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    Quote Originally Posted by TopPredator View Post
    Motorcycle Boots. Don't wear Crocs or any other non protective shoes.

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    Holy Hell!! Id be interested to know the details of that horror show... Mostly so i never get within a mile of it!
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    Given your forum name, I guess you would!!

    That is a horrible pic!!
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    Holy Hell!! Id be interested to know the details of that horror show... Mostly so i never get within a mile of it!
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    Hahaha you may have something there! That looks like acid ate it or some other equally awful accident. Truly nightmarish
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    I'd like to know how it happened to, or maybe I don't...
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    Hahaha you may have something there! That looks like acid ate it or some other equally awful accident. Truly nightmarish
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    When I was 21 in the hospital getting my tonsils out there was a young guy in the next bed that had jumped on his motorcycle with flip flops on to go to 7/11. He took a turn too wide and clipped a parked car. The result was one of his feet went into the rear wheel spokes and ground off his heel like that pic. They weren't sure he would ever walk on it again. Everyday they took him to get it a braided in hot water. Needless to say they were injecting him with powerful pain meds right before.



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    That doesnt sound like any fun at all!
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    I've ridden with flip flops. I think it's funny when friends who have ridden without helmets are aghast at the thought.
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    363949-MVC-019S.JPGP1000180.JPGP1000613.JPGP1000610.JPGNot really true inventions, just a couple things to make like a bit easier. The track on the tractor, which I made a full set both front and rear to keep from getting flats while mowing some very thorny trees, the firetruck that I converted from a tanker to a flatbed dump, the conveyor that was converted from a hay conveyor to use for wood, and the oiler of course for the TW chain. In the background you can see the woodsplitter on the tractor. As Momadness can testifiy, it can keep a person chucking wood. The winch on the small tractor works well. It is electric and it also has a coupler for a ball hitch for trailers. My larger John Deere has a hydraulic winch for the rear I use for logging now and then. In this pic I just put the tongs on over the ball hitch and the gal took it away. Toys, oh my do I have toys lol.
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    You got wood too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by plumbstraight View Post
    363949-MVC-019S.JPGP1000180.JPGP1000613.JPGP1000610.JPGNot really true inventions, just a couple things to make like a bit easier. The track on the tractor, which I made a full set both front and rear to keep from getting flats while mowing some very thorny trees, the firetruck that I converted from a tanker to a flatbed dump, the conveyor that was converted from a hay conveyor to use for wood, and the oiler of course for the TW chain. In the background you can see the woodsplitter on the tractor. As Momadness can testifiy, it can keep a person chucking wood. The winch on the small tractor works well. It is electric and it also has a coupler for a ball hitch for trailers. My larger John Deere has a hydraulic winch for the rear I use for logging now and then. In this pic I just put the tongs on over the ball hitch and the gal took it away. Toys, oh my do I have toys lol.

    Sweet setup. To bad you live so far away I would enjoy helping you play with your toys.
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