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Forum: Technical arena
Discussion:  I think I met Mongo today
Number of messages: 4

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mrfixit
New York, United States
Service call comes in, "my truck won't steer". I go check it out. A Clark C500-30 and the center bellcrank pin is snapped off. I jack it up, block it, and unbolt the steer axle. Pull and slide it out the side. Since the pin is welded on that type axle, I will have to take it to the shop to replace it. I ask one of the workers if they could help me get it in my truck. A minute later this "Mongo" shows up. It is 100 feet to my truck and suggest to Mongo that we both pick it up and put it on a pallet jack, wheel it to my truck, and we both lift it in. He says "I don't think we need to do that". Next thing I see is this one big hand, with a glove on, reach down and pick it up. I get out of his way and he carries it, one handed, to my truck, stops, swings it up, and plops it in my truck. OK, thank you.  

Posted 8 Jul 2010 12:31 AM Reply  Report this message
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toyzilla
Texas, United States
i think i met that guy, he was one handing engine blocks and other big scrap parts that i couldnt lift two handed. i asked him if he liked horses....no answer

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Posted 8 Jul 2010 12:45 AM Reply  Report this message
roadtech
Ohio, United States

You guys remember one of the lines in the first "Muppets Movie" when "Jack" walks over and picks up Fozzy's car.

Kermit say's "Thank's Jack".

and the muppet replied "Jack not name, Jack job".

Posted 11 Jul 2010 12:08 AM Reply  Report this message
rick_c
Texas, United States

damn we're old

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Posted 11 Jul 2010 01:10 PM Reply  Report this message

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