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    Platinum Member rjmack's Avatar
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    Default GC2410 GC1710 Video w' brush forks

    Had some fun with my tractor yesterday, thought I would post a link to the video.

    Massey Ferguson GC2410 working with forks GC1700 - YouTube
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    Default Re: GC2410 GC1710 Video w' brush forks

    Thanks for posting let us know when you get that car dug out and running again.

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    Default Re: GC2410 GC1710 Video w' brush forks

    Thanks for sharing.
    Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakerg View Post
    Thanks for posting let us know when you get that car dug out and running again.
    turns out that wasn't a car, but a truck... or part of one anyways...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFGPMRVoUGY

    also pulled an old stump out while I was at it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-agEjzGp_s

    I sure do get some fun out of that tractor
    2009 mf gc2410
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    Default Re: GC2410 GC1710 Video w' brush forks

    Not to tell someone how to run their lives but you really should get in the habit of using your seatbelt. It's one thing mowing on flat ground, throwing your machine around on three wheels at the edge of an embakement is something else entirely.
    Nightime snowblowing in rain.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yp50hn8lHf8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaylegger View Post
    Not to tell someone how to run their lives but you really should get in the habit of using your seatbelt. It's one thing mowing on flat ground, throwing your machine around on three wheels at the edge of an embakement is something else entirely.
    Thank you mayor Bloomberg

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    Default Re: GC2410 GC1710 Video w' brush forks

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirtdeere View Post
    Thank you mayor Bloomberg
    As a group here it's common place to advocate safe operating practices. Substituting your lack of ROPS understanding and lack of tact with an equally inept grasp of political humor speaks volumes.
    Nightime snowblowing in rain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaylegger View Post
    As a group here it's common place to advocate safe operating practices. Substituting your lack of ROPS understanding and lack of tact with an equally inept grasp of political humor speaks volumes.
    LOl! I guess I just got a knack for starting brawls.

    I hotwired the seat switch and quit wearing the seat belt specifically because of "tossing the machine around on 3 wheels" situations. If you notice I'm hunched over in the seat, it's because the seat is all the way back to give me as much room as possible to make it easier to bail off if things go south.

    I had a couple of close calls shortly after buying the machine, where if it had gone over I would have been in serious trouble because of being belted in... If I was going to issue friendly warning would be that these are inherently dangerous machines on sloped terrain. They look and feel like toys, but are very unpredictable and unforgiving under certain circumstances.

    In other words, it's still plenty easy to get killed on one of these, belted in or not.
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    Default Re: GC2410 GC1710 Video w' brush forks

    Quote Originally Posted by rjmack View Post
    LOl! I guess I just got a knack for starting brawls.
    Sometimes it's too placid around here and a little brawl livens things up a little, which is a good thing too which I assume no responsibility.


    Quote Originally Posted by rjmack View Post
    In other words, it's still plenty easy to get killed on one of these, belted in or not.
    Ain't that the truth, it wasn't long after purchasing mine that the multitude of different ways to kill or seriously injure yourself quite easily became very clear. Statistics do show, however, that wearing the belt does stack the odds in your favor. The only time I release the belt is if I'm operating within close quarters to something that would otherwise impale me or rip me in two if the machine rolled on it's side and I was attached to the seat.

    Cheers and Astar the robot says play safe.
    Nightime snowblowing in rain.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yp50hn8lHf8

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