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    Implement storage done right

    Gives me some ideas....

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    he sure put a lot of thought into that design-didn't he
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    He says "between the box blade and the wheel weights, it makes the front end a little bit light..." the truth is that the rear wheel weights have no effect on the front wheels.

    Good advice at 7:05
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    Quote Originally Posted by W9GFO View Post
    He says "between the box blade and the wheel weights, it makes the front end a little bit light..." the truth is that the rear wheel weights have no effect on the front wheels.

    Good advice at 7:05
    Pretty easy to say something, uh, not so bright, in a video. Easy to see after the fact, sometimes not so easy to say it right when the camera is rolling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timmarks View Post
    Pretty easy to say something, uh, not so bright, in a video. Easy to see after the fact, sometimes not so easy to say it right when the camera is rolling.
    That could very well be the case, or it could be a misunderstanding of how it works - now way to tell really except for asking the guy. If I had to put money on it, I would say he mis-spoke.
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    I kept waiting to see how the mower was going to fit on the storage cart, but the MMM just sat there on the driveway. Maybe he stores it on the tractor.

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    I like it..looks like he did some nice work..

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