I’m back to provide another valuable public service to our readers. Like earlier today when I revealed that the deceptively accurate 1978 Dodge Magnum Daytona was not a factory original car, I am here to provide you some guidance, advice, and life wisdom that could really come in handy someday. I realize that most of us have friends who own massive pieces of mining equipment and often want to use that equipment to help us perform mundane chores. This video is proof that not all of that help is good help.
Let’s say that your neighbor sees you washing your car and says, “Hey friend! Listen, I have this humongous mining excavator over here with a bucket that’ll hold about 2,000 gallons of water. Let’s say I just fill ‘er up, raise the bucket a few storied above your car and then release an incredible wall of water on your unsuspecting vehicle?” Your response to this video should be a firm, but polite NO. You don’t want or need 20,000lbs of water contacting your car in a hurry from what equates to the top of a small office building. I’m sure that the driver of the vehicle shown in this video thought he was getting a leg up on the weekend’s chores but the fact that his car looks like a Sherman tank drove over it will probably anger his wife greatly. All because he took that “help” from a friend.
Honestly, it is pretty flipping awesome to see the amount of damage the torrent of water causes the hapless wagon. The thing is completely destroyed and this is just some stinking water. Imagine what it would have looked like if the operator had dropped a bucket load of rocks on the car!
PRESS PLAY BELOW TO SEE WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A HUGE EXCAVATOR UNLOADS A BUCKET OF WATER ON AN UNSUSPECTING CAR –