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post #1 of 8 Old 05-16-2008, 08:35 PM Thread Starter
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How to load a bobcat....

I just saw this over on pirate thought it was pretty good.........


http://www.break.com/index/bobcat-lo...nto-truck.html



I have a hard enough time putting my lawnmower away!


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post #2 of 8 Old 05-17-2008, 12:32 PM
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That has to be CGI. The laws of physics apply no matter how good you are, and that wasn't possible.
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Laws of physics says helicopters are not supposed to fly and they do. The thing looks almost real i dont know if its possible but it looks real.

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Laws of physics says helicopters are not supposed to fly and they do.
Helicopters don't fly... They beat the air into submission!
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Helicopters don't fly... They beat the air into submission!
Good One,........Flew Chinooks in the "Nam" & we all just hoped it stayed "UP"

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Looks like there is a driver in the truck and he backs it up underneath the bobcat. Watch the back wheels of the truck, they end up further back than they start at.

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actually the truck is in netral and he pulls the truck back while reversing. Sure it is possible I have done wheelies up and down the street. Just got to be good at it.

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That's pretty cool! I have seen some very good (or stupid) operators but not that good! I would not be so happy though if that was my employee and my skid steer!

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