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  1. #41
    Platinum Member Mark Page's Avatar
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    Massey Ferguson 2615 48hp, 4wd, loader

    Default Re: Is this a TBN record?

    One day while our house was being built the truck with trusses shows up. He tries to get up the steep hill that leads to the top field where the house was located snd gets stuck. I happened to be there and tried to help with my MF 35.
    Well that wasn't gonna do squat.
    The truck driver made a call to a friend to come get him out.
    Well from 2 farms over comes this articulated, 8 wheeled, bizillion horsepower JD. They chained it up and the JD pulled him out at a fast idle.
    Very impressive. I've seen the machine working out in the fields and always wondered what you need a tractor like that for.
    Fifty foot bush hog?
    100 foot post hole digger?
    60 bottom plow?
    Pulling mature trees out of the ground?
    10 ft snow storms?
    It must suck the fuel.
    Gear Up and Throttle Down.

    2011 Massey 2615, 7ft Woods Rear Discharge Finish Mower, 6 ft Lucknow Snow Blower, Danuser post hole digger with 12" and 24" augers, 350 lb 3 pt broadcast spreader, 7ft scraper blade, 7 ft. drag harrow, JD GT 275 rider with 38" snow blower attachment.


  2. #42
    Platinum Member Mark Page's Avatar
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    Massey Ferguson 2615 48hp, 4wd, loader

    Default Re: Is this a TBN record?

    One day while our house was being built the truck with trusses shows up. He tries to get up the steep hill that leads to the top field where the house was located and gets stuck. I happened to be there and tried to help with my MF 35.
    Well that wasn't gonna do squat.
    The truck driver made a call to a friend to come get him out.
    Well from 2 farms over comes this articulated, 8 wheeled, bizillion horsepower JD. They chained it up and the JD pulled him out at a fast idle.
    Very impressive. I've seen the machine working out in the fields and always wondered what you need a tractor like that for.
    Fifty foot bush hog?
    100 foot post hole digger?
    60 bottom plow?
    Pulling mature trees out of the ground?
    10 ft snow storms?
    It must suck the fuel.
    Gear Up and Throttle Down.

    2011 Massey 2615, 7ft Woods Rear Discharge Finish Mower, 6 ft Lucknow Snow Blower, Danuser post hole digger with 12" and 24" augers, 350 lb 3 pt broadcast spreader, 7ft scraper blade, 7 ft. drag harrow, JD GT 275 rider with 38" snow blower attachment.


  3. #43
    Platinum Member BigE_'s Avatar
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    Near Portland, Oregon
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    New Holland TC33D, LT4000

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsewill

    I imagine there was a lot of fluid change-outs needed.
    Driver's pants probably needed changing as well.
    New Holland TC33D w/7308 FEL, 6600 BH, 66" boxblade, and pallet forks.
    http://pens.bigelowsite.com

  4. #44
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    Bobcat

    Default Re: Is this a TBN record?

    Quote Originally Posted by Deere Dude View Post
    Russian tractor broken in half ))) - YouTube

    This is not what to do when getting unstuck
    they sounded like they had been sharing a bottle of wodka

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