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OLD CHAPP
09-06-2000, 08:39 PM
WE HAVE A PROBLEM WITH A WORKER BREAKING THE VELKE ON A BOBCAT 48".WHAT SHOULD I DO.????

bob
09-06-2000, 10:12 PM
If you are using a one wheel velky, upgrade to a two wheel one. Try a Bull Rider. Their built solid as a rock.

little green guy
09-06-2000, 10:32 PM
Make him walk for a while so he can burn so of that fat then when you give him a velke agian you won't have that problem.

bob
09-06-2000, 10:50 PM
The guy down the street from me weighs about 280 and uses a single wheel velkie. He can't figue out why his tires keep going flat.

rats5656
09-07-2000, 12:03 AM
TELL YOUT WORKER THAT THE NEXT ONE HE BREAKS HE BUYS OR MAKE HIM CUT WITH THE 21`" HAHAHA

Turf Kutter
09-07-2000, 11:50 AM
Little green is right make him walk for a while who should make you keep paying for new velkes so someone can make you pay $250.00 dollars when he breaks it let him walk for a while.He will probably be a little faster if he burns some of that off and he will be happy you made him do that after he burns that off.:)

mike9497
03-24-2003, 10:10 PM
im 340 lbs and i use a single wheel velke never had a problem

fblandscape
03-25-2003, 12:16 AM
How did he break it? I've had a single wheel velke on my machine for years now. The only problem I had with it was the plate got ripped apart from constant stopping and starting. I don't see how you can break one otherwise? And the plate is pretty easily replaced.

MOW ED
03-25-2003, 06:48 AM
Give him a Pro-Slide and have him follow the asphalt truck!;)

djsmokin
03-25-2003, 08:18 AM
If he is a good worker, I would say better get him whatever it takes to make him stay with you. It's harder to find a good worker than a new Bullrider.

Gravely_Man
03-25-2003, 10:27 AM
What brand of velke are we talking about and how much does this worker really weigh?



Gravely_Man

adrianvbarrera
03-25-2003, 10:48 AM
Don't take the velkie away....he is heavy and probably slower than the average guy without it. Your production will go down.


Take a look at where he breaks them and have a welding shop reinforce a new one or build him a custom one made for the extra weight.

Don't make him walk...it will be humiliating to him. Think about it you are too fat, you broke the equipment and now you are being punished by walking.

Take care of your employees because they are the core of your business.



Just my thoughts.

Adrian

Swampbeast
03-25-2003, 11:01 AM
You need to talk to this fellow, tell him your delima. You MUST be honest with him. Tell him that he keeps breaking the velkes, and that you cant afford to keep replacing them, and just talk to him. More than likely, he will be glad to work with you about this problem. Then go get a velke custom made for this one guy, with all stress points reinforced.

:cool:

Casey
03-25-2003, 08:25 PM
I guess when the guys say the Big Guy gets the ZTR they must mean the boss:D

baddboygeorge
03-25-2003, 09:22 PM
sounds like you have a cheap brand velke i have been using single wheels since they been out an never broke one yet .get a good one an the problem is solved!!

landscaper3
03-25-2003, 09:36 PM
Toro tru-trac sulki!!!! You can back up without getting off and it follows drive wheels, can be fabbed up to fit any machine!