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    Elite Member sandman2234's Avatar
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    Jacksonville, Florida
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    JD2555 and a few Allis Chalmers

    Default Re: Should I keep these two implements or not??

    Quote Originally Posted by LBrown59 View Post
    *If they are that cheap perhaps I should buy it from him.

    Don't know what he wants for his, IF he decides to sell it, but I only paid $50 for each of my pond scoops, a 24" and a 30". For that kind of money, he should keep his, and don't let it set on the ground outside. At least keep it off the ground and tilted so the rain/snow doesn't rust it out.
    David from jax
    A serious accident is one that money won't fix.

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    Veteran Member kebo's Avatar
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    Lexington, SC
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    2001 John Deere 790 4x4, bar tires

    Default Re: Should I keep these two implements or not??

    Quote Originally Posted by sandman2234 View Post
    Don't know what he wants for his, IF he decides to sell it, but I only paid $50 for each of my pond scoops, a 24" and a 30". For that kind of money, he should keep his, and don't let it set on the ground outside. At least keep it off the ground and tilted so the rain/snow doesn't rust it out.
    David from jax
    THanks for the input guys! I have decided to keep both the boom pole and the scoop pan... for now anyway LOL. Just for the heck of it, here's a pic of my scoop pan:




    I got the pan used for $90, but it was a rust bucket when I got it. Of course, I sanded, primed, and then painted it equipment yellow. It's made by A&B Eagle Line and is a very good well made heavy duty pan. I called A&B in Tennessee and they said new it retails for over $400 bucks! I got the boom pole for $35 at an old Ford tractor repair place that went out of business here about 10 years ago. It's faded red but I'm gonna paint it JD Green sometime this Spring. Again, thanks for your comments. You all have given me some new ideas on different ways to use them!
    Nothing could be finer than riding my JD790 in South Carolina!!

    2001 John Deere 790 4x4 with Model 70 FEL, 5ft International World Agritech bush hog, 5ft Wallberg BB, 5ft Frontier disc harrow, 5ft King Kutter II Rototiller, 5ft Cultipacker, 5ft Sitrex finish mower, Leinbach PHD with 9" & 12" augers, Leinbach middlebuster, Leinbach #11 Field Cultivator, boom pole, custom 3pt handi-hitch, clamp on bucket forks, Pat's Easy Change.

    Nothing runs like a Deere, or smells like a John....

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