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    Ladder truck

    Hi guys, I've told you, that I'm a kind of "janitor" at the Ars Natura Foundation. Today we needed a ladder in the woods - to hang some hagstones back in the trees. And for transporting the ladder, I've build myself a holder on top of the Gator cap - and so it looks.







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    Love it!.

    Do the box side rails come in hand?
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    Nice job , That Gator is getting a workout
    . What up with the cloth door ? Safety .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Love it!.

    Do the box side rails come in hand?
    Yep, to fix things or to climb on the cabine... very helpful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eyeboltman View Post
    Nice job , That Gator is getting a workout
    . What up with the cloth door ? Safety .

    The cloth doors are homologated in D (the half screen windows not) and very strong.
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    Swivel mount?

    All you need is a swivel mount and hydraulic extension for a mini fire truck.

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    I had to Google hag stone... That was a new one for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldmanX View Post
    I had to Google hag stone... That was a new one for me.
    Hagstones or Hühnergötter, as we say, are typical for the Baltic Sea. Most of them I've found on the danish island Langeland.
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    Nice gator setup. I too wonder,What is a "hagstone"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by potential View Post
    Nice gator setup. I too wonder,What is a "hagstone"?
    Copied from a Google search:
    Hag stones were believed to have magical powers, such as protection against eye, diseases, or evil charms, preventing nightmares, curing whooping cough, the ability to see through fairy or witch disguises and traps, if looked at through the middle of the stone, and of course recovery from snakebite
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