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    Yesterday, 07:48 PM
    MitchellB replied to a thread New owner here in Husqvarna
    I recently got the sister to yours (a YTA24V48) and it does not like wet grass either. She would power thru the tall areas, but I had to slow her...
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    08-13-2016, 08:19 AM
    MitchellB replied to a thread TODAY'S GUN TIME in Rural Living
    I found a deal on a used Glock 29sf with Trijicon night sights installed, an extra 4.5" Lone Wolf barrel and 2 magazine w/Pearse finger extensions on...
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    08-11-2016, 07:25 PM
    MitchellB replied to a thread SCCY CPX-2 in Rural Living
    I bought a new SCCY CPX2 back in 2012. I polished the feed ramp, cleaned & oiled it before I ever fired it and it has been 100% ever since. The...
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    08-06-2016, 02:07 PM
    I had cut the biggest part if our lots 2 weeks ago (about 2-3 acres) with my tractor with the 5' finish mower behind it, but I could not get up too...
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    07-28-2016, 11:24 AM
    I only have 3.2 hours on the meter and only had the mower in my possession 27 days when all this happened. This was only the 3rd time I cranked the...
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My first summer jobs were landscaping, yard maintenance and mowing when I was 9 years old. The first things I ever drove were lawn & garden tractors and later a Farmall offset tractor. Many years later, like many people, I still have yards to maintain. I find my riding mower and Ford tractors to be almost indispensable. While I had rather be picking music, fishing, hunting or playing with my ham radio gear, the equipment/tools I have acquired over the years helps to speed up the DIY projects and reduce the costs of maintenance so I can have more time to spend doing the other hobbies I enjoy. However, having tools also help the wife to dream up new projects that without the proper tools, I would never have had to done to start with. So having the right tools can be a double edged sword.
Location (City, State):
Greensboro, NC
I also enjoy picking music, DIY projects, computers, ham radio, motorcycles, fishing and shooting
retired Mechanic & welder
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What Make/Model of Tractor Do You Own?:
1958 861D Ford Powermaster Diesel & 2016 Husqvarna YTA24V48
graded blade, box blade, scoop bucket w/digger teeth, fork lift arms, boom pole, swinging draw bar, 3 pt. drawbar, front bumper trailler ball, log sissor lift log clamp, finish mower, Type O to type 1 adapter hitch w/small tine cultivator attached
546 hrs. 861D & 0 on YTA24V48
Lot Size:
2 1/2 acres (3 joining lots) + 1 acre lot
Type of Member:
Homeowner (1-10 acres)


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