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    Default DARN, Rolled it!

    So today was a slow day, not much on the todo list weather is kinda crudy, so I decided to just kill time this morning, figured I would move some stuff around and spend some quality seat time with my toy. You know how it goes, honey I'm just going to go and move that thing you been buggin me about for the past few months. So there I was just moving a small barrel minding my own business when suddenly over she went.


    Sigh!



    I must not have seen that lump that caught me off balance. Not sure if I had the FEL to high or what.





    Sure glad I had my seat belt on and my ROPS up.




    But with a little bit of help I was able to get her on all 4's again. no harm no fowl. Now if I can only find where the steering wheel got too.



    Just a reminder that safety is no laughing matter even, when you are just playing around.

    All in good fun.
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    Default Re: DARN, Rolled it!

    WOW....no injuries or major damage.....you are one lucky person!! Be sure to check fluid levels before starting her up.

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    Default Re: DARN, Rolled it!

    Glad there's no fowl. No need to get birds involved.

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    Default Re: DARN, Rolled it!

    LOL, ya never know, perhaps there was a fowl, I did run over something to roll it.

    But there certainly wasn't any foul.
    Jim


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    Default Re: DARN, Rolled it!

    Were you able to shut off the ignition switch before the roll?
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    Silver Member Lil_FarmerJim's Avatar
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    Default Re: DARN, Rolled it!

    Nope not until I was hangin' upside down.
    Jim


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    Kubota L3400-HST with - LA463-1 FEL, Woods BH80x, Landpride 72 Landscape rake, Farm Force Middle buster, FF Tow rig, CA 42" pallet forks, CA 60" xtreme duty tooth bucket, KW manufacturing 84" dozer blade, with hydraulics.

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    Default Re: DARN, Rolled it!

    Usually I'm more of a metal parts type of guy but that plastic held up well.
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    Default Re: DARN, Rolled it!

    Wow, I hope your tractor makes out okay being that it has no steering wheel. Mine, It got stuck in the snow. I had a little more fun getting machinery stuck plowing snow. Hard to believe how fast 4" piles up. My question, how did it roll so easy, my guess is it was just to hard to steer and you just lost control.
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    Default Re: DARN, Rolled it!

    Quote Originally Posted by Johndeere3720 View Post
    Wow, I hope your tractor makes out okay being that it has no steering wheel. Mine, It got stuck in the snow. I had a little more fun getting machinery stuck plowing snow. Hard to believe how fast 4" piles up. My question, how did it roll so easy, my guess is it was just to hard to steer and you just lost control.
    Uh...that CAT looks smaller than the BX....
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    Default Re: DARN, Rolled it!

    Quote Originally Posted by Johndeere3720 View Post
    Wow, I hope your tractor makes out okay being that it has no steering wheel. Mine, It got stuck in the snow. I had a little more fun getting machinery stuck plowing snow. Hard to believe how fast 4" piles up. My question, how did it roll so easy, my guess is it was just to hard to steer and you just lost control.
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