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Just when you think you have seen it all...

Discussion in 'General Industry Questions' started by stumpjumper83, Feb 6, 2008.

  1. stumpjumper83

    stumpjumper83 Senior Member

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    pwrstroke6john Well-Known Member

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    Ill take that over a argo 6x6 anyday.
     
  3. littledenny

    littledenny Well-Known Member

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    The only thing they missed plugging in the ad was using this as a platform for ice fishing. Try to justify to the bride that you need this, just to pull the ice shack around the pond next winter.
     
  4. bobcat ron

    bobcat ron Banned

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    That would really be sweet for cranberry farming, one local farmer here is using a Snow Cat for the finish grading.
     
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    Copenhagen Well-Known Member

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    He looks really stuck in the lower picture.
     
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    glad i wasnt the first to try it
     
  7. Dozerboy

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    There are vids of guys driving there trucks in lakes with a over size dual set up, but thats cool. I would be a little worried about the wagon.