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post #1 of 31 Old 11-27-2009, 12:16 AM Thread Starter
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dont run stop signs in farm country

saw this on another forum, i know not a jeep, but, OUCH!!

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story was the dude ran a stop sign towing a trailer..he lived, no passengers


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holy hell! thats incredible he survived.

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didnt think tractors moved that fast...of course being in So Cal, the only tractors we see is the Caltrans Cats moving the K rails

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Holy crap!!!! thats freakin insane

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from what ive heard the top speed on that thing is 22mph..doubt it can stop quick either haha

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didnt think tractors moved that fast...of course being in So Cal, the only tractors we see is the Caltrans Cats moving the K rails
It's actually a Combine without the header on it. My dad has one just like it and it runs about 24-26mph wide open. They can really do some damage! Driver of the truck probally thought he could beat it across the road and lost.

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Wow. We have these kind of accidents a lot up here to, people are idiots.
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Thats a good one. I got a lot of pictures like that from when i worked Accident Investigations but most of them are not ummmm ok to post due to graphic nature.

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Glad there were no passengers, that would leave someone with a mental scar or two...

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Wow. We have these kind of accidents a lot up here to, people are idiots.
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its amazing that he lived. could have been alot worse if it had its header on
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It's actually a Combine without the header on it. My dad has one just like it and it runs about 24-26mph wide open. They can really do some damage! Driver of the truck probally thought he could beat it across the road and lost.
The header was not on it. All that damage was from the feeder house. When you move a combine down the road you transport the header on a trailer not on the combine.
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