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    Elite Member jimmyj's Avatar
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    Default Crazy tractor driver

    Check this guy out. Logs chained up high to boot.

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    seen that some time ago, determination. I remember way back when, that we pulled a few logs out that way. We pulled a huge log once with an old 8n. It wheelied real good then the chain snapped. Problem was we were trying to get the log down a steep hill and the tractor had no brakes, atleast until it hit the tree at the bottom

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    Default Re: Crazy tractor driver

    He should have hung some front ballast and hooked that chain a hole or two lower on the tractor.

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    Good way to end up in the Morgue.
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    Default Re: Crazy tractor driver

    Now Now Renze that would have been a boring video clip if he had done that lol

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    Default Re: Crazy tractor driver

    Quote Originally Posted by Renze View Post
    He should have hung some front ballast and hooked that chain a hole or two lower on the tractor.
    That was too unsafe for anyone to attempt but there are many who take chances to get the job done.

    The problem with using front ballast and hooking the chain lower is that then he would not have the weight transfer to his back wheels and he would just sit there and spin his wheels.

    Of course he could have just pulled a few less logs at a time and got the job done safer though it would have taken longer.
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    Who made that tractor? What poor QC! Look at it, parts loose and falling off, body panels with poor bends and no smooth surfaces, sounds like it is possibly skipping too.
    "Freedom is never more than one generation from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free."

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    Default Re: Crazy tractor driver

    Does anyone make wheelie bars for tractors?

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    Default Re: Crazy tractor driver

    Those are the type hardly ever get hurt..but hurt others.

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    Did I hear dueling banjo's in the back ground??

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