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Re: Getting a 14ft disc home?

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12-06-2012 05:54:37

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What the heck became of common sense?

I was faced with just that situation a month ago, only from the wrong end. I came over a hill at the legal 60mph on a paved road and was faced with a pickup pulling a disc that covered a good 3/4 of the road. I stood on the brakes, he headed for the ditch, and I somehow got past without hitting the disc. I'm not sure if he got out of the ditch and back on the road, 'cause I was over another hill.

If you got home without killing somebody, you got off easy.

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12-07-2012 16:03:22

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 Re: Getting a 14ft disc home? in reply to Goose, 12-06-2012 05:54:37  
good question. the guy pulling the disc that you bout hit didn't have any. he should have been on his half going up a hill. and if for some reason he couldn't get over, then he should've taken a different route altogether.

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12-06-2012 16:35:32

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 Re: Getting a 14ft disc home? in reply to Goose, 12-06-2012 05:54:37  
Just about all of todays farm machinery is 16-18 ft wide when on the road..The black top road close to me is only 24 ft wide..Farmers have to move from field to field..They dont always have an escort..We watch out for them..

This guy was on a gravel road with a 14 ft disk..

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