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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by NateV, Oct 4, 2006.
Sure! He looks like he can work really fast! I'd also like to get the guy in the other video to drive for me, especially when DOT has to meet their quota!
Chesney sings about his John Deere while the guy is driving a CASE. I guess inserting CASE into the lyrics just don't have the same ring. As far as hiring this guy. I have talked to many like him. I borderline have one working for me now. Everytime the machines come in there is a new battle scar and a new excuse.
That's really not that cool. Doesn't require any talent whatsoever, just some idiot willing to bash some equipment.
and bash himself too....thats a rough ride, especially in those old Cases.
You said it, I was just thinking about how much that would hurt to get thrown around in that cab.
A little hard on those drive motors i would think though. You can't fix stupid!
Anyone can pop a wheely in a skid, hell I was teaching my little brother to drive one with yankem sticks and he pulled the front wheels off the ground the first time he tried to move it.
Now this guy has some talent, even though he is a total dumbass:
wow he can do a wheelie with NO attachment
just watched the guy on the bobcat thats sweet its like the guys at the x games or other motorcross events when they come out to fix the jumps they get those things spinning around on one wheel with the bucket all the way up