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    The mighty iseki in a spot of bother.
    My mate the digger driver set me up for this baby!
    A 130 hp tractor to remove me and a few beers

    A nice veiw of ruapehu I reckon!
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    Suppose you had a little spare time to enjoy the view andyanimal31. Mates are great for that sort of thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyanimal31 View Post
    The mighty iseki in a spot of bother.
    My mate the digger driver set me up for this baby!
    A 130 hp tractor to remove me and a few beers

    A nice veiw of ruapehu I reckon!
    Having slick tyres on the back wouldnt of helped
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    Andy your mate the digger driver should have been able to get you out.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Andy your mate the digger driver should have been able to get you out.
    As usual he had just loaded up on the transporter and gone!
    It only took an hour for the big tractor to turn up but when he couldn't move me forward it took him half an hour to drive right around to pull me out backwards and then it only just came out!
    I had driven over the crossing once posting the line and then tried coming out where i hadn't driven, boy was that a mistake!
    I wish i had a photo of the iseki on two wheels with a number 2 quarter round under the hammer stopping it from falling over and then having to climb up the mast to hook a rope on for the hilux to pull it back onto its four wheels.
    I have got a bit older and wiser in the last few years so try minimize this sort of shit as now trying to get to extreme old age in one piece!
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyanimal31 View Post
    trying to get to extreme old age in one piece!
    There is good sense in that. By the way, thanks for the message. Job done.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    There is good sense in that. By the way, thanks for the message. Job done.
    All good Rushy!
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    Thats a bloody flash tanker track there dundee

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    Quote Originally Posted by subs View Post
    Thats a bloody flash tanker track there dundee
    Thanks its my old mans section on the way too the shed.
    "Thats not a knife, this is a knife"
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    I see your growing rabbits too mr D
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    The bro in law had a bit of a incident on his Mule quad bike. He was very lucky it wasn't fatal.
    The only way to get it out was to get the helicopter in. The pilot dropped his crew off at the site and I said that I would guide him on the trailer and then would bring the strops up.
    In my rush to get the strops up to the machine, I forgot that after going through a steep ditch it was a sharp turn to the left which required a 2 point turn as the bank was washed out. I remembered that as I felt the Holden lurch over. I tried to back out...that wasn't going to happen. I opted to bail out the passenger door and run up the track to the heli.
    The pilot and owner wondered where my truck was, which he saw on his flight back to the hangar. I got a fair bit of shit next time I went in for a coffee.
    I should have given it a nudge and got a new truck haha.
    Sister was a bit hacked off with guys and vehicles that day hahaha
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    Engage diff locks and back out:thumbup:
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    Steep there WW
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Engage diff locks and back out:thumbup:
    No, with that badge on the front a push would be kinder.
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