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    New Member Mgrubb47122's Avatar
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    I have visited this forum for years but I guess I haven't been looged in for a while. Anyway, my old handle was available again. I started a new website and followed a post back to it today, so here I am as a new member again. I'm a tractor nut and I've been tinkering with ways to attach homemade wheel weights to my collection of garden tractors for several years and thought it was time to share my discoveries with the enthusiast community. (I have kind-of a Old Garden Tractor Rescue League.) These little tractors can do a lot with the proper footing - and they're fun to play with in the dirt and snow too! It's the closest I can get now to my childhood growing up with the "big" farm tractors - Allis D-21s, the Deeres a 3010,4020,and a pair of 4430s, a pair of 5000 Fords, and a big 8000 that would send a red-hot glow out the exaust stack pulling 5-18's down the field on a cool Fall night. Seemed like we were always behind and I loved driving at night with all the lights on. I feel a little sad for kids today that have to settle for video games. Driving those tractors as a kid was like Captain Kirk flying the Enterprise for me. I grew up with the real thing! Am I the only one??? LOL!

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    Super Member mguitas's Avatar
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    Massey 1423, 1462 loader, wallenstein Ranch ho gx620, with subframe mount. Deere 710c

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    Gold Member imgone52's Avatar
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    to TBN. Night time in the field seems like a whole different world. I miss those evenings
    CCY SC2400, FEL, MMM, WB, Chore tote, Broadcast Spreader

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    Great background story. Welcome back to TBN

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    New Member Mgrubb47122's Avatar
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    John Deere 3010, Ford 1910, Cub Loboy 154, 184

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    Hey, Fellas - Bein' as it's Valentines Day an' all - She followed me home. Can I keep her?
    Good to be back!-2012-09-16-13-40-a
    Happy Valentine's Day Sweetheart! Love ya - even if ya weren't ridin' a good-lookin' (wheel)Horse!

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    Epic Contributor murphy1244's Avatar
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    Murph

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    Welcome back.
    The PUPIL who does not surpass his Master, fails his Master.

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