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    Elite Member AlanB's Avatar
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    Clarksville, TN, USA
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    NH 1925

    Default Chaining down equipment

    http://www.theleafchronicle.com/apps...608030340/1002

    Happened across the street from my freinds house.

    Makes me want to check all my chains and points again.

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    Platinum Member roxynoodle's Avatar
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    NW Ohio
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    Yanmar 1510d, 1950 Farmall H

    Default Re: Chaining down equipment

    A few years ago in the Toledo, Ohio area, people were killed when a chain broke on a flatbed semi and big steel coils fell off onto their car.

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    Bronze Member dancer's Avatar
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    Hot Springs, Arkansas
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    Kubota GL3130

    Default Re: Chaining down equipment

    Almost identical accident and result in Hot Springs, Arkansas, just a couple of weeks ago -- except the loose equipment was a Cat D6, I think.
    Kubota L3130, LA723 QA FEL, Woods BH80-X backhoe, Modern "Super Sunshine" Rotary Cutter, Wheat Disk (now broken)
    Other things with wheels: '06 Suzuki V-Strom DL1000 dual sport touring/adventure bike, '05 Kawasaki Prairie 360 ATV, '04 GMC Sierra Denali, and things that mow grass
    Most people don't know what they're doing, and a lot of them are really good at it.

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