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    Atleast I'm not these guys.....

    Tried to leave the farm early yesterday and these guys had the whole road blocked. Looks like they had a flat tire on the mobile home and still tried to make the turn and got hung up on the crown of the road. They were good and proper stuck, one side of the truck was off the ground.

    But I am the guy that drives back to the farm, then drives a tractor (couple miles) to them with jacks, blocks and chains.

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    I took the course taught by Southwest Industrial Rigging in Phoenix. You would likely have a different instructor but it was a very good course. Our union course has a horrendous failure rate but I have never had trouble with it and I think the Southwest course helped a lot. I don't know what it cost since I took it as an employee.


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