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    Ordered tree.

    Ordered tree. Gets here soon.

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    I think they needed one more on top cantilevered to the front bumper and it would have walked all the way through!!
    I would love to have that old truck. That thing is a monster! The weight that was on it, the water had a heck of a current going, it just did its job! Someone is caring for that truck, it had to be in top notch running condition to overcome that obstacle.
    Thanks for sharing that!!!!!
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    Interesting Jozsef.

    Reminds me of something that I saw over 22 years ago in Pakistan. someone was hauling heavy load on a donkey cart. It was so heavy that the donkey got lifted off the ground.
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    Amazing what some of them old trucks can-do. Looks like and old military tactical vehicle. I drove a similar truck in Korea , not as old, and had some fun getting inane out of tough situations.
    Thanks for sharing.
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    Amazing it got out. That load was tremendous and completely improperly loaded.
    Fun to watch.
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    Now that's what I'm talking about!! Fresno traffic?? forget about it, just drive right over the top
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    Fun ride on the hood!

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    That's quite a truck. When I was a kid one of my friend's dad had a surplus WWII half-track. He had removed the rear tracks and replaced them with the same bulletproof tires that were on the front. It was pretty unstoppable compared to the average 4x4 truck or Jeep.
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    I would love to have the truck and the wood

    That was really cool
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