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Unloading my MC

I had just finished rebuilding the complete undercarriage of my John Deere MC. The tracks have all new pins and bushings, the rollers have new sleeves custom machined for each end of the roller. The idler spockets got taper bushings on each side, one set of front idler brackets where so bad a friend made new ones out of cast iron. I completely rebuilt the final drives including clutchs and new bearings. All new bolts everwhere. This was no small job it took 2 years of on and off work. I was so excited to get this machine to a friends and do some work I left home with out my jack stands to put under the rear end of the trailor. No problem I have loaded and unloaded many tractors with out them. So I'am backing down my ramps being carefull looking down watching for signs of sliding off my steel ramps. As I look down much to my surprise the end of the trailor is seating on the ground. What the H is going on here. I look up and the rear end of my pick-up is two feet off the ground, I look over at my brother whos waving has arm off to kept backing up. Well wasn't that fun. It sure as H was. I never forgot my jacks again and the dozer works great.

Mark Lethbridge, on, entered 2001-06-16
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