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    Default Another interesting video..


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    Default Re: Another interesting video..

    At 1:09, what do you think is holding the Massey up in the air?
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    Default Re: Another interesting video..

    Not related but pretty cool to -
    YouTube - Heavy Truck Offroad Meet
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    Default Re: Another interesting video..

    Jim good question lol almost looks like some sort of backhoe on the back but then it doesnt.HMMM The front is another story all together the drive doesnt look to concerned so maybe is a photoshop thing.

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    Default Re: Another interesting video..

    That heavy offroad was interesting and fun to watch so its not unrelated lol


    This one was interesting but when it finally gets out you relaize just how wrecked it is.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=va10_9fw3hc

    and this one I couldnt resist just when you thougtht you saw it all
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAFhs...eature=related

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmysisson View Post
    At 1:09, what do you think is holding the Massey up in the air?
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    It is a backhoe I think. Then, while his rear was in the air he started to dig, causing the front to come up. That sound logical?


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    Default Re: Another interesting video..

    awfully high I think...somethings fishy..

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    Default Re: Another interesting video..

    However, it is in a position that makes it look like it's resting on both of those sections. The front doesn't look like it could hold anywhere near that weight unless positioned exact.


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    Quote Originally Posted by farmboy12 View Post
    It is a backhoe I think. Then, while his rear was in the air he started to dig, causing the front to come up. That sound logical?
    This was posted years back at Profi international.

    The Massey is held up in the air by a steel cable: the thing on the back is a PTO winch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renze View Post
    This was posted years back at Profi international.

    The Massey is held up in the air by a steel cable: the thing on the back is a PTO winch.
    Thanks for the answer to our question!!!


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