I bet you lose another front Driveline:flipoff2: Or did you fix that problem for good after the last one? Those things actually skid pretty well, on their built in skids. I've dragged em around with the bobcat on jobs before.
If it's empty and you're on solid ground, you shouldn't have any problem. I do it quite often. Once filled, I find roll-offs to be great anchors for bending stuff! Even better for breakin' stuff.
One word of advice, if you can put something in front of it so it isn't as visible, you'll be better off, my neighbors began complaining as it was being delivered and continued to complain until it was gone-how do they expect me to get rid of the 30,000 pounds of trash without it? That argument finally got the city off my back. Although, from the pics of yesterday, you either don't have any problems with the neighbors, or better yet (like me) you don't care!
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