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This is the vid I have but there is a little swear word half way sorry

 

 

 

 

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5nYyA-dg08]YouTube - MOV00137.AVI[/ame]

 

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lO78XguWU8]YouTube - Ed Benton 07880795462 Golden tree surgeons[/ame]

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may the spawn of the Mog eating devil bolete slowly eat & corode :001_tt2:

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Never knew the tecnical name for Tin worm until now! Thanks monkeyD :laugh1:

Edited by Pat Ferrett

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Just looked at the Land rover rocks thread, Then looked at this one............ Will Skyhucks little trailer pull behind a Land Rover? Neither do the Land rovers have chippers hanging off them. Real toys.:thumbup::thrasher:

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blah blah blah, I am a girl, I like the colour pink and Stevie Blair is a God, all Hail Stevies Mog

 

 

 

 

 

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Good post Davie boy :)

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nice plough there.. oh, oh dear its a chipper haha, what a cool noise, i fell in love with mogs when i heard a loaded one roaring up a steep hill.:thumbup:

 

Thats the problem with having the chipper fixed to the mog and not on linkage need to get that sorted so I can lift it abit higher when going off road:thumbup1: one advantage it that it is very hard to nick :001_tongue:

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