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Old 03-26-2020, 10:35 AM
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Saw this on another page. Iíd love to know the backstory to how this happened
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From the looks I'll guess he was pushing over a tree and it spit and that part caught the FEL .....
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One more mishap .....

from someone I do not know

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PLEASE be careful pushing over dead trees and watch out for widowmakers. I knew better but still tried to push down dead tree that had caught fire from brush pile spark. Top broke out and this is the result. $3k(parts only) for the Kubota and $10k at the ER for me. Still going to be another couple of (painful)months recovery but I'm alive.
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That's a big one.
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I've done that more than once. 4WD needed as the back tires aren't on the ground.
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A buddy of mine took this picture this morning on his way to work at a tractor dealership in Circleville, Ohio. I was just there last week looking at Zero Turns. Guess I will be avoiding them now, no way in hell I would want one of these.
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This happened to a fellow named Tim. Here are Tim's comments on the pic:

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Iím okay but had a close call today. After taking the post hole digger off the loader and putting the bucket back on I latched the handles. However this time the pins did not fully engage and I didnít see it. . Then raising the bucket while working close to the highway it came loose and fell back on me. Hopefully this never happens to anybody else!
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Ouch!

That hurts to look just to look at the picture.
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