> That manuver demonstrates real originality.
Pretty much routine for a practiced operator...have seen a number of
variations and quite a few been linked to on u-tube, etc., over the years...
I'd guess there are clips in the hundreds if not thousands by now if one
were to really look. But, still just unusual enough to be entertaining.
Be a heck of a time to burst a hydraulic hose or have a cylinder seal
go, wouldn't it???? :)
When causing a house to be demolished in preparation for building anew,
I always make sure I'm there for the front-end loader taking itself off
the transport/trailer. Seen a lot of original maneuvers, and it's always
On Fri, 17 Jun 2011 18:14:59 -0500, Swingman wrote:
Southern railway runs by my place of work and they stage a lot of
the railroad work from there. They will take a regular JD backhoe
and self drag it up into a gondola car full of railroad ties.
My ass draws up everytime I see it.
I saw a video once of a backhoe getting itself from a dock onto a
barge, somewhere in the Caribbean.
Al pretty rickety equipment. It was a blast to watch...and I'll be
damned if I can find that again????
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