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loading a tractor,the wrong way

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randy borchard

08-30-2011 09:40:11

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i was at a show this weekend in sussex wi i was watching the owner of this tractor make several attempts to back on to a trailer the rear tires were slipping and he could not get it all the way on so he took a good run at it and his tires spun again and off the edge of the trailer he wen the was vary lucky he was able to make a jump and roll he was vary close to being crushed,,,he was on a side hill and never should have tried to load there ,,,,,,i would be happy to have walked away from it as he did,,the tractor did not do as well,,,,its something you dont see every day,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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09-01-2011 21:54:43

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 Re: loading a tractor,the wrong way in reply to randy borchard, 08-30-2011 09:40:11  
Some folks just have to learn the hard way.

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charles todd

09-01-2011 21:29:19

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 Re: loading a tractor,the wrong way in reply to Welding man, 08-30-2011 09:40:11  
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Ain't that the truth!


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