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    Veteran Member irvingj's Avatar
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    Default Re: another interesting video

    YOWZA!!
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    Veteran Member amigauser's Avatar
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    Wow, very impressive. Reminds me of the Transformers movie
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    Super Member radioman's Avatar
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    wow . ok . nice.

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    very versatile machine, wonder what the $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ is on that?

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    Veteran Member Deano's Avatar
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    Yeah, I had one of those, but I couldn't figure out what to do with it!!!

    YEAH RIGHT!!!! That thing is awesome. Look at some of the other videos on you tube. The operator must have brass cahonas!!


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    I see there are many more vids. I cant imagine the coordination etc to run them Must be more levers and such than the normal person could figure out .

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    Silver Member aggiehortguy91's Avatar
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    Can you imagine how many greese zerks must be on that machine!

    Some of our local water management districts bring one in from time to time to clean the larger canals and I've even seen one in a retention pond. It is pretty amazing to see a machine drive down the side of a canal with a bank so steep you could hardly stand on it.
    BX2200 w/ turf tires, LA211 loader, 4' box blade, and 60" MMM

    Shh! Don't tell her she's a little tractor.....she doesn't know

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    Super Star Member EddieWalker's Avatar
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    Thanks for the link. I really enjoyed the video parts and seeing what type of conditions that thing works in. Truly extreme!!

    Eddie

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    I enjoyed also! Must be a million hydro sticks in that to try to control!!!!!!!!!!!!

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