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Getting a Gravely 818T Home

On May 10, 2002, I was bringing my Gravely 818T home. the thing weighed a ton and had flat tires. I came alone-sadly. I was so excited that I didn't bring my truck. I instead rode my bycicle down (TG it has a bycicle pump). When I got there, I cleared the debris away from it and looked for the inflation points for the tires. they were nowhere to be found. I then went for the snow chains that are on the tires. they would not come off. As I was looking for how to get the chains off, I noticed that the tires were on backwards! I found the pints on the other side of the tire and finally got the tires inflated. After I did that, the thing would still not move. I ended up requesting some help from the couple who owned the home to help me push the thing out of its hopeful resting place. I then tried to push the thing back to my place (because it wasn't very far), but there were too steep of hills between the two places to push. I thought about going to get my truck but it was too precarious to leave where it was. So I ended up asking the homeowners once again for help. I ended up riding the thing behind a Suburban all the way back home.

Steven Wood, VA, entered 2002-05-13
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