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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by SiteSolutions, May 30, 2008.
Don't try this at home...
looks like fun
its actually mounted that way? how do you use it?
If you look closely you will notice the hydraulic hoses are stretched TIGHT...
I was about to load up on the trailer and decided to shake the leaves off the mower deck. I raised the mower overhead and gave it a quick shake. The thing broke free of the quick-tach and dropped down onto the loader! It landed on the loader arms and slid down to the back, down to that side.
Had to have another loader come out to pick it up with a chain and take the tension off the hoses.
What a pain in the arse.
Oh my gosh! did you break anything?
Lucky, lucky, lucky, lucky, lucky.
why did you have it that high? were you shaking the leaves back onto the cab?
bolts are the answer, you are lucky they fly around alot when they are running and that happens
Small dent on the back of my loader. The rental house claims there may be damage to the bush hog but so far unconfirmed.
Yes I am. Could have been a LOT worse.