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Re: using a tractor to pull or haul logs safer

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thurlow

01-13-2014 07:28:53
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NO! NO! NO! Not CaCl!!!!! Don't you read the internet?????? ( I read {on the internet} that everything on the internet's true) Have you checked your tires this morning? I GUARANTEE that your tires are flat and your rims are rust!




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 Re: using a tractor to pull or haul logs safer in reply to thurlow, 01-13-2014 07:28:53  
LOL !!!! I know, we are not supposed to use CACL, I know. Back to reality, I've had decent luck so far, yes there was a leak I was misled about, so ok, technically I damaged what was about a 5 year old rim, was new, tire guy screwed up, and for whatever reason, it got past me. So I fixed it myself, tire dismounted, welded up the rim, made a new hole put it all back together, been years since, and initially, it may have just been a tube replacement, wash the rim down, no big deal, you do have some time, its not like acid, mind you, still corrosive, but forgiving if you make timely repairs.

LOL ! maybe its those who advise that don't actually use CACL, LOL ! well I had best not stir the pot, it works fine, has its own rules, play by them and you will be fine. RV antifreeze, windshield washer fluid, sure it makes sense, and I would not hesitate to use it, but CACL is inexpensive, it works and does not freeze and is I believe still the heaviest ballast, we all have choices in life and have to live by what we do, so each to their own LOL !

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