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Old 04-28-2014, 12:40 PM   #21
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That's a woman?
Yeah that's a work horse, not a show horse!

Isn't this thread about getting work DONE?
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Old 04-28-2014, 01:21 PM   #22
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2 wheels? Sounds gay.
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2-wheel unless you will use it frequently enough too develop and maintain the muscle strength required to move it while loaded and not top it over.
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2-wheel unless you will use it frequently enough too develop and maintain the muscle strength required to move it while loaded and not top it over.


One wheel is better as you can walk it up a plank, not planks, you can turn it on a tighter corner and it is easier to spread material.

You want a high sided steel tub with a pouring spout type nose on it, square tubing handles and a pneumatic tyre.
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i prefer the kubota 4 wheel kind with bucket of course
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I was going to make a joke about a sex position called "the wheel barrow" and how having two "wheels" would involve having two partners, which although it sounds fun, would be somewhat difficult to accomplish.

But I won't.

Instead. I offer this gem.
http://youtu.be/9uP15510sNU

Not sure if that is working right or if I am getting blocked, so here is the link.
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Yeah I was looking at the American home depot website. You guys pay a lot less than we do here. Even if I went across the border and they made me pay duty upon return it would still be cheaper. Wife keeps bugging me to goto the sates anyways.
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Get your woman a 3 wheel barrow so she can get the work done and take your calls at the same time!

what? make you a sandwich? ok, let me dump this mulch and i'll be right up
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what? make you a sandwich? ok, let me dump this mulch and i'll be right up
My wife would make the sandwich and then put it through a wood chipper.
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what? make you a sandwich? ok, let me dump this mulch and i'll be right up
Helllllz yeeeeah boyeeee!

That's the life, couldn't get any better. Oh wait.. YEAH IT COULD!!

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That's the life, couldn't get any better. Oh wait.. YEAH IT COULD!!

mmmmmmm mom jeans
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The older I get, the better that looks...
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The older I get, the better that looks...
I better start saving these sexy pictures in a folder for when I'm old like you.







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That's a woman?
So when one of us says "I'm good with the ladies ", it's very subjective isn't it?
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