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We all do it now and again but is anyone brave/daft enough to post any pics???

Understand if you don't want to or blur your names/reg plates.

Here's one of mine....ImageUploadedByTapatalk1359810298.870162.jpg.0356379fc2045693510a4c95d94e9905.jpg

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Never taken a picture. Usually in too much of a hurry not getting caught= Honest answer. We did though once have a fire on the back of a truck where we had moved the remains of a bonfire which relit from the wind acting like bellows. We only knew when people were overtaking and gesticulating.

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Never taken a picture. Usually in too much of a hurry not getting caught= Honest answer. We did though once have a fire on the back of a truck where we had moved the remains of a bonfire which relit from the wind acting like bellows. We only knew when people were overtaking and gesticulating.

 

HI MATE how right you are up to your neck in the :lol::lol:no pics with no plates on :laugh1:jon :thumbup:

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Not sure if i was overloaded but still a good load :001_cool:

 

HI GRAY what that a td5 there mate well load up jon :thumbup:

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No far better its a 200tdi, 26000 odd miles on the clock and still pulls like a train. but not to stable when i put the tw in the small trailer in pick 2.

Anouther well on the way to a good load, didnt take a final shot of the full trailer as was dark when we finished.

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No far better its a 200tdi, 26000 odd miles on the clock and still pulls like a train. but not to stable when i put the tw in the small trailer in pick 2.

Anouther well on the way to a good load, didnt take a final shot of the full trailer as was dark when we finished.

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HI GRAY what weight will crane lift :001_rolleyes:1ton o no 2ton jon :thumbup:

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