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Thought this was pretty funny, my wife videotaped it all.

We're redoing the outside and wanted to get rid of this outdoor piece, it's got a nice grill and tile and place for a fridge. Didn't want to take a sledge hammer to it and demo it so we found one of my neighbors (across the highway) felt he could use it. So we had to improvise to get it across the yard and through a gate that was too small for the bar and the tractor.

One of those times having an MSL would sure be nice!

No furniture or tractors were harmed in the making of this video.

 

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Rollers are awsome. That is how I moved my 8,000# shed plus it had to be turned 180 degrees. We had two tractors on it and another person manning the rollers. Still have the rollers. It was a Tuff Shed that has a metal foundation and no skids. I raised it up and put some makeshift skids under it. Both my friends thought I was crazy, but they learned this older feller knew what he was doing.

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That's just 4" PVC, it's pretty strong stuff and sure came in handy. Definitely a fan of mechanical advantage. Pretty sure we all are, since we've got tractors to do all our work for us. :cool:
 

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Air in front tires looks low...Right Front.

Lower the ballast Box B lade thingy...maybe it doesn't matter with that big of a tractor.

Good job all in all.
 

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Good job!
Also funny that you said "videotaped". Be kind; Rewind ;)
It was right there on that beta max thingy! 馃ぃ

Air in front tires looks low...Right Front.

Lower the ballast Box B lade thingy...maybe it doesn't matter with that big of a tractor.

Good job all in all.
Good eye. So my tires are at the recommended 30PSI and I kind of feel they get squished when I turn, and I'm not quite sure I know what's going on there. I've got loaded rear tires that are pretty heavy, and about 1000lbs on the front, so it's got to be that it's just really heavy.

Think I aught to bump it up to 33-35PSI?

Kudos to the tractor operator and kudos to whoever edited the video...the music was perfect.
Had to take 'er easy getting over the fence, you can't really see it but that oak tree was in the way too. Nice and slow and things tend to go right.
 

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Thought this was pretty funny, my wife videotaped it all.

We're redoing the outside and wanted to get rid of this outdoor piece, it's got a nice grill and tile and place for a fridge. Didn't want to take a sledge hammer to it and demo it so we found one of my neighbors (across the highway) felt he could use it. So we had to improvise to get it across the yard and through a gate that was too small for the bar and the tractor.

One of those times having an MSL would sure be nice!

No furniture or tractors were harmed in the making of this video.

These 5075E's are lifting beasts. Had to move my daughter's shed by going around the block and lifting it over the fence. You had to use more finess as it is a NSL loader where mine is a MSL. Did great. Had to build a deck and attach the shed to the deck a it's flimsy sheet metal. Used a long chain from the top of the fork frame to the far middle of the deck to tilt it back.
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