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    showoff: but very shillful and usefull in some circumstances.

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    I have a few friends that I should show this to. They ahave been operators for decades. Maybe possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwmkravchenko View Post
    I have a few friends that I should show this to. They ahave been operators for decades. Maybe possible.
    With all that tom foolery I hope the operator remembered the grease.

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    "Manual" log debarking machine.

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    I want to hear the machine bark.

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    As the Dingo said "crunchy munchy for my lunchy" but no Wombat Stew.

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    worked with an operator that could do this and a whole lot more. Used to toss 2-3 foot boulders and catch them and could pick up an empty beer can without denting it.
    Only operator I trusted while working in the bottom of a "blind" hole!
    From the time you're born till' you ride in a hearse, there's nothing so bad it couldn't be worse!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al8236 View Post
    worked with an operator that could do this and a whole lot more. Used to toss 2-3 foot boulders and catch them and could pick up an empty beer can without denting it.
    Only operator I trusted while working in the bottom of a "blind" hole!
    it is all about being sensible. in graves / trenches, one needs to be able to trust the operator esp when breaching whs or ohs and standing in a bucket and going down below. Your life is in the hands of that operator & sometimes there is no other way, despite the book, to achieve an outcome.

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    Just wondering how big the dog is to chase that stick.
    I have a 1972 Land Rover Series III Truck Cab/Pick-Up and a 1962 Land Rover Series 2a Carawagon Camper.

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