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    I saw this or one similar video a while back... truly amazing, and fearless.. but it kinda looks like fun if you know what you're doing!

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    • #3
      hehe crazy, but clever stuff. I mean he sat down one day and thought. '....Mmmmm I know what i will do'. hehe crazy man.
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      • #4
        What keeps that top piece anchored in place?
        I could see how the bottom was held up but that top piece didn't have anything that shows how it was anchored....
        Is it magnetized??
        Sure wish I could have understood what that guy was saying thruout the whole show.

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        • #5
          big cahones

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Catlyn View Post
            What keeps that top piece anchored in place?
            I could see how the bottom was held up but that top piece didn't have anything that shows how it was anchored....
            Is it magnetized??
            Sure wish I could have understood what that guy was saying thruout the whole show.

            The top is bolted to the bottom, you'll see them as they are setting the top. There were also guy wires holding it straight.
            Last edited by Woodbutcher68; 12-22-2011, 10:06 AM.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Woodbutcher68 View Post
              The top is bolted to the bottom, you'll see them as they are setting the top. There were also guy wires holding it straight.
              No, I think I didn't explain well enough which piece I'm talking about.
              I'm wondering about the huge flat piece on the front of the piece of machinery......
              when he pushes it to make connection with the standing tower.......
              what keeps it connected to the standing tower......

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              • #8
                It locks under a lip and slides down into a slot on the bottom. He must have had a whole lot of faith in those engineers to make sure everything held.
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                • #9
                  WOW that scares me

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by wood-n-things View Post
                    It locks under a lip and slides down into a slot on the bottom. He must have had a whole lot of faith in those engineers to make sure everything held.
                    There's also pins that hold the bottom.
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                    • #11
                      Ock Ta Liv A

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                      • #12
                        He wasn't the only one with big cahones, that announcer was standing right under it or at least close enough to it.
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