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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by SellingIron, Feb 18, 2010.
I hope no one has seen this yet..
some of the footage is from the old mb tractor 'asv compared' shoot outs
i like how even after they flip it their still flying around with the mulching head way up in the air.
yea ive had that one saved on my youtube account for a few months..... i love the begining with the guy in the bobcat
So what were they trying to prove? ASV's flip over easily?
Only if your driving around with the forestry cutter raised all the way
But really what are they trying to prove??
Silly Commie Music.
that music makes me want to rip my ears off... but nice pt100
Ya that is what I was thinking didn't the guy learn his lesson. LOL I was waiting for him to tip again.
I didn't think that was a Terex production but it was, I think it made them look bad. I wouldn't say it gave them good publicity unless they were trying to say that even after they fail they get back up and try again.
I actually called a sales guy back at the ASV when I first saw this because just like you I was wondering if this was a sanctioned terex video. It is not approved by Terex. The dubbed skid steer video is actually from a test track at ASV, but it was on the web before somewhere else and just dubbed onto the Russian video.
It was a bunch of knuckleheaded Russian salesmen from a Russian Terex dealership who had never even run so much as a skid steer before (I think the video demonstrates the fact that they had no clue what they were doing). People who run skids or CTLs understand the concept of carrying your load or attachments as low as possible.