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Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by mowtech, May 19, 2006.
That stinks. That'd be a wild ride. If the mower didn't kill him, the ride down sure did.
2 years ago i was dumping loam with my trator and i was backing up to 40-50 foot enbankment well i backed up to far and the loam was to heavy to pull it back up and it pulled me and the tractor over i was going down and the tractor fliped right over me. all i got was a big cut on my back and battery acid all over me and the tractor is still running today lol i was so lucky its scary to think about it
I just bought a riding mower and while I was loading it up, I tried to drive it onto my trailer, which is a flip down type, the incline was too steep and it flipped over on top of me. I was very lucky as I crawled out from under it and I had nothing but a bruised ego. Long story short, I don't drive the mower onto my trailer anymore. Just not something I want to experience ever again.