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Old 06-21-2013, 03:50 PM   #43
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Maybe he had his nose up the guys rear.
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Old 06-21-2013, 09:34 PM   #44
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It was a big and rapid slow down due to construction. By the time we passed this "event" it was stop and go down to one lane, due to the "event". DW was driving,

which allowed me to take the picture of the "event". I can see how it happened, she had to put the hammers down pretty hard, but the air over hydraulic brake on our rig prevented another "event",



these actually work and 'STOP THINGS'.

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We sometimes get caught up in the "would I be able to" questions and disregard the "should I" question... The answer to this one is ... no... you shouldn't, whether you can or not.
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We sometimes get caught up in the "would I be able to" questions and disregard the "should I" question... The answer to this one is ... no... you shouldn't, whether you can or not.
Au contraire schrederman, hand a human a machine and watch them find it's limits.












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Head meet nail....
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