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Great Start to the Year 13 Jan 2021 21:09 #217962

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Tassie Dan wrote: Your v8 twin steer must have some ks on her now? I remember watching her cart crown fork lifts around the state 10 years odd years ago.


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Where are you based TD?
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Great Start to the Year 17 Jan 2021 09:23 #218045

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gudday m8
with the 8 wheeler jigger U'll B xpected to cart all the big gear the others can't do
some loads U guna P.S.G.G














P.S.G.G = Push Shove Grunt n Groan

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Great Start to the Year 17 Jan 2021 20:46 #218065

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Pretty much most of what you posted I've done yes
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Great Start to the Year 18 Jan 2021 18:29 #218089

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Gunna need the OVER SIZE signs when ya head down the road with this one Mr Swishy! LOL

I'd rather have tools that I don't need, than not have the tools I do need.
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Great Start to the Year 18 Jan 2021 18:53 #218090

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Here is a good example of why having a rigid tilt tray only 1m high is handy.... Right on the height limit with about 5mm to spare
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Great Start to the Year 18 Jan 2021 19:41 #218093

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gudday m8
RE:
only 20 ' wide load
had 2 site shift in a carpark n slot it into a 30' gap
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Werk m80
nice low deck height
we on low pro tyres mainly to slo the beast down but still 1.2m deck height

gr8 pix keep m cumm n
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Great Start to the Year 19 Jan 2021 07:36 #218106

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werkhorse wrote: Here is a good example of why having a rigid tilt tray only 1m high is handy.... Right on the height limit with about 5mm to spare


Theres a height limit ???

All these rules are new to me :unsure: :unsure:



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Great Start to the Year 19 Jan 2021 07:43 #218107

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Well nothing as exciting as you blokes
Been out and about delivering hay in the little geisha girl



Got pulled up after dropping off the hay
Looks worse than it is

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Great Start to the Year 19 Jan 2021 11:39 #218115

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Mrsmackpaul wrote:

werkhorse wrote: Here is a good example of why having a rigid tilt tray only 1m high is handy.... Right on the height limit with about 5mm to spare


Theres a height limit ???

All these rules are new to me :unsure: :unsure:



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Were you at the same school as me, Paul? :whistle:
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Great Start to the Year 19 Jan 2021 20:18 #218129

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I live out Deloraine mate and work for Rayner transport.

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