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DB1410lad 377674 51 Ford junk well matched. either
Ford junk well matched.
A 6 cylinder major and a ford 7000 and needer could budge each other if only we had the DB 1410 with ous then we would of had a pull the fords stand for F fix O or R regret D daily.:-P;-)
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??????
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Does this look dangerous to anybody else? :-\ Thats a lot of trust in a chain.;-)
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Mmm, certainly does :-[, especially with people standing so close.
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Better chain than a steel rope, because if rope fails, it slings up in the air, and chain does not, espacially if it's a heavy duty chain, like this one...

The best thing for this purpose is a steel tube, but if you don't have a tube, chain can take its' place...
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indeed Bobo, but whas is the purpose of such a idiot action? Is it, how do you screw up 2 tractors at once? :-\
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I heard of a guy towing with wire rope once & when it broke, it went flying through his cab (smashing the front & rear windows in the process) and narrowly missed killing him. Very dangerous stuff!

Nowadays this man only uses snatch straps for any towing he does.
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i would say, the only thing that it's ruined this way are your tires;-)
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Its a common way over here to find out which tractor has the better traction but my point here is that neather tractor could budge each other thats a ford 7000 a tractor from the mid 70s against a major from the early 60s.

Ours chains rarely brake no matter what we are doing the chain used here was not ours.:-)
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