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  1. #1
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    Putting a race car on the trailer


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    Yeah, this is the car our very own Jason Rivas, Dallas Rogers, my freind Chris, and I will be driving in December in buttonwillow, just watch as Me(the fat one) Chris, and mike all try to put the car on the trailer...uphill

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    wow. been there done that and it sucks. i like it better when they drive on

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    Joey Haveman, owner of "The Bandit" pulling tractor, "Whiplash" 2wd pulling truck and "Hog Wild" 2wd econoline puller. http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?...s/249370544157

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    Haha I love you guys had the presence of mind to record it on video. Epic.
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    what kind of race car is that?

    this was also quite a challenge to load
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    Pfft, amateurs, the only way to load a Demo car is with an end loader, much easier on the back

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    Quote Originally Posted by tromoly View Post
    Pfft, amateurs, the only way to load a Demo car is with an end loader, much easier on the back
    LOL
    i usually have to have mine loaded with a extend-a-boom forklift afterwards
    Joey Haveman, owner of "The Bandit" pulling tractor, "Whiplash" 2wd pulling truck and "Hog Wild" 2wd econoline puller. http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?...s/249370544157

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    Quote Originally Posted by car66 View Post
    LOL
    i usually have to have mine loaded with a extend-a-boom forklift afterwards
    We just use a loader with forks to load up cars after the Team Demos at our track, not sure if our Telehandler will lift a car onto a trailer.

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    Or just do it the old fasioned way... call the wreckers and let them deal with it! We used to pay a guy $50 and he would take 5 cars.
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    Yes, but when there's 8 teams with 12 cars each and we (the facility) cannot leave until the teams have all their cars gone, it's much easier to load up undrivable cars with a loader.

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