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    What are you driving at work ?

    Car, Truck ...Bulldozer , Taxi , Front End loader , Bus , lawnmower....?

    What machines do you guys drive for your job ?

    I drove a small Toyota forklift this morning . Not something I've have a lot of practice with ....

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    A Laptop...
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    Deutz farm tractor and hyundai 20t digger

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    Holden Cruze wagon. Its ok. Actually better than ok, the best car in the world is the one someone else puts the gas in.
    it's not a bad thing till you throw a KLR into the mix.
    those cheap ass bitches can do anything with ductape.
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    At the moment, a Nissan Navara ute

    In the past an Aveling Barford PG grader and a Prinoth T5 snow groomer (amongst others)

    But at least I do get to commute to and from by bike
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    Honda Super-Cub postie bike.

    Well I did until Wednesday. This coming Monday I'll be driving a desk again.
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    I remember work, do they still have that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidecar bob View Post
    I remember work, do they still have that?
    Sat morning when you start on the wifes list.

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    ...just my wife crazy...

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    Digger today, tractor tomorrow, monday it'll be a forklift, followed by a digger with maybe a touch more tractor if the weather holds.

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    Driving about 700MW of electrickery



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    Laptop and when I'm not driving that I'm driving my staff nuts

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    Mostly a mouse. Occasionally a Honda Foreman farm bike to shift hay bales, fencing poles and goat food. Or just for a hoon around soggy paddocks. Latest one has selectable 2 or 4WD for donuts or hill climbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruaphu View Post
    Driving about 700MW of electrickery



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    So thats about 940,000 HP - You wouldn't want to crash that...
    many years ago (operating a hydro station)i had 112MW short to earth (for some milliseconds) due to a fail in a CVT - buckled steel,shards of porcelain and trees on fire all around the switchyard... gives you a renewed respect for electrickery

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