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#9143 10/08/08 12:22 PM
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I don't cut grass with my Ride on mower, i use it to tow my caravan from my backyard to the front yard.
It does a good job the caravan weighs about 700KG's
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Now back to the Olympics aussie
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gmax,

It looks like you have a V8 under the bonnet as the weight is bowing the front axle. good1


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Gmax, hehehehehe awsome..toroman

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It sure looks like the front axle is bent, there must be a reason
it is made like that, but i cant think of one confused

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Hey gmax,
With that saggy front suspension, it resembles a muppet character with those big eyes that follow you everywhere..... cool
Good stuff!! mate,a new use for a ride-on; As they say in the classics,"Necessity is the mother of Invention" grin
Rock on ride-ons, I reckon!! laugh

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Once again my little Victa ride on came to the rescue, this time i
had to move a 15' caravan to my backyard.
It moved it easily, although i will remove the cutting deck to give me more clearance.

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There's no doubt about ya gmax, there's not too many people that can mow the lawn and park the caravan at the same time!! lol!! laugh
good1

PS....if the front end gets more saggy, you'll have to buy it a bra!! LOL!! laugh devilchilli yahooooo.....


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Hi Darryl, I had to cut down a tree that was in the way of where i
wanted to put the caravan.
It was a good excuse to give my old Solo chainsaw a run.


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Gmax, bloody ripper!! chainsaw
good1 mate!!


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Gmax,

I hope that you were wearing your ear plugs while operating you saw.

Nice running saw. congrats


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Bruce,

No i don't use ear plugs with the Solo, but i do with the Dolmar 143, that is so loud, i don't run it to often don't want to annoy the neighbors to much.
I should have a 1958 Solo Rex arrive next week , another one to restore. cheers2 gmax


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