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Re: a YT adventure...with pics and...batteries.......

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Rick KR

01-05-2013 20:51:07

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I was worried after seeing the third picture. It looks like you have the chain held down by the 6x6 and the other chain attached to the fender of the trailer!!

Luckily in the later pictures you bound everything down.


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01-06-2013 00:32:53

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 Re: a YT adventure...with pics and...batteries....... in reply to Rick KR, 01-05-2013 20:51:07  
You need to pay attention to the 3rd picture. The chain is simply laying across the 6x6 waiting to be connected to the boom. It amazes me that on this site someone is always wanting to find fault in the way other people are doing things. also amazes me that they jump in and make comments about the person ought to do this or that and they have plainly stated in their original post that they had done it.

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Rick Kr

01-06-2013 06:42:32

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 Re: a YT adventure...with pics and...batteries....... in reply to huntingreen2day, 01-06-2013 00:32:53  

Clearly you didn"t see the rest of the posts that were poking fun, such as where"s OSHA?, who has forklift training? etc.

Reading and comprehension, such a under utilized skill today.

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