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    And Now For A Little Levity After a Long Week....

    W A R N I N G (Don't Try These At Home...These Are Professional ( insert appropriate descriptor here)...enjoy.





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    THERE IDIOTS, but they know no better-huh!! but I like watching them too.
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    Some folks really know how to get the most out of their tractors, that's for sure. I still haven't figured how they can steer with the steering wheel and the front wheels off the ground.
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    3:00 how is that a fail? but still, that is funny!!! (and a good example of what not to do)
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    This thread should keep both the Safety Police AND the Ballast Police busy for awhile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    Some folks really know how to get the most out of their tractors, that's for sure. I still haven't figured how they can steer with the steering wheel and the front wheels off the ground.
    Steering brakes..
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    Some folks really know how to get the most out of their tractors, that's for sure. I still haven't figured how they can steer with the steering wheel and the front wheels off the ground.
    Independent left and right brakes...it does get a little squirrely, don't ask me how I know......
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoneStranger View Post
    W A R N I N G (Don't Try These At Home...These Are Professional ( insert appropriate descriptor here)...enjoy.





    -Lou
    I thought the very first one was, lets say to be nice, was what I have seen in the past for that region.. A lot of the women work like horses while the men sit on their collective butts! Poor woman. The rest, crazy, no way to treat a tractor no matter what brand! But I did laugh at a few! The first one especially... My wife did not think it was so funny at all.... Forgot one, the truck and tractor doing a pull with each other and all the diesel smoke going into the cab!!!! Laughed my butt off.. Thanks LS
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56Nine View Post
    Independent left and right brakes...it does get a little squirrely, don't ask me how I know......
    Yeah, they are a godsend when you need them, but I thought it was funny that the guy was turning the steering wheel and the tractor seemed to respond...kinda reflex action I guess. My Grand dad's old "U" M&M used to get up on its hind legs like that occasionally, and it always scared the crap out of me. I was very, very thankful that it had a hand clutch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    Yeah, they are a godsend when you need them, but I thought it was funny that the guy was turning the steering wheel and the tractor seemed to respond...kinda reflex action I guess. My Grand dad's old "U" M&M used to get up on its hind legs like that occasionally, and it always scared the crap out of me. I was very, very thankful that it had a hand clutch.
    I did notice he was turning the steering wheel too,, yup just instinct I guess. doing wheelies can get you a little as you said scared, but you certainly get used to it and that's when you get into trouble..!!! I was waiting for one tractor to break the bell housing and low and behold, one did! Those tractors are not made to bounce!
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