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    Default Re: RDrancher's Photo Thread

    John - you need more pictures of that long driveway you are working on.

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    Veteran Member RDrancher's Avatar
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    You'll have them soon. Belly dumps, end dumps and truck and pups scheduled for Monday morning. The weatherman says no rain and you know he's always right.
    John

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    Veteran Member RDrancher's Avatar
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    FINALLY got the pumping road and jello bowl done this week. Still had two areas pumping with the weight of the trucks. A big THANK YOU to a couple of very understanding homeowners and members here at TBN.

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    On the last day, I had an unexpected helper for a couple of hours on the way to the job.

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    It was worth the wait! Everything looks great! If you had removed all the prickly pear cactus and honey locust trees while cleaning out the pond, it would have been even better but that was outside of our agreement. Thanks for going to the other end of the world to get this done!

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    Setting culverts and driveways for two new homes.

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    The well driller tried to get his rig in before I built the entrances. It didn't work out too well (pun intended.)

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    I posted this in Safety, but it deserves another look. The same driller. No chains, but at least he has a license plate.

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    I will give the guy one for originality. I have never seen anyone tow a TLB like that. I can't understand how people get away with stuff like this. I am sure the TX DOT would have a field day with him if they ever see that. I would really flame him if he didn't have that tag
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    Default Re: RDrancher's Photo Thread

    Did the drive shaft separate or break?That's a scary way of towing a tractor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RDrancher View Post
    I posted this in Safety, but it deserves another look. The same driller. No chains, but at least he has a license plate.
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    Wow... Any idea how far he had to go?

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    Holy sh*t! I would wreck watching that go by.

    Oh....
    As always, your latest project looks top notch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ben2go View Post
    Did the drive shaft separate or break?That's a scary way of towing a tractor.
    It pulled the driveshaft out of the carrier bearing and broke the carrier bracket in the process

    Quote Originally Posted by tachnem View Post
    Wow... Any idea how far he had to go?
    He headed back out on the highway...fifteen miles back to his house. The guy says he tows like this all of the time!
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