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    Where the hell is this guy from? Boston? I couldn't understand a word he said. Boy's got some skills.

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    NOT BAD IM MORE IMPRESSED AS HOW HE GOT IT ON THE FORKS TO BEGIN WITH.

    I HAVE WORKED IN THE MATERIAL HANDELING INDUSTRY FOR YEARS AN HAVE SEEN SOME REALLY GOOD OPERATERS THIS WAS PRETTY COOL ESPECIALY GIVEN THE SIZE OF THE LIFT HE WAS USING GENTERALY THERE HYDRAULICS ARE NOT AS RESPONSIVE AS THE SMALLER MACHINES.

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    Picking up the coin is the easy part, I was showed this trick back in the late 80s
    I just wonder if he eyeballed the bottle himself or if he had help?
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    Fantastic, what skill!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coils View Post
    Picking up the coin is the easy part, I was showed this trick back in the late 80s
    I just wonder if he eyeballed the bottle himself or if he had help?
    Most of the GM mule drivers could do that with a dime. I don't think I could do the bottle trick. Our outside mules--Taylor Heavy Duty Diesel did not have a side shift. I have to wonder if he could stack racks 6 to 8 high on a gravel,muddy, icey lot without a side shift.

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