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    Gold Member TrippleT's Avatar
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    Default Balance your tractor

    If by chance you lose a wheel here is what you can do to get home.
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    Default Re: Balance your tractor

    That's cute, but it's about the fourth time it's been posted here on TBN
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    Default Re: Balance your tractor

    yeah but she gets better looking every time

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    No right turns for him
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    Default Re: Balance your tractor

    Quote Originally Posted by MrJimi
    No right turns for him
    He could if he added a ROPS with a hiking trapeze. On second thought (after a "visual" ) maybe not without adding some front end weights . Jay

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    Now THAT'S a tool box addition I hadn't thought of!!
    Joy is having the tools you need and needing the tools you have!

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    Default Re: Balance your tractor

    Humina, humina...... thats alotta woman !

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    be nice thats my mother your talking about
    northeast ma

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    LOL. Very funny picture. However, I don't think she is the reason the front of the trator is not on the ground. Think 3PT rotary cutter, plow, disc, etc. She doesn't weigh that much and they won't hold the front of that tractor off of the ground. I bet they wedged something between the axle and the stop on the frame on the right side to keep the axle from turning. Good one, though.

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    You might be a redneck if.................
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