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    Posted: 07 Dec. 2018 at 1:09pm
Thought everyone would enjoy this video taken at the Hueston Woods rally in 2018. OSHA approved!

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Enjoyed it Nick. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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One of my favorite events to attend. Thanks for sharing Nick!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote SpringerKing Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 Dec. 2018 at 2:20pm
Thanks for the post, now I see how to set up the Auger that can with my 46!  I had not been able to find a good picture.  
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Cool,thanks for posting Nick.

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Nick said: "Thought everyone would enjoy this video"

Smile I don't know about everyone, but I sure did. Thanks, Nick. Clap  BW
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Originally posted by Bruce W Bruce W wrote:

Nick said: "Thought everyone would enjoy this video"

Smile I don't know about everyone, but I sure did. Thanks, Nick. Clap  BW

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The guy doing the welding should have been wearing a double-breasted suit like the guy in the old Willys photo.  Would have looked so much more authentic that way!  LOL
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Thanks for sharing . I love this stuff ! 😁
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I tell everyone I meet at shows around the Midwest that they should see John's demo if they want to know about Farm Jeeps.  Seems every time I visit, John has something new to show us.  Thanks for posting!

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Very nice
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Thanks so much for sharing this informative video! The Willys rear PTO sparked much creativity in the post-WWII equipment aftermarket. Those monster buzz saws, without any safety guards, freak me out every time I see one being demonstrated. So does the guy with the red shop rag hanging from his back pocket--so many devices among the old Jeeps here that could catch that rag with unfortunate results...
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I had never seen a hydraulic powered chain saw or even herd of one before.  Really neat. 
Quite the show thanks for sharing.
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That is the way I thought about them until I got  one and  hooked it up to my 2a. Fear is gone, but careful attention remains.

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It sort of scares me to look at some of the old photos. A guy running a metal lathe wearing a tie. Bad idea. I still have all of my fingers by luck or being a bit smarter. I have had a few people borrow tools and I warn them about things. Make sure the guard is down (One guy didn't do it and it ran a few laps around his feet). They are in the class B bunch that need supervision. I had other things to take care of. The class C group were shown the door. I never had to mess with the class A group. They knew what to do and I just would ask them if they needed anything. I knew when to stay away. (I ran a couple jobs that came in for over a million bucks. No idea how that came about?)

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