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Ambler stopped in (again) yesterday to pick up a few items. Hung out for a couple of hours and headed back home.



He picked up a 1918/loader, two powermax blades, a 42" deck, a hood and a set of fenders for a Twin Twenty. He figured he'd be OK as long as he didn't have to cross a truck scale on the way home.
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Nice load. Don't think pickups have to go across the truck scales so as long as the truck didn't lay down on him he should have been OK.
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The truck is a heavy duty diesel and it didn't notice the load. the 60" blades etc. are for D-17. John pulled in my house at midnight, a good 8hr run. Oh PA turnpike tollbooth had scales and charged me 50% more than the way out. now to figure out how to get it off.
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Ronald Hribar
When I picked up my ATV from Nick, the toll more than doubled because of trailer with ATV on it. No trailor on way out.
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Looks like I'll be busy getting ready for Spring Fling. I can use some of that load (Twin Twenty stuff) for the show. ;)
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Ambler, Did you get it off yet? I have a tri-fold ramp that will handle 1500 pounds, would that help? Let me know if you need some help. I am sure if you stopped by my place tomorrow evening we could get it unloaded. sm01sm01 David
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Got it all off tonight using the massey loader, up and down, up and down. then drove the ultima off. Now to see which ultima it will go on. I either have to put power steering on the 1918 from john or convert my 1920s to single brake petal.
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