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    Super Member RickB's Avatar
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    Default Re: where's the big tractors?

    We have too much gun control.
    What we need is more idiot control.

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    Default Re: where's the big tractors?

    This individual has "1" post and it is derogatory. By every definition this guy is a troll. Let it go. Such dimwits never have the capacity to engage in conversation. Their only mission is to 'stir **** up' then they sit back and chuckle at their self proclaimed worthyness to post on a board where normal people are simply exchanging information to educate the overall audience. (Look at the number of lurkers - harmless and very much interested in the discourse taking place.)

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    Default Re: where's the big tractors?

    Quote Originally Posted by retiredmgn View Post
    This individual has "1" post and it is derogatory. By every definition this guy is a troll. Let it go. Such dimwits never have the capacity to engage in conversation. Their only mission is to 'stir **** up' then they sit back and chuckle at their self proclaimed worthyness to post on a board where normal people are simply exchanging information to educate the overall audience. (Look at the number of lurkers - harmless and very much interested in the discourse taking place.)
    This person sounds like a 15 year old with zero seat time ...just stirring up crap. I agree....best to ignore the dimwit

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    Default Re: where's the big tractors?

    Well lets put him to the test. I have from 30hp up to 190 hp. Ask away and lets see if your for real.

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    Default Re: where's the big tractors?

    Sorry-Mine is too big for your sandbox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlsmith View Post
    Well lets put him to the test. I have from 30hp up to 190 hp. Ask away and lets see if your for real.
    Why don't you ask me a question if you think i'm not worthy. btw, i have more seat time thank most hobby "farmers" could dream about. i wasn't trying to be rude with my initial post but i guess you took it that way and i apologize.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtysalty View Post
    Why don't you ask me a question if you think i'm not worthy. btw, i have more seat time thank most hobby "farmers" could dream about. i wasn't trying to be rude with my initial post but i guess you took it that way and i apologize.
    Your initial question came off a little strong. Looks like a little misunderstanding. You've probably guessed by now this is a compact tractor forum. Shall we reboot this whole silly thread and start all over?

    Joe
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtysalty View Post
    Where do you go to talk about tractors that do real work?
    my 45 hp 1955 ford 850 puts out round baled hay for my animals to eat.. i can't pick those up myself.. so i call that 'real work'.

    i also have a 1975 5000 and a 2000 NH 7610s that pull 10' and 15' mowers. I can't pull those by hand either so i call them real work.

    I'm sure someone with a few thousand acers of farm that drives a 400 hp machine wouldn't consider my machines 'real workers' either.. so it's all a matter of perspective.

    what did you have in mind talking about.. because I'd guess you were probably already in the correct place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtysalty View Post
    Where do you go to talk about tractors that do real work?
    I have one! See my signature ... Let's talk

    ("Big" is relative of course. My previous "tractor" was a Craftsman riding mower. So my kubota is huge)

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    Default Re: where's the big tractors?

    Quote Originally Posted by dirtysalty View Post
    Why don't you ask me a question if you think i'm not worthy. btw, i have more seat time thank most hobby "farmers" could dream about. i wasn't trying to be rude with my initial post but i guess you took it that way and i apologize.
    Thats cool, no harm done. What size tractor do you have and what kind of work do you do with it. I do custom baling and mowing, along with all the other chores around the ranch.

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