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I'm not sure why you are yelling (the all capital letters indicates you are upset or angry), but glad you are alright.

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I must be the only one that appreciates all caps. My eyes aren't what they used to be even with glasses. Glad you are ok though. Could have been a whole lot worse.

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Glad you are OK -- And is your seat switch functioning, this is the kind of thing that it is designed for!

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Glad you survived  uninjured. Wheel Horse running, blades spinning, upside down against an LP tank with you stuck under it!!!

 

Sounds like something Steven King would write a book about.  Would be called The Last Explosion.  :confusion-seeingstars:

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Sounds like you're living proof...

of Devine Intervention.    :blink:

Glad you lived to tell the tale. 

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Truth be known, a few of us have had garden tractors on top of us. Mine was a partial loss of traction going up a steep grade, when it caught traction it flipped over backward on top of me. This was a light weight MTD so I was able to crawl out quickly, Had it been a :wh: I might not have gotten off so well. Lesson learned, don't accelerate and pop the clutch when you loose traction going up hill! @TIMOTHY McCLELLAN. What did you attribute your accident to?

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Glad to see your ok :confusion-seeingstars:! I'll have to make sure the boy still has all the safeties hooked up on my equipment . Believe me , I know. It's just that one moment of time , and you have no idea when it's going to happen to you :shhh: . Try to keep it safe out there.

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2 hours ago, dcrage said:

Glad you are OK -- And is your seat switch functioning, this is the kind of thing that it is designed for!

 

My thoughts exactly...Better check them out - that's what the switches are for...

 

Very glad you are OK!

 

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It's happen to some of us. I backed in to a fence post and my 312-8 climbed it. I only had time to jump off didn't have time to stop it from turning over.

But I did get pictures. Scratched the paint on the fender a bent the seat a little. Had to remove the grader blade but the C-120 didn't have enough traction to turn it back over. Had to get the Ford Explorer to turn it back over.

 

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