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Old 07-25-2022, 05:58 AM
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you got it home and unloaded without incident,good job..next time you haul equipment like that,use chains and ratchet chain binders to secure your load to the trailer. I didnt see any securement keeping the mill from sliding on the trailer
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you got it home and unloaded without incident,good job..next time you haul equipment like that,use chains and ratchet chain binders to secure your load to the trailer. I didnt see any securement keeping the mill from sliding on the trailer
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you got it home and unloaded without incident,good job..next time you haul equipment like that,use chains and ratchet chain binders to secure your load to the trailer. I didnt see any securement keeping the mill from sliding on the trailer

There was 6 straps holding it down.


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My guess would be he is objecting to the use of straps in lieu of chains.
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Old 07-25-2022, 01:24 PM
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My guess would be he is objecting to the use of straps in lieu of chains.
Maybe... But have you seen Bryan drive... Bryan could have used
recycled baling twine and it would have been a safe load...
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Maybe... But have you seen Bryan drive... Bryan could have used
recycled baling twine and it would have been a safe load...

It takes special skill in driving to be able to pick up the adjustable wrench you left on the bumper when changing the trailer ball out, 15 miles down the country roads, and it rode there all the way without moving.


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It takes special skill in driving to be able to pick up the adjustable wrench you left on the bumper when changing the trailer ball out, 15 miles down the country roads, and it rode there all the way without moving.
My coffee doesn't make to the end of the driveway...

And that is a crisis...
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My coffee doesn't make to the end of the driveway...

And that is a crisis...

Guess I can come give you a driving lesson.


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it is more a function of the driveway...
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