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    Super Star Member J_J's Avatar
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    Default Help, what happened

    Help, can anyone see me.
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    J.J.

    When I works, I works hard. When I sits and thinks, I goes to sleep.

    Git er done.

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    Platinum Member BIG DOOLEY's Avatar
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    JOHN DEERE 2320

    Default Re: Help, what happened

    I'm surprised you have signal from down there.
    Can you hear me now?
    2012 JD 2320, HOMEMADE CANOPY, 54" FRONT BLADE, 54" MID DECK MOWER, HYDRAULIC ANGLE 60" REAR BLADE, QUICK HITCH, STAINLESS FRONT MOUNT SPRAY TANK W/BOOM, 200CX LOADER W/ 61" BUCKET, HOMEMADE BALLAST BOX,HOMEMADE BUCKET GRAPPLE
    1998 "BIG DOOLEY" Chevy K3500 Crew Cab (36.000 miles & counting)

    United Steel Workers Union 12934

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    Super Star Member Thomas's Avatar
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    Default Re: Help, what happened

    Rise of the machines.

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    Default Re: Help, what happened

    That's a great shot, J_J! When I was a wee laddy, an old duffer, who had worked as a Maine State Guide in his younger years, spun a yarn of a large piece of earthmoving equipment used to build the Airline. Left for the night by the workmen in a boggy area, it vanished, and in the morning the returning workmen found only a rectangular pool of tannic water.
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    That's the problem with trouble.
    It always starts out as such fun."
    - Randall Brown

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    Platinum Member etcallhome's Avatar
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    Default Re: Help, what happened

    wow!!!! Hope no one was hurt !! Several weeks ago ,a bulldozer and operator, slipped down into a slurry pond at a Union coal mine here in WV. Found operator still in cab 7-10 days later. 2 other men fell in but I think they are doing OK.
    Have fun and be safe !!!

    JD1026R H120 fel w/54"bucket; 60" mmm ; 260 BH/w 12" bucket; ballast box; rear weights; front quick hitch w/angling kit and 54 " blade ;3pt rear 60" blade ; JD 47" frt snowblower ; Original Tractor Cab;Bush Hog 47" tiller and 15" Middle Buster

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    Wow. Thats stuck.

    There is a sink hole up on the road at my bush lot that a logger buried a grader in. They had to dig it out with a excavator and pull with the dozer to get it out. I only wish I could have seen it insted of being told about it.

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    Elite Member Don87's Avatar
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    They claim there is a D9 in the swamp behind my house. The swamp is on the gas pipeline right-of-way.
    Don

    MF GC2400, FEL, 60in.MMM, 5ft. Cultivator, Single Bottom Plow, Bush Hog RTC48 tiller, MF 2360 front mount snowblower, 5ft backblade. BXpanded Piranha toothbar.

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    Well, time for a metal detector and a thread on how to get it out!
    "Those were the days my friend, we thought they'd never end ..."
    When there is a huge solar energy spill, it is called a "nice day"!

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    Default Re: Help, what happened

    We had a garbage truck run off the road into a swamp down the road. The shoulder was soft, and the truck went over sideways. Over the next week, the truck continued to sink, to the point that only about 2 ft of one corner of the body was above water. They tried to drag it out, no luck. They finally had to bring in several gravel trains of gravel, build a pad, then bring in a big crane, pick it up out of the mud, set it down on the road. All with the dnr oversight. It did have the effect of improving that area of road considerably. I felt sorry for the driver, he had only been on the job for 2 weeks, and it was a brand new truck. No one was hurt, so it was a good accident.

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    Many years ago a cement truck filled with about 10-11 yards of ctete went off the road into a field. No injuries. The farmer told them if they couldn't move it to bury it so that is what they did.

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