unload but .........

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Scotty HOMEy

07-24-2011 12:03:30

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 Re: hauling round bales pics in reply to jddriver, 07-23-2011 17:52:57  
I hear ya, and I'm not gonna rant (in part because I think I and others are bein baited a bit . . .), but that's the kinda load, even if I were completely inconsiderate of how I might harm someone else if I lost control of it, I wouldn't move over a road out of fear of killin' MYSELF.

I note that the picture doesn't include the front tires of the pickup. And that's where I think the bait stinks. There can't be enough weight left on the steer axle to properly control a load that heavy. That and no trailer brakes?

I'd pull it like that around the farm, but not over a road.

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07-25-2011 14:07:41

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 Re: hauling round bales pics in reply to Scotty HOMEy, 07-24-2011 12:03:30  
Scottey I wasnt going to unload on Mark.I am glad that thru history men have taken insane chances to get the goal accomplished.If you live in glass house you should not throw rocks

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