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I just bent my fork whilst trying to lift the dog!

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Should have lifted at the centre of gravity. Obviously putting the tine in his lug hole created an off-centre load and the torsional forces initiated overloading doh!:biggrin:

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Particularly tough bit of wood or just stress over time? Guessing the latter....if so how much wood has it done?

 

6 years of stress and i probably use that one the most.

The seal on the saw motor started leaking aswell, so that's off getting reasealed. Not bad really considering its in daily use.

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bent not broke, surprised my self by recovering situation with little press, needed support blocks! to stop things bending that should not be, now as straight as a straight...ish thing ( a bit weaker possibly)

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No names mentioned here but can you imagine the call to the boss about his new GreenMech which had a lump drop on it?

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