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Discussion in 'The DIY Tool Shed' started by DannyBuffalo, Dec 1, 2017.

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  1. DannyBuffalo

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    Hmm, wonder if it would fit through the back hatch of my Outback?
     
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    Wow, wish it were closer
     
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    Knowing you Rick, you could just flick it up onto your shoulder and jog home!!! Hell it only weighs 3 tons!:twisted:

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    6720 lbs, but it's free!
    Dealio!
     
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    By, gum, Dave, you talked me into it. Now I only need to have 3-phase 7.65 Jiggawatt power run to the house, and learn how to troubleshoot industrial machinery control circuits! How hard could it be?
     
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    It's all digital Rick! Noughts and ones. Even you know about noughts and ones. :lol:

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    Nay, nay, I know naught about naughts.
     
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    Hey Rick, I say you're the 1 for that machine. Better hurry before it get's away.
     
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    I suppose I could get some movers dollies under it, tie a rope to it and drag it home. . .hang some Christmas lights on it and leave it outside as a large holiday yard decoration.
    But no, it would cLash with the white-painted tires I have lining my driveway, and might not fit between the '63 Bluebird school bus I'm converting into a camper out front and with the purple '66 Dodge Monaco, that just needs 3 doors, a windshield, the front seat, and the motor to make her like new . . .And I wouldn't want to bump the rusty white Nash Rambler off its blocks. That would look bad and annoy my neighbors.
     
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    I'd come get it but the fuel costs would kill me:D

    At least it's made of stuff CITES shouldn't complain about.:rolleyes:
     
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