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    Just plain nuts

    You got to trust the welds to try something like this

    http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=RobaJKGMMiE

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    That was certainly unusual. Pretty cool though
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    Not sure what that was, but Google translation kept repeating the words Brent & Bob ....might have been Giggle translation as it's early here for me, but either/or....cool moves!

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    And then he has to get back down. Cool.
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    Fun stuff! Great commentary too
    Who would think of doing that?
    I got a glimpse of some hooks on the front of the chassis, between the tracks. I wonder if they're installed for this purpose or maybe have some other function, like a levelling blade.
    Cool operator in any case. Thanks for posting!

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    Good Grief. Perhaps he should join Cirque Ole.
    I got all hyper just watching.

    Enjoy,

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    He did that without a safety helmet or safety net... don't you know OSHA would have had a conniption if this was in USA...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Ellis View Post
    He did that without a safety helmet or safety net... don't you know OSHA would have had a conniption if this was in USA...
    Yeah , I get a kick out of the guy with the mike standing directly underneath the machine when it is at the top.

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