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Old 09-10-2009
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daily driver.. get away or ill move ya!

what u say for DD this on the highway.....

its something i see almost weekly a guy driving this on the highway.... lol!

finally i got a decent shot.... and u shouldave seen what he did to cross lanes.....


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I see those on the road all the time here. But you see this dude often driving that?
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hahaha oh man.. that dude has baller status
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not this one.. but theres a guy a see driving one alot on the highway atleast 2-3 times a month......

its ok on normal roads... but on a highway!?!?!?!
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well, in the guys defense, his tractor is street legal: it has brake lights, turn signals, headlights and a license plate. and as long as he can keep up with traffic so some degree, he isn't doing anything illegal.
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There is a guy around here that drives his everywhere. Drives by to and from work everyday morning night and at lunch. He lost his license so I guess it's better than walking!
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Where I used to work and my dad currently works. They drive one of these on the streets, but only for emergencies. I do have to say they steer amazingly and have a comfortable ride.

They have a slightly older model, but same size.
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Where I used to work and my dad currently works. They drive one of these on the streets, but only for emergencies. I do have to say they steer amazingly and have a comfortable ride.

They have a slightly older model, but same size.


I have one I will sell u its a lil smaller its a 621exr
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I need a new DD. Mine has nothing on that! lol
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i was sitting at a stop light in it the other day and a mini van pulled up next to me I was like that thing does not stand a chance my bucket was bigger than it was
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I have one I will sell u its a lil smaller its a 621exr
I'm good I've seen the repairs and just maintenance cost on those things.
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could be worse like a JCB those r way expensive for parts but they r a lil nicer and if u would rather have one of those I can sell u one of those as well.
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I wonder the legality of those. I can only assume the huge ones go way over the weight/axle limit. That's why you see them strapped on semi-trailers.

When the local mine won the supreme court case to open up, they celebrated by driving all their equipment down the highway, stuff like this



That machinery is pretty damn huge even though it doesnt look like it.
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i want to drive one of those articulated dump trucks need to get one
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I saw this old guy one day in an old John Deer tractor driving by the gas station heading away from town with all his groceries in the front bucket. I wish I had a camera phone back then. It was glorious.
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yeah, shouldn't be legal on the highway. Since some highways have a minimum speed limit
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That's cool. Around here you see those and end dumps and gators and whatever driving on the roads. It's a small town where the locals still do that they want and it's not uncommon to see a big ole john deer pull up to the gas station and fill up and then drive back to the farm. I love it here.
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