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    Quote Originally Posted by Dougie View Post
    They say it happens a bit, why not install some bollards at the top?


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    Anyone else read that entire article in an Irish accent??

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    Oops they look like metal pipe and that's guna sink!

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    Wheel anchor here and go for a dive eh
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    Nil durum volenti !!

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    How to bury a digger in the Waikato

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    Quote Originally Posted by sako75 View Post
    How to bury a digger in the Waikato

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    Bugger. That would leave you with a sinking feeling
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Bugger. That would leave you with a sinking feeling
    And an empty wallet

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    One of the boys I worked with in Uruguay sent me this, milk tanker picked up a stone....
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    Be a weeks worth off paperwork to sort that out here, that's after all the drug and alcohol tests.

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    Haha big f**king hammer to sort it out over there, our farm was way down a dirt road that would turn impassable for our 4wd Ford ranger after rain, so you can imagine the fun the milk tanker had getting in there, one of the guys had to drive about 40mins in the tractor every morning to where the road met the gravel and tow the tanker all the way to the farm then back out again!
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    That old Merc looks like it would be right at home in a museum.
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    They were the last of the good merc's. Hammer, screwdriver and crescent, abit of wire and a couple of bolts was all ya needed in ya toolbox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oraki View Post
    They were the last of the good merc's. Hammer, screwdriver and crescent, abit of wire and a couple of bolts was all ya needed in ya toolbox.
    But would you prefer the power, economy and comfort of a more modern unit over one of these to drive?
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    Yes I do!!! Just got a new one this year 2016 540 Volvo. No real comparison between the 2.
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    But if I was buying a truck for the farm, the Merc would be right up there

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    Yip, a no brainer for the farm. Simple and reliable.
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