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Great forklift operator.

He knows how to handle it. Biertijd.com // Media Forklift vs Coin & Bottle

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Re: Great forklift operator.

Nice piece of skill ,
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Your post is 4,444.

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Re: Great forklift operator.

Nest trick, my brother claims he can do that. I thought he was full of crap, but after seeing it, maybe he can.

Ever notice that there's so many high performance parts available for GM products?

Did you ever think that maybe they NEED them?
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If he does, make a video of it.

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He's now on disability and possibly getting a kidney transplant, but if he ever gets his butt in the seat of a fork truck, I'll definitely get video.

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Hope he's doing alright. I lost my younger brother in 1969 from a kidney problem, before they knew what they do now.

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Your post is 4,444.
Never noticed Bert , but 4 is my lucky number . Born on the 4th April ( 4/4) and has been prominent throughout my life in different matters .
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Hope he's doing alright. I lost my younger brother in 1969 from a kidney problem, before they knew what they do now.
He says he's still kickin', just not as high as he used to.

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