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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by kklick, Mar 8, 2008.
Found this. Pretty impressive.
That is crazy but very hard on the engine of the machine and the brakes and tranny of the truck. I have thought about that if it was at all possible and this just proves it is.
I must admit he is a good operator even if he is crazy. That machine had to be running out of oil pressure at that much of a turn
I bet thats safe and good for the engine..
like feildman said hes a good operator...but that was stupid
I'll bet there were a pair of hot girls standing near by.
I take pride in the situations I can operate in but that foreword balancing act was impressive. I am sure the hard plumbing is taking a lot of stress when it is standing that tall.
think the truck was in neutral w/ebrake or park?
I think neutral, it rolled toward the skid as the wheels grabbed the deck.
I would have laughed if the truck rolled away after he got that thing on it. That man would have gone for a ride.