I'm not sure where to list this so if it needs to be moved ok to that.
I'm always reading posts here where someone asks questions like how much weight can my FEL support, or can I bulldoze a ten ton rock with my 54" blade, or how deep can I run my tractor into a rice field before I sink in the mud, etc., etc., etc.
I call this the Seinfeld/Kramer syndrome. For you die hard fans of the show, do you recall the episode when jerry was shopping for a car & Kramer talked the salesman into a test ride. The sales guy got nervous over the length of the ride with Kramer behind the wheel. Then the gas warning light went on & the sales guy was flipping out but Kramer explained to him the real challenge lies in how far they can go before they got stuck with no fuel at all.
That's like some of the post here. Someone, will ask a question on how far can I push my machine. Usually its a new machine owner. It's like they don't want to read the manual, or they bought a tractor too small to fit the need. Are people really that uneducated on what they are buying or are they just need something to say? It's all good, but it makes me wonder about the guy driving down the highway along side of me. I wonder if he ever read the manual either? The post might be fun, but the downside if I had to guess at it that it uses GTT resources that might otherwise be saved for the really good stuff. Just my own 02. on this. I guess the same complaint can be said about my rant here. Oh well what goes around, comes around.