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Unloading a concrete pipe FAIL

When it comes to moving things, especially large items like this concrete pipe, ...

When it comes to moving things, especially large items like this concrete pipe, there’s definitely a way to get it done efficiently. It’s not just something that you’re going to want to hop into and try to do is quickly as you can because, if an amateur tries out something like this, there’s a good chance that a good amount of damage will be done and it will end up costing you a lot more than it would have to just pay somebody professionally to do it in the first place. It can definitely be easy to slip up and do some damage so it’s probably a good idea to know what you’re doing.

This time, we check out a complete unloading fail that has a couple of guys trying to unload the piece of concrete pipe. Straight from the get-go here, if you’re anybody who has ever moved anything, you can tell that what these guys are trying out definitely isn’t going to work. It’s really a head-scratcher that leaves you wondering exactly what they were thinking because there’s definitely no merit behind this idea. Right from the get-go, it’s quite clear that the concrete pipe is either going to roll its way all the way down this hill or end up shattering into a million pieces.

Follow along down in the video below as this moving attempt goes incredibly wrong. After checking this one out for yourself, be sure to tell us what you think of this not so valiant effort that ends in disaster. Maybe next time these guys will try another way to get their subject moved efficiently without breaking it or maybe they will just hire somebody else to get this job done. If these guys are the hired help then we would probably recommend to the person who hired them to do a little bit of research next time before just handing out their money.





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